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Thu, 17 Jan 2013 07:59:58 -0800
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly may have changed his mind about coaching at the pro level after watching Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson and San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick perform in the divisional round playoffs last weekend, according to former NFL head coach Tony Dungy. "Could it be that Chip Kelly watched the playoffs and watched Russell Wilson run a little bit of his read option in the spread offense, and watched Colin Kaepernick run a little bit more of it?" Dungy said. Dungy added he believes Kelly watched the playoffs thinking, "My offense is way farther advanced than that, and maybe if this is going through the NFL, it might not be so tough."
Sat, 03 Mar 2012 05:57:21 -0800
Former NFL head coach Tony Dungy said the Tennessee Titans at one time at a bounty out for Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning. "I know they had them in Tennessee," Dungy said via text. Former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams also had a bounty on Manning in Super Bowl XLIV.
Sat, 22 Oct 2011 07:03:12 -0700
Former Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy said during a radio interview the team should select Stanford QB Andrew Luck in the NFL Draft if they have the opportunity. At that point, Dungy added, the team could even look at trading QB Peyton Manning. "I would see him competing and playing as long as he wanted," Dungy said of Manning. "If it gets to the point to where, hey, he comes back and it looks like he's gonna play three or four more years, and you say - we've got Andrew Luck, we've got an asset - we trade him (indicating Manning)."
Mon, 13 Jun 2011 08:35:19 -0700
Free-agent WR Plaxico Burress (Giants) will work with the National Urban League and Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence after spending nearly two years in prison on a weapon possession charge. Burress said Monday, June 13, he would be mentored by Magic Johnson and Tony Dungy through the Brady Center. He'll volunteer with Urban League youth programs and recruit other pro athletes. Burress said he has "an opportunity to make a difference."
Tue, 23 Nov 2010 07:08:26 -0800
Former NFL head coach Tony Dungy said he is not interested in becoming a general manager of the Minnesota Vikings, according to Judd Zulgad and Chip Scoggins, of the Minneapolis Star Tribune. The firing of head coach Brad Childress brought speculation about whether Vikings owner Zygi Wilf will reconfigure the front office and bring in a football boss to run the operation and have final say on decisions. Dungy, who served as the Vikings defensive coordinator before becoming a head coach, said he has strong ties to the area and is close friends with interim head coach Leslie Frazier.
Sat, 13 Nov 2010 09:37:52 -0800
Former NFL head coach Tony Dungy said during a radio interview that he expects the Dallas Cowboys to call him about their head coaching position but said he is not interested in the job, reports The Dallas Morning News.
Fri, 15 Jan 2010 08:35:26 -0800
Mike Chappell and Phil Richards, of The Indianapolis Star, report the Indianapolis Colts will not file tampering charges against the Seattle Seahawks for going after former Colts head coach Tony Dungy to be their team president. Dungy is still under contract with the Colts even though he retired last season.
Thu, 14 Jan 2010 11:07:33 -0800
Jason La Canfora, of NFL.com, reports the Seattle Seahawks' contact with former head coach Tony Dungy about their team president position violated NFL rules, according to sources. Technically, Dungy still has a valid contract with the Indianapolis Colts, which does not expire until March. The Seahawks were apparently unaware of the contract and figured they could contact Dungy directly.
Mon, 11 Jan 2010 17:45:23 -0800
Chris Mortensen, of ESPN.com, reports the Seattle Seahawks reached out to former NFL head coach Tony Dungy to become their team president. Fritz Pollard Alliance chairman John Wooten said Dungy turned down the opportunity. Wooten said, "They called Tony about three weeks ago to see if he would seriously consider becoming their president. He told them he wanted to pray and sleep on it but the next day he called them back and said he wanted to stick with everything he was doing now. He would have been the guy, I believe, if he had wanted to do it."
Tue, 13 Oct 2009 09:54:45 -0700
ESPN.com reports former NFL head coach Tony Dungy said Tuesday, Oct. 13, he is not currently interested in taking on a front-office role. "No, probably not," Dungy told ESPN's Chris Mortensen. "I mean, you never say never but I had a great job in football (that I left) to pursue my mission right now. That's my focus. There was a reason I stepped down from my job with the Colts. And I had an opportunity to stay on board there in a front-office capacity." The Tampa Bay Buccaneers reportedly have shown interest in adding Dungy to their organization. "My answer is I don't know anything about it," Dungy said. "I have absolutely not been contacted by the Bucs, formally or informally in the organization."
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