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    Report: Giants, Perry Fewell Could Discuss Contract Extension As Early As February

    http://www.giants101.com/2014/01/20/...y-as-february/

    Excerpt: "Once upon a time, Perry Fewell was a head coach in the NFL. And while it was an interim stint with the Buffalo Bills — a stint that saw the team go 3-4 in 2009 — it was more than enough to provide him the necessary motivation to return to that post. Since then however, Fewell has been unable to break down that door. He's interviewed with a number of teams in recent years, including the Washington Redskins earlier this offseason, but just hasn't landed his dream gig.

    Still, the New York Giants defensive coordinator is not giving up. At 51-years-old, Fewell maintains that he has head coaching aspirations and is working each year to ultimately reach that goal.

    “I have aspirations of being a head coach. I’m striving everyday to improve myself and my marketability to become a head coach,” Fewell told the Gaston Gazette. “Coaching is a highly competitive arena, so it’s not something I take lightly.” Read more...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    http://www.giants101.com/2014/01/20/...y-as-february/

    Excerpt: "Once upon a time, Perry Fewell was a head coach in the NFL. And while it was an interim stint with the Buffalo Bills — a stint that saw the team go 3-4 in 2009 — it was more than enough to provide him the necessary motivation to return to that post. Since then however, Fewell has been unable to break down that door. He's interviewed with a number of teams in recent years, including the Washington Redskins earlier this offseason, but just hasn't landed his dream gig.

    Still, the New York Giants defensive coordinator is not giving up. At 51-years-old, Fewell maintains that he has head coaching aspirations and is working each year to ultimately reach that goal.

    “I have aspirations of being a head coach. I’m striving everyday to improve myself and my marketability to become a head coach,” Fewell told the Gaston Gazette. “Coaching is a highly competitive arena, so it’s not something I take lightly.” Read more...
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    good ,lock him up. very very good DC. many forget the personal he had to work with , and also the pressure that turnovers and points given up by the offense caused.

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    eeh.....
    take him or leave him. if he is back I wont be that pissed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    eeh.....
    take him or leave him. if he is back I wont be that pissed.
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    I think they should wait to see how this year turns out before they resign him. also this will prob be tc's last year so why would they want a lame duck dc unless they plan on hiring him as the next hc when tc retires and if that were the case I would be pissed
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    Is your nephew happy?
    one of them....
    the other is a Pats fan
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    Do not extend his contract. Give him one more year to see if he can work with the given personnel, if not let go of him. He has not been able to get a HC for a reason.

    This is the same guy who up until his players TOLD HIM to make his system simpler was pretty bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantscolombia View Post
    Do not extend his contract. Give him one more year to see if he can work with the given personnel, if not let go of him. He has not been able to get a HC for a reason.

    This is the same guy who up until his players TOLD HIM to make his system simpler was pretty bad.
    This, 100%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantscolombia View Post
    Do not extend his contract. Give him one more year to see if he can work with the given personnel, if not let go of him. He has not been able to get a HC for a reason.

    This is the same guy who up until his players TOLD HIM to make his system simpler was pretty bad.
    Totally agree. Why do this now?

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