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Sun, 19 Feb 2012 11:31:35 -0800
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are scheduled to interview former St. Louis Rams offensive line coach Steve Loney for their assistant offensive line coaching position.
Thu, 19 Jan 2012 10:39:40 -0800
The Chicago Bears are considering five or six candidates for their vacant offensive line coaching position but it will be a while until the team makes a hire. The candidates include University of Pittsburgh offensive coordinator Bob Bostad and former St. Louis Rams offensive line coach Steve Loney.
Thu, 17 Jan 2008 18:40:26 -0800
Adam Caplan, of Scout.com, reports the St. Louis Rams have hired Drake University head coach Steve Loney to be their next offensive line coach. Loney agreed to a two-year contract.
Thu, 10 Jan 2008 10:22:33 -0800
Jim Thomas, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reports Drake head coach Steve Loney may be a candidate for the St. Louis Rams offensive line coaching job.
Wed, 24 Jan 2007 08:53:46 -0800
Kent Somers, of the Arizona Republic, reports the Arizona Cardinals have released offensive line coach Steve Loney from his contract.
Fri, 20 Jan 2006 17:55:53 -0800
Jim Thomas, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reports the St. Louis Rams were denied permission from the Arizona Cardinals to interview offensive line coach Steve Loney, who was offensive coordinator-offensive line coach for the Minnesota Vikings last season.
Fri, 06 Jan 2006 10:58:40 -0800
The Arizona Cardinals have announced the team has hired Steve Loney as their offensive line coach. Loney spent the last four seasons with the Minnesota Vikings - three years as the offensive line coach and one year as the offensive coordinator.
Thu, 05 Jan 2006 06:56:12 -0800
The Pioneer Press reports Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Steve Loney flew to Arizona Wednesday night, Jan. 4, and will interview with the Arizona Cardinals Thursday, Jan. 5, for the vacant position of offensive line coach. Arizona has some appeal for Loney, who owns a home in Gilbert and whose son lives in Phoenix.
Wed, 04 Jan 2006 17:02:50 -0800
The Pioneer Press reports Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Steve Loney is expected to be a candidate for the Arizona Cardinals' vacant offensive line position.
Wed, 21 Sep 2005 21:06:00 -0700
Kevin Seifert, of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, reports Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Tice might relay the calls to QB Daunte Culpepper for the Week 3 game against the New Orleans Saints. When the Vikings offense struggled in 2002, Tice sent the offensive coordinator to the coach's booth and relayed the plays to Culpepper himself, giving him an opportunity to change plays he didn't like. Tice may place offensive coordinator Steve Loney in the coach's booth, quarterbacks coach Rich Olson would move to the sideline, and Loney would continue to call the offensive plays. Tice did acknowledge a change in their system for Week 3, but would not give specifics. "I think they'll be evident when the game starts," Tice said. "But they'll be very subtle."
Tue, 20 Sep 2005 14:45:54 -0700
Sean Jensen, of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, reports Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Steve Loney said he would understand if he was stripped of the play-calling duties soon. "So if it does, it does," Loney said of a role change. "If it takes me picking tape up off the locker room floor — if that'll help us win — I'll be happy to do that too. When you only have one touchdown in two games, you obviously have some things to fix." Head coach Mike Tice stressed that changes will be made in the near future to get the club going in the right direction. "We will address some things," Tice said. "I am sure that there will be some tweaks. How many and how much, time will tell over the next two days in what direction we go." It is a possibility Tice will assume the play-calling duties of the offense in place of Loney.
Mon, 19 Sep 2005 03:01:56 -0700
Sean Jensen, of the Pioneer Press, reports Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Tice became more involved in the play calling late during Week 2. Offensive coordinator Steve Loney said the team needs to go back to the drawing board and get players open quicker to get some rhythm.
Tue, 16 Aug 2005 21:55:40 -0700
Judd Zulgad, of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, reports Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Steve Loney believes depth at running back will be one of the team's strengths this season. "I'm sure there is a point where you can have too many (running backs), but we really haven't been there yet," Loney said. "Where you get at the end of the year and you say, 'Holy cow, we've kept this guy around and he really hasn't contributed' - that hasn't been the case. Every year I always hear about our running back depth, but at the end of the year we've always said, 'Hey, we're glad we had that many.' I don't see this as being any different."
Wed, 27 Jul 2005 22:41:57 -0700
Dan Seeholzer, of the Pioneer Press, reports despite the trade of WR Randy Moss to the Oakland Raiders and first-year offensive coordinator Steve Loney now running the offense, the Minnesota Vikings aren't expected to change their style of play too much. "To the casual observer, I don't think they're going to see any big differences in the structure of the offense," Loney said. "This offensive system's been in place for some time, so we'll continue to build on what we've done in the past, and any tweaks aren't going to be major." Loney, the team's offensive line coach since 2002, did make one subtle change during the offseason, emphasizing route running and getting to spots as part of a more regimented passing game. Head coach Mike Tice may also be more involved in play calling this season.
Fri, 21 Jan 2005 19:31:05 -0800
Updating previous reports, new Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Steve Loney will continue to serve as the team's offensive line coach as well, according to Vikings.com.
Thu, 20 Jan 2005 12:45:31 -0800
ESPNews reports the Minnesota Vikings have promoted offensive line coach Steve Loney to offensive coordinator.