Pompei, Dan
January 2006
Sporting News;1/13/2006, Vol. 230 Issue 2, p41
The article presents information on developments related to football in the U.S. The pronouncement last week by the Baltimore Ravens' owner Steve Bisciotti that Brian Billick would be the team's coach in 2006 was a long time in the making. Talk about the Dallas Cowboys' coach Bill Parcells retiring won't hurt him in his ongoing contract talks with the team. The Saint Louis Rams recently extended general manager Charley Armey's contract for one year, but that doesn't mean the team won't have a new general manager by next summer. RB Tiki Barber has been as valuable to the New York Giants on the sideline and in meeting rooms as he has been on the field.


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