Good move on behalf of the Giants, a bit pricey but worth it.
I wouldn't recommend anyone work for that meddling Snyder.
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Steve Spagnuolo, courted for the better part of two days by the Washington Redskins for their vacant head coaching job, will be returning next season as the Giants defensive coordinator.
Bob LaMonte, Spagnuolo's agent, today confirmed the decision to stay with the Giants and rebuff the Redskins earlier this morning.
Spagnuolo's defense shut down the Patriots in a 17-14 victory in Super Bowl XLII -- as well as previously stuffing Green Bay in the NFC Championship Game and the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC Divisional round.
ESPN reported the Giants are also giving Spagnuolo a new three-year contract in excess of $2 million per year, which would make him the league's highest-paid defensive coordinator.
They won, he earned it.
That is certainly good news for the Giants. Now all they need is Strahan to stay.
If sense were common, everyone would have it.
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No one wants to coach there...It's getting so desperate they are considering Jim Fassel. LOL!!!
Chuck Norris once lost his keys and couldn't remember where he put them. So he tortured himself for half an hour until he gave up their location.
They hired Jim Zorn.
Jim Zorn is the man...gotta pull for the Skins some now.
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Under Dan Snyder, the Skins have had 6 coaches since 1999, and have been mediocore.
The Washington area media can be tough, and the fans, demanding.
It'll interesting to watch the skins this little. I'll be following them a little more closely.
It's an accurate statement that our current spending will not be increasing the debt We've stopped spending money that we don't have.
-- Jack Lew, then director of the Office of Management and Budget, in Feb. 16, 2011 testimony before the Senate Budget Committee.