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Mon, 27 Jan 2014 18:22:43 -0800
The Cleveland Browns may look to Chicago Bears quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh, San Francisco 49ers quarterbacks coach Geep Chryst, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterbacks coach Randy Fichtner, Baltimore Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler, former UCLA head coach Rick Neuheisel or high school head coach Dick Beck.
Sat, 29 Dec 2007 14:51:02 -0800
The Associated Press reports Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Rick Neuheisel will be head coach of UCLA in 2008.
Wed, 04 Apr 2007 20:50:55 -0700
Mike Preston, of the Baltimore Sun, reporting for the Sporting News, reports the one of the major goals for the Baltimore Ravens during the offseason is developing more explosive plays. New offensive coordinator Rick Neuheisel wants to open up the offense and could elect to use more four-receiver packages to get players open.
Wed, 21 Mar 2007 21:01:56 -0700
Aaron Wilson, of the Carroll County Times, reports Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Rick Neuheisel attended Stanford QB Trent Edwards' workout Tuesday, March 20, following up a trip last week to scout Michigan State QB Drew Stanton. Edwards ran the 40-yard dash in 4.7 seconds and completed 47 of 50 passes.
Tue, 16 Jan 2007 07:34:51 -0800
Mike Duffy, of BaltimoreRavens.com, reports Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick will continue to serve as the team's play-caller despite the hiring of Rick Neuheisel as offensive coordinator Monday, Jan. 15.
Mon, 15 Jan 2007 13:46:23 -0800
ESPNews reports Baltimore Ravens assistant coach Rick Neuheisel has been named the team's offensive coordinator.
Wed, 25 Jan 2006 20:33:54 -0800
The Mobile Register reports Baltimore Ravens quarterbacks coach Rick Neuheisel is not a candidate to become the Oakland Raiders next head coach. Neuheisel said, "No, I'm not. I'm happy where I am."
Sun, 04 Dec 2005 07:58:17 -0800
Ken Palmer, of the New York Post, reports Oakland Raiders head coach Norv Turner is in danger of losing his job at the end of the season, according to an Oakland source. While the source estimated the odds at 20-25 percent at season's outset, the current odds he says are now closer to 65-70 percent that Turner is fired. "The team's record is really not that important," the source said. "It's that he's obviously already started to lose some of the guys on the team. All the pieces are in place for this to really crumble during the last five weeks." Should Turner get the ax, the early favorite to replace him is current Baltimore Ravens QBs coach and Davis' favorite Rick Neuheisel.
Mon, 06 Jun 2005 20:33:12 -0700
Adam H. Beasley, of BaltimoreRavens.com, reports Baltimore Ravens quarterbacks coach Rick Neuheisel says his main focus for QB Kyle Boller is improving his yards per completion and yards per attempt numbers this season. "We've got to get really precise in that interior game and then create one-on-on opportunities outside," Neuheisel said. "I think we have the weapons, and certainly the quarterback. Once they get to know each other, which is the real byproduct of this work, then I think you're going to see some big plays, which I know everyone is clamoring for."
Mon, 06 Jun 2005 20:21:55 -0700
Adam H. Beasley, of BaltimoreRavens.com, reports Baltimore Ravens quarterbacks coach Rick Neuheisel says he doesn't feel a tremendous amount of pressure to help turn the team's offense around. "I think, in terms of the acquisitions of Derrick Mason and drafting Mark Clayton, you've got some really gifted guys outside with great feet that can get away from defenders underneath that might have been a situation where that was difficult a year ago, to shake loose the underneath defenders," Neuheisel said. "When you can do that, you end up putting a lot of pressure on a defense, then it is easier to get behind them. I believe we're on the right path, but I'm following the lead of Jim Fassel and Brian Billick. I don't feel a whole lot of pressure. I'm trying to learn the offense."
Sat, 30 Apr 2005 18:03:39 -0700
The Associated Press, citing an interview with ESPN's Sal Paolantonio, reports Baltimore Ravens quarterbacks coach Rick Neuheisel said he has never been asked by the Ravens to give any assurances he will not gamble. Despite not being asked he said he has learned his lessons about participating in office pools. Neuheisel said he's going to "stay away from that stuff."
Fri, 01 Apr 2005 13:33:40 -0800
Brent Jones, of the Baltimore Sun, reports Baltimore Ravens QB Kyle Boller remains optimistic about the club's future despite the offseason overhaul on offense this year with the defections of WRs Travis Taylor and Kevin Johnson and additions of new offensive coordinator Jim Fassel and quarterbacks coach Rick Neuheisel. "Ultimately, in the long run, [the changes] are really going to help us," Boller said. "There needed to be change. We need to be more productive on offense. We need to get the passing game going." Boller is also optimistic he will continue to progress as the team's starting quarterback. "Me coming into my third year, my numbers have gotten better each year, and I think they will drastically improve," Boller said.
Tue, 22 Mar 2005 19:00:41 -0800
Baltimore Ravens quarterbacks coach Rick Neuheisel says he's excited to be back working with the Ravens' coaching staff after missing a lot of time since being hired in January because of his wrongful termination lawsuit against the University of Washington, reports Adam H. Beasley of BaltimoreRavens.com. "The trial and the 21 months that preceded the trial isn't something I'd wish on anybody," Neuheisel said. "It was important that I go through it for my future, and now that it's over, I'm really looking forward to being here." Neuheisel will work closely with QB Kyle Boller this season.
Mon, 14 Mar 2005 19:25:08 -0800
Baltimore Ravens quarterbacks coach Rick Neuheisel returned to work Monday, March 14, for the first time since the conclusion of his lawsuit against the NCAA and the University of Washington, reports Adam H. Beasley of BaltimoreRavens.com.