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Sat, 29 Dec 2012 05:36:48 -0800
Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick said some of his struggles recently are tied to the team's offensive line coach switch from Juan Castillo to Howard Mudd. "Because Howard and Juan are two totally different personalities and two totally different schemes," Vick said. "And they like their own caliber of players. It was different. But we lost Juan to the defense, so I had to go with what I had to go with." Vick added the personnel scheme negatively affected his play. "Obviously, yeah. Just being honest and candid about the situation," Vick said. "Things changed dramatically. It is what it is ... We all kind of gradually worked our way into it until we got comfortable. I had to learn new protection schemes, verbiage. And we shuffled around a lot of players. So everybody had to start all over."
Fri, 30 Nov 2012 10:52:33 -0800
Philadelphia Eagles offensive line coach Howard Mudd said he will retire at the end of the season.
Sat, 07 Jan 2012 09:27:58 -0800
Philadelphia Eagles players and coaches expect offensive line coach Howard Mudd is expected to return to the team for another season. Mudd has expressed his interest in returning to the team.
Wed, 02 Feb 2011 13:57:37 -0800
The Philadelphia Eagles have hired former Indianapolis Colts assistant coach Howard Mudd as their new offensive line coach, a source told Jeff McLane, of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Wed, 03 Feb 2010 14:59:25 -0800
Phil Richards, of The Indianapolis Star, reports Indianapolis Colts offensive line coach Howard Mudd is expected to retire after Super Bowl XLIV.
Fri, 07 Aug 2009 08:47:05 -0700
CBSSports.com reports Indianapolis Colts offensive line coach Howard Mudd says 2009 will be his last season.
Fri, 31 Jul 2009 18:03:07 -0700
John Oehser, of Colts.com, reports the Indianapolis Colts have given Tom Moore the title senior offensive coordinator and Howard Mudd the title senior offensive line coach. Head coach Jim Caldwell said, "They'll be doing the same thing they've been doing. The 'senior' tag is added because of the fact it gives a little latitude in case they want to delegate a few responsibilities, which had been going on anyway throughout the years."
Mon, 08 Jun 2009 06:16:00 -0700
ESPN.com reports Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay said Saturday, June 6, that former coaches Tom Moore and Howard Mudd will begin their roles as team consultants Aug. 1, according to the Indianapolis Star. While Moore, the former offensive coordinator, and Mudd, the former offensive line coach, won't work under those titles any more, Irsay said they will perform similar duties. "They're coming back," Irsay said. "They're coming back as consultants and they're going to be involved big time. Jim Caldwell will determine what that will be."
Tue, 26 May 2009 15:50:03 -0700
Updating a previous report, ESPN.com reports Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell said the team is still negotiating with former assistant coaches Tom Moore and Howard Mudd about returning to the team as consultants. Larry Kennan, executive director of the NFL Coaches Association, said that Moore and Mudd can return to the Colts as consultants but are not eligible to go back into the pension plan for six months.
Tue, 26 May 2009 09:26:02 -0700
The Associated Press reports Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning said Tuesday, May 26, that he would like to know more on the team's recent coaching changes. Manning acknowledged that the team is moving forward without longtime offensive coordinator Tom Moore and offensive line coach Howard Mudd but added the Colts could have done a better job clarifying their situation.
Wed, 20 May 2009 10:56:04 -0700
Clark Judge, of CBSSports.com, reports Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay said former offensive coordinator Tom Moore and offensive line coach Howard Mudd will remain with the team as consultants.
Sat, 16 May 2009 05:44:17 -0700
Mike Chappell, of the Indianapolis Star, reports although former Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore and former offensive line coach Howard Mudd are no longer part of the team's official coaching staff, either or both could possibly return as consultants by the start of training camp, pending pension guidelines.
Thu, 14 May 2009 14:40:56 -0700
Mike Chappell, of The Indianapolis Star, reports Indianapolis Colts offensive line coach Howard Mudd has filed his retirement papers, according to owner Jim Irsay.
Thu, 14 May 2009 09:07:09 -0700
Updating previous reports, Mike Chappell, of The Indianapolis Star, reports Indianapolis Colts offensive line coach Howard Mudd's formal retirement could come as soon as Thursday, May 14.
Wed, 06 May 2009 05:56:22 -0700
Chris Mortensen, of ESPN.com, reports Indianapolis Colts offensive line coach Howard Mudd has informed the team he is planning to retire immediately because of the pension-plan changes for non-playing personnel, according to team and league sources. "It's a dilemma we're trying to work through," said Bill Polian, the team's president and general manager. "I don't think Howard has turned in his (retirement) papers yet but it's a difficult situation and a very personal choice for Howard." Assistant offensive line coach Pete Metzelaars is expected to assume Mudd's duties.
Wed, 16 Aug 2006 01:12:46 -0700
Mike Prisuta, of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, reports Indianapolis Colts offensive line coach Howard Mudd made comments in The Indianapolis Star about the Pittsburgh Steelers seven months after they won the AFC divisional playoff game. Mudd said, "I'm very respectful of the Pittsburgh Steelers. They won. They are the champions, and I respect them. But the Pittsburgh Steelers did not beat the Colts. The Colts beat the Colts. Let's go play again. Right now." Mudd blamed his offensive line for the loss and added, "We stunk the joint up. We were awful. I cannot explain it. It defies reason. You can take three years' worth of bad games and put them together and that's about what we performed like, except we did it all in one game." Steelers linebacker Larry Foote responded by saying, "He said we didn't beat them? What happened on the defensive side of the ball, when our offense was driving up and down the field on them? He didn't say anything about the interception we had (by strong safety Troy Polamalu) that the referees called back? Tell him they were outcoached."
Sun, 21 May 2006 14:10:37 -0700
Mark Gaughan, of the Buffalo News, reports Indianapolis Colts offensive line coach Howard Mudd was one of two assistant coaches invited to address the league's powerful competition committee about the state of holding calls in football.