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    Pagano taps Arians to be his OC



    Interesting move. Arians "retired", then it came out that the Steelers pushed him out. Now Chuck nabs him to run the Colts offense.

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    Re: Pagano taps Arians to be his OC

    That is pretty interesting.

    I don't envy Pagano the situation he's inherited. Even if Luck is all he's cracked up to be, that is a terrible team, and they're about to lose their best players.

    I understand why he took the job. There are no guarantees another one was coming along; there aren't alot of them out there.

    I just bet he's unemployed in 2 years.




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    Re: Pagano taps Arians to be his OC

    As the World Turns.
    "When questioned, the Elders explained that they were in search of magical powers. However, they're actually searching for the whereabouts of a certain ring. This ring is a legendary treasure that long ago was known to exist"




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    Re: Pagano taps Arians to be his OC

    I read a tweet earlier stating Tomlin met with Caldwell for the OC position. Not overly thrilled with the choice, if it's true, but weird with them possibly switching teams.




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    Re: Pagano taps Arians to be his OC

    Quote Originally Posted by Steelgal View Post
    I read a tweet earlier stating Tomlin met with Caldwell for the OC position. Not overly thrilled with the choice, if it's true, but weird with them possibly switching teams.
    Well, as an Offensive coordinator, Caldwell wouldn't be responsible to clock management.
    "When questioned, the Elders explained that they were in search of magical powers. However, they're actually searching for the whereabouts of a certain ring. This ring is a legendary treasure that long ago was known to exist"




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    Re: Pagano taps Arians to be his OC

    That's probably a good decision, actually. Can't argue with it.

    He wasn't the guy who brought Ben from rookie to what he is now, but he's been a part of it.

    Didn't knowhe was Peyton's first QB coach though.

    Funny how a former Raven hires a former Steeler.




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    Re: Pagano taps Arians to be his OC

    Swapping OC's huh, wow. Just wow. Especially if Rooney wants to go back to the physical offense of the past it would surprise me to bring in Caldwell.

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    Re: Arians to Join Colts?

    Ooops sorry.




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    Arians not so retired after all

    Pagano grabbed him:

    http://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/s...0,769171.story

    I love that this is a little embarrassing for the Steelers.




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    Re: Arians not so retired after all

    I wonder if the Ravens gave any consideration to replacing Cam with Arians. I think they should have, but it sounds like they didn't even think about it.




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    Re: Arians not so retired after all

    Roethlisberger is NOT happy.

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