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Tue, 20 Jan 2015 14:17:40 -0800
San Francisco 49ers quarterbacks coach Geep Chryst, Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase, Detroit Lions quarterbacks coach Jim Bob Cooter and former Kansas Jayhawks head coach Charlie Weis are all being considered for the Chicago Bears vacant offensive coordinator position. The Bears have already been denied permission by the Lions to interview Cooter, however.
Thu, 08 Jan 2015 08:09:30 -0800
Former Kansas head coach Charlie Weis could be a candidate for the Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator position.
Mon, 16 Jul 2012 08:47:01 -0700
NCAA head coach Charlie Weis, who coached Kansas City Chiefs QB Brady Quinn at Notre Dame, said he still believes Quinn can become a starting quarterback in the NFL. "Brady could have been a starting quarterback for me in the NFL," Weis said. "Go back and look at those numbers for the two years he played for me. He was great. He wasn't good. And I know if I had him as a quarterback, I would have felt very comfortable that I could have won no matter where we were."
Tue, 11 Jan 2011 07:55:17 -0800
Kansas City Chiefs parting offensive coordinator Charlie Weis called all of the team's plays during their playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens, according to a team source, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter. A previous report suggested head coach Todd Haley stripped Weis of playcalling duties at halftime of the loss. However, a Chiefs source insisted that Haley did not take over playcalling duties from Weis and that Weis called every play in the game. Weis and Haley got along for most of the season, but lately their relationship had deteriorated to the point where it would have been difficult for each to work with the other for another season. Weis recently accepted a job to become offensive coordinator at Florida.
Mon, 03 Jan 2011 09:29:56 -0800
Updating a previous report, Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Charlie Weis will leave the team in order to accept the offensive coordinator job at the University of Florida, reports ESPN.com. Weis will remain with the Chiefs until the playoffs are over.
Fri, 31 Dec 2010 11:43:46 -0800
Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Charlie Weis is receiving interest from the University of Florida to be their next offensive coordinator and Weis is expected to take the job, sources told ESPN's Chris Mortensen.
Tue, 28 Sep 2010 08:41:13 -0700
Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Charlie Weis underwent surgery Monday, Sept. 27, to remove an infected gall bladder, reports ESPN's Chris Mortensen, according to Weis' agent. Weis and the Chiefs had no other specific comment, but Weis is scheduled be discharged from the hospital Tuesday, Sept. 28, and will resume his coaching duties in the near future.
Tue, 27 Jul 2010 14:10:42 -0700
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley said offensive coordinator Charlie Weis will be the team's primary play caller, reports Kent Babb, of The Kansas City Star. While Weis will call most of the plays, Haley won't be far away from him and noted the two will work together.
Fri, 08 Jan 2010 09:09:42 -0800
Updating a previous report, Adam Schefter, of ESPN, reports the Kansas City Chiefs have officially named former Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis as their offensive coordinator.
Wed, 06 Jan 2010 15:31:39 -0800
Chris Mortensen, of ESPN, reports the Kansas City Chiefs will name former Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis as their new offensive coordinator, according to sources.
Wed, 06 Jan 2010 07:07:25 -0800
Jim Trotter, of SI.com, reports former NCAA head coach Charlie Weis could join the Kansas City Chiefs coaching staff, according to a league source. Weis has spoken with the Chiefs multiple times since being fired from Notre Dame Nov. 30. He also has relationships with a number of people in the organization, including general manager Scott Pioli, whom he worked with in New England, and head coach Todd Haley.
Tue, 05 Jan 2010 11:19:41 -0800
Jason La Canfora, of NFL.com, reports the Chicago Bears are expected to consider former offensive coordinator Charlie Weis and former St. Louis Rams head coach Mike Martz for their offensive coordinator position.
Mon, 28 Dec 2009 06:27:46 -0800
John Murphy, of WIVB Buffalo, reports the Buffalo Bills have contacted Charlie Weis to see if he is interested in the team's head coaching vacancy, according to sources. Weis, according to the sources, is interested in the job. So far, it's not believed that the two sides have had a formal discussion about the Bills coaching job.
Mon, 07 Dec 2009 07:43:33 -0800
Neil Hayes, of the Chicago Sun-Times, reports a source close to former NCAA head coach Charlie Weis confirmed that Weis would be interested in the Chicago Bears' offensive coordinator position if it were to become available after this season.
Sat, 05 Dec 2009 15:46:17 -0800
WNDU.com reports former Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis said he will be coaching in the NFL next season but does not know which team he will join.
Wed, 02 Dec 2009 20:31:40 -0800
Michael Vega, of The Boston Globe, reports New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick did not express any interest in bringing back former Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis. Weis served as the Patriots' offensive coordinator from 2000-04. Belichick said, "It's not anything that is on the front burner at all."
Tue, 10 Jul 2007 10:32:58 -0700
Denise Lavoie, of The Associated Press, reports Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis will return to court this week for a second trial on his claim that two surgeons botched his care following gastric bypass surgery in 2002. Jury selection is scheduled to begin Friday, July 13. Weis' first trial was declared a mistrial after a juror collapsed and several doctors, including the two defendants, surgeons Charles Ferguson and Richard Hodin, rushed to his aid.
Tue, 20 Feb 2007 09:08:56 -0800
The Associated Press reports a Boston judge declared a mistrial Tuesday, Feb. 20, in a medical malpractice case brought by Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis after a juror collapsed and several doctors, including the two defendants, surgeons Charles Ferguson and Richard Hodin, rushed to his aid. The juror collapsed while listening to the testimony of Dr. David Brooks, an expert who was saying the doctors acted responsibly in their treatment of Weis. Weis claims the doctors acted negligently by failing to recognize life-threatening internal bleeding and infection after his gastric bypass surgery in 2002. The juror was taken away in an ambulance. His condition and identity were not immediately known. The case was expected to go to the jury Wednesday, Feb. 21.
Fri, 16 Feb 2007 09:22:00 -0800
The Associated Press reports New England Patriots QB Tom Brady testified on behalf of former offensive coordinator Charlie Weis Friday, Feb. 16, regarding Weis' medical malpractice trial against two Massachusetts surgeons. Brady explained how he watched Weis slip in and out of consciousness after the coach's gastric bypass surgery. Weis claims he suffers from nerve damage in his feet and is seeking unspecified damages.
Wed, 14 Feb 2007 16:36:48 -0800
The Associated Press reports University of Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis testified Wednesday, Feb. 14, in a malpractice lawsuit against Massachusetts General surgeons Charles Ferguson and Richard Hodin. Weis said after his gastric bypass operation, the two surgeons allowed him to bleed internally for more than a day before recognizing it. Weis is seeking unspecified damages.
Tue, 13 Feb 2007 11:03:59 -0800
The Associated Press reports Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis' medical malpractice suit against two Boston doctors began Tuesday, Feb. 13. Weis' lawyer, Michael Mone, said Massachusetts General Hospital physicians Charles Ferguson and Richard Hodin failed to recognize life-threatening complications after Weis' gastric bypass surgery, allowing him to bleed internally for more than a day. Weis had the surgery in June 2002 while he was an assistant coach for the New England Patriots after battling obesity. At the time, Weis weighed roughly 350 pounds. Weis alleges in his lawsuit that the doctors acted negligently and left Weis so close to death that he received the Roman Catholic sacrament of last rites.
Mon, 01 Jan 2007 11:07:10 -0800
Tony Grossi, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, reports a source close to the Notre Dame football program said QB Brady Quinn hopes to play for the Cleveland Browns next season. The source added Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis has informed Browns head coach Romeo Crennel of Quinn's feelings.
Sun, 31 Dec 2006 08:26:46 -0800
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis will likely remain with the school and not pursue a head coaching position in the NFL.
Sat, 09 Apr 2005 07:26:27 -0700
John Tomase, of the Philadelphia Inquirer, reports Philadelphia Eagles WR Freddie Mitchell made some critical comments about the success New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has experienced in recent years, even issuing Belichick a challenge regarding the upcoming season. "You know what, Belichick? You're talking [crap] about me, but they're the silent investors who are really running the company. You're just a spokesman," Mitchell said regarding his two former coordinators Charlie Weis and Romeo Crennel. "I want to see what he does next year. Believe me, I'll be the first one to shake his hand if he wins the Super Bowl. And I'll be the first one to laugh in his face when he doesn't succeed."
Mon, 13 Dec 2004 08:23:22 -0800
Notre Dame has officially named New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis as their new head coach. According to ESPNews, he received a six-year, $12 million deal. Weis said when his 2004 season with the Patriots is over, he will then become the full-time coach at Notre Dame and he plans to remain there until he retires.
Sun, 12 Dec 2004 07:34:08 -0800
Michael Felger, of the Boston Herald, reports with New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis expected to be named the head coach at Notre Dame, the Patriots could promote current tight ends and assistant offensive line coach Jeff Davidson to the vacated role next season.
Sun, 12 Dec 2004 07:11:44 -0800
Michael Felger, of the Boston Herald, reports New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis is expected to serve out his contract with the team for the remainder of the season, including the postseason, according to head coach Bill Belichick. As previously reported, Weis has agreed to a deal to become the next head coach at Notre Dame.
Sat, 11 Dec 2004 20:47:29 -0800
According to Chris Mortensen of ESPN, New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis has agreed to a six-year, $12 million contract to become the head coach at Notre Dame. Weis will fly to South Bend, Ind. after the Patriots' home game against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday, Dec. 12, to meet with the Fighting Irish football team that night. He will be introduced as their new coach in a press conference Monday, Dec. 13.
Sat, 11 Dec 2004 08:41:59 -0800
Nick Cafardo and Mark Blaudschun, of the Boston Globe, report the University of Notre Dame has intensified their interest in New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis as school representatives met with him Friday, Dec. 10, to discuss their head coaching vacancy. An official involved in the hiring process said Notre Dame representatives had also met with Weis Tuesday, Dec. 7. Weis, who attended Notre Dame, has been the Patriots' offensive coordinator since 2000 and has wanted to become a head coach. A decision by the school could be made as early as next week.
Thu, 10 Jun 2004 08:56:00 -0700
Michael Smith, of the Boston Globe, reports New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis's agent, Bob Lamonte, said last month that he and head coach Bill Belichick had been unable to come to terms on a contract extension. Lamonte added that this would be Weis's last year in New England. "People are saying that Bill is [upset] at me, I'm [angry] at Bill," said Weis, who addressed the issue Wednesday, June 9. "But I'm here to say three things: I'm under contract, I understand the parameters, and I'm not an unhappy camper, contrary to popular opinion. All I want is to help us win again. The way things are being painted, it looks like I'm unhappy, that I think this is unfair, and that I'm not concerned about us winning. All three of those things are erroneous."
Sun, 11 Jan 2004 07:11:53 -0800
Mark Gaughan, of the Buffalo News, reports the Buffalo Bills have narrowed their search for a head coach to three candidates. The three most likely successors to former head coach Gregg Williams are former Chicago Bears coach Dick Jauron, Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey and New England offensive coordinator Charlie Weis. A decision will likely be made during the upcoming week.
Mon, 05 Jan 2004 12:02:59 -0800
Gregg Pastore, of BuffaloBills.com, reports the Buffalo Bills interviewed former Chicago Bears head coach Dick Jauron for their head coaching vacancy Monday, Jan. 5. Jauron is the fifth head-coaching candidate interviewed by the organization following New England Patriots coordinators Romeo Crennel (defensive) and Charlie Weis (offensive), St. Louis Rams defensive coordinator Lovie Smith, and Bills defensive coordinator Jerry Gray.
Fri, 02 Jan 2004 08:51:40 -0800
Mark Gaughan, of the Buffalo News, reports the Buffalo Bills will meet with New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis and defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel about their vacant head coaching position on Friday, Jan. 2.
Tue, 30 Dec 2003 12:16:33 -0800
Buffalo Bills president Tom Donahoe has formed an initial list of coaching candidates to fill the team's vacant head-coaching position, according to the Associated Press. The list includes New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis and defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel as well as St. Louis Rams defensive coordinator Lovie Smith. Donahoe is preparing to request permission from both the Patriots and Rams to contact their respective coaches. Bills defensive coordinator Jerry Gray is also a candidate on Donahoe's list.
Tue, 30 Dec 2003 06:29:03 -0800
Updating previous reports, Michael Eisen, of Giants.com, reports the New York Giants will interview St. Louis Rams defensive coordinator Lovie Smith on Tuesday, Dec. 30. On Thursday, Jan. 1, the Giants will interview both Romeo Crennel and Charlie Weis of the New England Patriots.
Mon, 29 Dec 2003 12:41:25 -0800
Darren Urban, of the East Valley Tribune, reports the Arizona Cardinals, after announcing the firing of head coach Dave McGinnis Monday, Dec. 29, will begin their search for a new head coach immediately. The list of possible candidates include former New York Giants coach Jim Fassel, former Minnesota Vikings coach Dennis Green, St. Louis Rams defensive coordinator Lovie Smith and University of Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz. Other possible targets could include Louisiana State University coach Nick Saban, Eagles offensive coordinator Brad Childress, Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis and Pats defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel.
Mon, 29 Dec 2003 06:32:40 -0800
Michael Eisen, of Giants.com, reports the New York Giants have sent the necessary paperwork to the New England Patriots and St. Louis Rams to ask to interview assistant coaches on their staffs. The Giants would like to talk to Patriots defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel and offensive coordinator Charlie Weis and Rams defensive coordinator Lovie Smith.
Mon, 22 Dec 2003 06:07:21 -0800
Tara Sullivan, of the North Jersey Media Group, reports New York Giants general manager Ernie Accorsi attended the New England Patriots vs. New York Jets game on Saturday, Dec. 20, to take a look at Patriots' defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel and offensive coordinator Charlie Weis. Crennel and Weis are reportedly top candidates for the Giants' head coaching position. Former Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Tom Coughlin is scheduled for an interview on Monday, Dec. 22, or Tuesday, Dec. 23.
Sat, 20 Dec 2003 06:28:55 -0800
ESPN.com's Len Pasquarelli reports New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis is thought to be on the original list of potential candidates for the New York Giants head coaching position.
Mon, 12 Aug 2002 13:05:32 -0700
Patriots.com reports New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said offensive coordinator Charlie Weis (gastric bypass) may be able to return to coach in this weekend's preseason game.
Thu, 01 Aug 2002 18:09:40 -0700
Patriots.com reports New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis was at practice again Thursday afternoon. He appeared to do a little more coaching, especially with the quarterbacks, than he did in his return to the field on Wednesday afternoon.
Thu, 18 Jul 2002 13:34:30 -0700
Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe reports New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis (gastric bypass) will not be ready to go for the start of training camp on July 26. Weis will rejoin the team sometime during camp. Offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia, running backs coach Ivan Fears, wide receivers coach Brian Daboll, and tight ends coach Jeff Davidson will run the offense in the meantime.
Wed, 26 Jun 2002 10:05:52 -0700
Tom Curran, of the Providence Journal, reports New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis had surgery last week and is recovering. No further details were disclosed.
Wed, 03 Apr 2002 13:22:27 -0800
Dan Pires, of the New Bedford Standard-Times, has informed KFFL that New England Patriots QB Tom Brady said offensive coordinator Charlie Weis has a list of about ten things Brady needs to work on during the off-season to improve. Brady said he's going to try to get them accomplished one at a time. Brady, talking from the team's CMGi Field, said he's been very impressed with the team's new stadium and is looking forward to the team's Monday night game opener against the Steelers. "I have chills just thinking about [it]," Brady said.
Thu, 31 Jan 2002 17:47:14 -0800
The Associated Press reports New England Patriots QB Tom Brady (ankle) looked OK during Thursday's practice. He did throw two interceptions. One interception was Brady's fault and the other was the receiver's fault, offensive coordinator Charlie Weis said. Brady's sprained left ankle didn't seem to affect him, according to the pool report. ''I think he did all right yesterday, and I think he was a little better today,'' coach Bill Belichick told a pool reporter after the two-hour workout. ''I don't think the ankle will be an issue.''
Tue, 29 Jan 2002 20:07:24 -0800
Jay Glazer reports for SportsLine.com New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis will reportedly be available to other teams after January 31, when his current contract expires. "Just like some of the other guys like Roman Phifer and Bryan Cox who are free agents after the year, it's the same thing with him," said FB Marc Edwards. The team will push hard to re-sign Weis. The team elected to wait to re-sign him, and as a result he will be free to interview as early as next week. As previously reported, Carolina's new coach John Fox will reportedly pursue Weis to be his offensive coordinator.
Sat, 26 Jan 2002 18:00:40 -0800
The Associated Press reports Carolina Panthers coach John Fox has some interest in New England Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis becoming the Panthers offensive coordinator. Fox, however, can't speak to him until the Patriots are done playing.