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February 4, 1995 | Daily News Wire Services
The Super Bowl champion San Francisco 49ers began rebuilding their depleted coaching staff, hiring Pete Carroll to succeed new Eagles head coach Ray Rhodes as the club's defensive coordinator. Carroll was fired last month as New York Jets' head coach - replaced, ironically, by fired Eagles coach Rich Kotite. The 49ers were continuing to seek a replacement offensive coordinator. Mike Shanahan held the position for the past three seasons before heading to Denver earlier this week to become the Broncos' head coach.
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October 5, 2000 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Carolina Panthers coach George Seifert yesterday named Richard Williamson offensive coordinator after Bill Musgrave's resignation. Musgrave, 33, had resigned as offensive coordinator on Tuesday, only four games into the season. The Panthers, who had the sixth-best offense in the NFL last season, are ranked 16th and have scored more than 20 points only once while dropping to 1-3. Musgrave, a former Eagles assistant, had been roundly criticized after Sunday's 16-13 overtime loss to Dallas.
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January 13, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
Denver defensive coordinator Ray Rhodes resigned Saturday after the Broncos' second consecutive disappointing season. "Ray Rhodes has resigned as defensive coordinator because he felt like he wasn't getting the job done," the Broncos said in a statement. Rhodes was unavailable for comment. Rhodes met Friday with coach Mike Shanahan, who excused him from his contract, according to the Denver Post, which first reported the resignation. The report said Rhodes is a strong candidate to become the defensive coordinator with the Seattle Seahawks.
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January 12, 2007 | Daily News Wire Services
Tim Lewis was fired as the New York Giants' defensive coordinator yesterday, a move that will give embattled coach Tom Coughlin two new top assistants in a likely make-or-break season. The move came just a day after management gave the 60-year-old Coughlin a lukewarm 1-year contract extension through 2008. His charge: make the Giants, who were 8-8 in the regular season and lost to the Eagles in a wild-card game, more than simply a playoff team. Lewis, who interviewed for the vacant head-coaching job in Miami on Wednesday, was not immediately available for comment.
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February 7, 2010 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Staff Writer
MIAMI - Gregg Williams created a minor stir before he arrived here with the New Orleans Saints for the first Super Bowl in the team's history. As a guest on a Nashville radio station with Blaine Bishop, a former Eagles safety who played under Williams with the Tennessee Titans, the Saints' defensive coordinator talked about tagging Indianapolis quarterback Peyton Manning with some "remember-me" shots tonight at Sun Life Stadium. The Saints applied quite a few of those "remember-me" shots to Brett Favre in the NFC championship game two weeks ago. They seemed to work well because the Minnesota Vikings' quarterback forgot where to throw the football near the end of regulation, resulting in an interception that squashed the old man's hopes for a return to the Super Bowl.
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August 27, 1999 | by Leon Taylor, Daily News Staff Writer
Ella Mealing Williams knew how to keep a secret. She was active in the deaconess ministry at Harold O. Davis Memorial Baptist Church. She also served as a missionary and assistant superintendent of the Sunday school. Most recently, she was teaching the women's Bible class, which drew 50 to 75 women every Monday night. "She did it until the end," said Gwen Milteer, a close and trusted friend. "Nobody really knew how sick she was. That's why it was so much of a shock to the church.
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May 4, 1991 | By Edward Colimore, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Action Alliance of Senior Citizens of Greater Philadelphia yesterday asked the Commonwealth Court to restore the "quality and level of service" of the state's Shared Ride program for senior citizens, saying that the service had sharply declined since mid-April. The program provides the elderly with transportation for medical appointments and other needs. Judge James Gardner Colins denied the alliance's request for a temporary restraining order but did not rule out a further hearing on a preliminary injunction, according to an attorney for the alliance.
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March 12, 2001 | by Jim Nicholson Daily News Staff Writer
Carolyn Ann Conner, a conference coordinator for Temple University and a longtime member and volunteer for a community dance troupe, died March 5. She was 51 and lived in West Oak Lane. Known to most as "Carol," she had worked at Temple for the past 32 years, starting out as an administrative assistant to the director of admissions at Mitten Hall and in 1968 moving to the Center City campus and becoming campus coordinator. She left her job less than a month ago when she became ill. Family members said she loved her job and only left when forced to because of failing health.
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October 8, 2014
T HE PHILLIES announced the hiring of Rafael Chaves as the minor league pitching coordinator yesterday. Chaves, 46, was the Los Angeles Dodgers' minor league coordinator from 2009 to 2013 before spending the past season as a player personnel special assistant with the Dodgers. "We are extremely excited to add Rafael to our staff," Phillies director of player development Joe Jordan said. "He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience and is one of the most respected names in our business when it comes to developing pitchers.
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December 28, 1996 | Daily News Wire Services
During the season, the fans chanted, "Lynn must go. " Defensive coordinator Ron Lynn, bearing the brunt of team and public disenchantment over the Washington Redskins' second-half collapse, was fired yesterday. "I'm not going to cry unfair," an emotional Lynn said as he left Redskin Park in Ashburn, Va. After a 7-1 start, the Redskins lost six of their next seven games and were eliminated from playoff contention with one week remaining in the season. The team finished with its first winning season since 1992, but the defense was ranked 28th out of 30 teams and last against the run. "I think it gives the Washington Redskins the chance to move on and be successful," head coach Norv Turner said of his decision.
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April 28, 2015 | BY JOHN F. MORRISON, Daily News Staff Writer morrisj@phillynews.com, 215-854-5573
WHEN IT CAME to feminine beauty, Lori Rodville was the one to see. Lori was a successful model for many years, but she also was an expert milliner, turning out classic head adornments, as well as a teacher of models, an expert on makeup and a bridal coordinator who made sure weddings went off with style and verve. She organized fashion shows to let her models strut their stuff in public, and was a commentator on television fashion shows. She brought to all her activities a flair for the dramatic and a zest for life lived to its fullest.
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March 21, 2015 | By Rick O'Brien, Inquirer Staff Writer
A month after stepping down as La Salle's head football coach, Drew Gordon has decided to return to the sideline. Gordon has accepted the position of offensive coordinator at nearby Bishop McDevitt, where he was a standout quarterback in the late 1960s. "It's something that I had a lot of interest in because it's close to home, I played there, I've known [head coach] Pat Manzi for a long time, and I'm friendly with [president] Steve Finley," he said. "I'm excited about the challenge.
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January 10, 2015 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
Considering the success Bob Shoop enjoyed in his first season as Penn State's defensive coordinator, it seemed only natural that a program with deep pockets, such as Louisiana State, would reach out and try to persuade him to go south. Shoop said he was "flattered" by the attention, but he decided Wednesday night that he would stay at Penn State, and informed his followers on Twitter. Fox Sports reported Thursday that Shoop, who is originally from Oakmont, Pa., a suburb of Pittsburgh, had a good incentive for staying - a new three-year deal worth about $1 million annually.
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January 7, 2015 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Buffalo Bills requested permission Monday to interview Eagles offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur for their head coaching vacancy, an NFL source said. Shurmur interviewed with the Raiders on Friday. Of the six head coaching openings - the 49ers, Bears, Falcons and New York Jets have the others - he now has been linked to two. Shurmur, 49, compiled a 9-23 record in two seasons (2011-12) as head coach of the Browns. He was fired after an ownership change. He started his NFL coaching career as an assistant with the Eagles and has spent the last two seasons as coordinator under coach Chip Kelly.
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December 31, 2014 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
Chip Kelly said that Bill Davis would return next season for a third year as the Eagles defensive coordinator. "I thought Billy did a really good job," Kelly said on Monday, a day after the 10-6 Eagles ended the season. "I thought our defense improved in a lot of categories. There's still things we need to clean up. " The first question of Kelly's news conference was about Davis. The Eagles coach, however, made it clear throughout the rest of the session that the team had yet to make final evaluations on the 2014 season.
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December 17, 2014 | BY JOHN McGONIGAL, Daily News Staff Writer mcgonij@phillynews.com
STATE COLLEGE - It happens all the time: A defensive, offensive or special-teams coordinator molds a consistent, standout unit, which sometimes carries a team to success. That not only garners the respective group attention, but also the coach that's mentoring. In Penn State's case, that's defensive coordinator and safeties coach Bob Shoop. With his first regular season at Penn State in the books, Shoop has made a name for himself. A lot falls on the players' performances, but the Nittany Lions were top-10 in scoring defense and allowed the fewest rushing yards per game, and Shoop - who was nominated last month for the Broyles Award for the nation's best assistant - deserves some credit.
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December 15, 2014 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - The frustration over the inability of the Penn State offense to move the football consistently bubbled over on the sideline at times this season, with quarterback Christian Hackenberg and offensive coordinator John Donovan at the center of the discord. It was particularly evident during the Nov. 1 game against Maryland, a 20-19 loss, when Hackenberg appeared to have animated discussions with Donovan. Head coach James Franklin said a few days later he felt there were areas that his sophomore leader "can handle better.
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October 27, 2014 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - Penn State offensive coordinator John Donovan usually likes to call plays from his booth in the press box, but he spent Saturday night on the home sideline at Beaver Stadium to help quarterback Christian Hackenberg. Nittany Lions coach James Franklin said this past week that Donovan would return to the booth on Saturday, after being on the sideline two weeks ago at Michigan. But after meetings on Wednesday, the decision was made to keep Donovan on the sideline.
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October 14, 2014 | By Julia Terruso, Inquirer Staff Writer
As Clayton Gonzalez makes his way through the hallways at Veterans Memorial Family School, he stops every few minutes to ask a student, "You all right?" He checks in with a 7-year-old new to the K-8 Camden school who was bummed out to learn it had no soccer program, then stops by the cafeteria and talks with a boy sitting alone at lunch. Earlier in the day, he visited the home of a family who had just lost its patriarch to a car accident, and then went to help a father translate court documents into Spanish.
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October 8, 2014
T HE PHILLIES announced the hiring of Rafael Chaves as the minor league pitching coordinator yesterday. Chaves, 46, was the Los Angeles Dodgers' minor league coordinator from 2009 to 2013 before spending the past season as a player personnel special assistant with the Dodgers. "We are extremely excited to add Rafael to our staff," Phillies director of player development Joe Jordan said. "He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience and is one of the most respected names in our business when it comes to developing pitchers.
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