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Thu, 01 Dec 2011 08:18:04 -0800
When the Indianapolis Colts decided to fire defensive coordinator Larry Coyer this week, it marked a significant moment in the history of the franchise during the tenure of vice president Bill Polian. It was the first time in the Polian era (1998 to present) that a coach was let go during the season.
Tue, 29 Nov 2011 09:48:46 -0800
The Indianapolis Colts have replaced defensive coordinator Larry Coyer with linebackers coach Mike Murphy. "The move was made to improve communication and production," head coach Jim Caldwell said in a press release. "We feel this is the most effective and realistic way to move forward and win games this season. We appreciate all of the effort and hard work Larry Coyer put forth in his three years with the Colts."
Sun, 04 May 2008 12:22:52 -0700
Scott Reynolds, of PewterReport.com, reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers assistant head coach and defensive line coach Larry Coyer will no longer work with the defensive line. He will focus on being the team's assistant head coach, where he will analyze the team's offense and defense.
Thu, 18 Jan 2007 18:02:57 -0800
The Associated Press reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers named Larry Coyer as an assistant head coach. Coyer will also serve as the team's defensive line coach.
Tue, 09 Jan 2007 09:30:18 -0800
The Denver Broncos announced Tuesday, Jan. 9, defensive coordinator Larry Coyer has been relieved of his duties.
Wed, 16 Aug 2006 00:14:55 -0700
Dave Krieger, of the Rocky Mountain News, reports Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Larry Coyer believes tackling was the No. 1 problem in the team's preseason game Friday, Aug. 11. The Detroit Lions averaged 4.9 yards per carry against the Broncos. Coyer said, "Toughness, tackling. And it's not what we stand for. I don't care what the game situation is. We're going to tackle, we're going to be tough and we're going to play together. If we lose that, we don't have anything. So to me it's urgent. You've got to tackle. If you look at all the great teams that have been to Super Bowls with defenses, they don't miss tackles. Whether it be Tampa Bay, Baltimore or these great teams, you miss tackles, they kill you. And I think that's what we have to realize."
Tue, 15 Aug 2006 07:41:22 -0700
Dave Krieger, of the Rocky Mountain News, reports Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Larry Coyer was disappointed with the effort turned in by his defense in the team's preseason opener, particularly in the tackling department. "To me, the number one downside in that game was tackling," Coyer said. "Toughness, tackling. And it's not what we stand for. I don't care what the game situation is. We're going to tackle, we're going to be tough and we're going to play together. If we lose that, we don't have anything. So to me it's urgent. You've got to tackle."
Mon, 22 Aug 2005 20:43:24 -0700
Andrew Mason, of DenverBroncos.com, reports Denver Broncos' players and coaches believe the team's defense could be headed for another solid campaign in 2005. "I think this is the best preparation we've had since I've been here as far as being able to adjust to anything that an offense does," LB Al Wilson said. "It's definitely been a productive camp for us." Defensive coordinator Larry Coyer concurred. "I think that we can adjust better than we ever could to different things," Coyer said. "I think that we're more capable of moving on the run than we've ever been, and that's a real positive."
Wed, 06 Jul 2005 20:39:24 -0700
Andrew Mason, of DenverBroncos.com, reports Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Larry Coyer believes the additions of veteran DLs Courtney Brown, Ebenezer Ekuban, Gerard Warren and Michael Myers gives the entire defensive line much greater flexibility this season. "They're big, skilled guys that are going to help us," Coyer said. "It just comes down to us developing that situation into a rotation, which we think is the key to defensive-line play, being able to rotate guys and keep us healthy. It's going to be really competitive."
Mon, 28 Mar 2005 19:58:08 -0800
Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Larry Coyer says the Broncos will attempt to utilize some aspects of the 3-4 defense next season, but he added the alignment will not become the team's base defense, reports Andrew Mason of DenverBroncos.com. "Does [the 3-4] have value, yes. How does it fit our scheme? We're not quite sure yet," Coyer said. "Does it have a place here? Yes. A major place? No, but a place, yes. It will be a small part of what we're trying to do."
Sat, 19 Jul 2003 10:15:06 -0700
Patrick Saunders, of the Denver Post, reports for the Sporting News that Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Larry Coyer has two goals for the team's defense this season. He wants to the team to improve their tackling and solidify their red-zone defense.
Mon, 20 Jan 2003 12:19:06 -0800
The Denver Broncos have announced they have promoted Larry Coyer to the position of defensive coordinator. He has coached the team’s linebackers for the past three seasons. “Larry has coached the secondary, the linebackers and the defensive line, and also spent 16 years as a defensive coordinator,” said Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan. “His ability to relate to the players and coaches has been very impressive since he’s been here.”
Sat, 28 Jul 2001 06:07:31 -0700
The Rocky Mountain News reports the Denver Broncos used LB Ian Gold as the starting linebacker in their nickel packages and not Bill Romanowski. "We just feel like we have to get Ian on the field," linebackers coach Larry Coyer said of Gold. Gold was moved from weak-side linebacker to the strong side this spring. Asked if Gold could push Romanowski for the starting job in the base defense, Coyer said, "That's what we hope. You hope it's very competitive. Romo is a heckuva player, but you've got to look to the future. We think Ian is the future."