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Published on 01/13/2012 at Fri Jan 13 12:09.
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Dennis Allen

The biggest potential landing spot for Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen is no longer open. The St. Louis Rams, with whom Allen interviewed Thursday, have found another head coach. Reports Sports Illustrated‘s Peter King:

Allen will remain in Denver, at least for the immediate future, along with offensive coordinator Mike McCoy following the Jacksonville Jaguars’ hiring of Mike Mularkey earlier this week. The Oakland Raiders, Miami Dolphins, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers still have head coach vacancies.

  • Anonymous

    Can we please, please, please keep a complete set of coordinators for more than one season?  PLEASE??????  Pretty please with sugar on top?  When the heck did that happen last?

  • Anonymous

    They weren’t fired.  Still it is a big relief having both stay on another year.

  • Anonymous

    I like both of them and want them to be successful as head coaches in the NFL… one day.  But not yet.  Maybe two or three years from now.  After a Super Bowl win would be a good time to leave, I’d think.

  • Anonymous

    2-3 years after super bowl win? So you’re saying after our 2nd or 3rd Championship in the next 3 years then? lol

  • Meh

    I don’t really get this 1 year promotion thing.  It doesn’t make sense for the coaches career and it doesn’t make sense for the teams or the NFL.  Can’t the NFL do something to lock in coordinators???

  • areferee


    The Broncos have signed long snapper David Binn, who will wear #54. He is in his 18th NFL season, having spent the first 17 with San Diego.

    Wiki: David Aaron Binn (born February 6, 1972) is an American football long snapper. He played college football for the University of California, Berkeley. He was signed by the San Diego Chargers as an undrafted free agent in 1994. He was the last remaining player from the Chargers’ lone Super Bowl team.

    He was selected to the 2007 NFL Pro Bowl squad, making him the 11th selection from the 2006 Chargers chosen to represent the AFC in Hawaii.

    Binn surpassed Junior Seau and Russ Washington with his 201st career game played as a Charger on November 19, 2006 making him the all-time leader.

    He was selected for the first time to the 2007 Pro Bowl squad, making him the eleventh selection from the 2006 Chargers
    chosen to represent the AFC in Hawaii.

    Binn suffered a hamstring injury in Week 1 of 2010 that ended his team-record streak of 179 consecutive games played.

    After 17 seasons in San Diego, he was released on August 30, 2011.  He was Chargers’ all-time leader in games played with 256, not including 12 in the post-season.

    Binn dated Pamela Anderson in 2007 and 2008. (Not too shabby)