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    Re: N F L 2010

    Bruce Matthews accepts offensive lineman job | The Tennessean

    Can he bring his nephew with him?

    One position filled, five to go.

    Thatís the current status of the Titansí assistant coaching staff, now that former Titan Bruce Matthews has agreed to terms on a two-year deal with the organization.

    He replaces Mike Munchak, who was named the teamís head coach earlier this week.

    The 49 year-old Matthews spent the last two seasons as an offensive assistant for the Houston Texans, following a Hall of Fame NFL career. He played 19 seasons for the Oilers/Titans and tied a league record with 14 consecutive Pro Bowl selections.

    Matthews was picked as a guard for the NFLís All-Decade team of the 1990s and was one of just two players to start in every game during that decade.

    The Titans are still looking to hire an offensive coordinator, defensive coordinator, defensive line coach, wide receivers coach and running backs coach

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    Bob Cook - member of the Never Miss A Superbowl Club - dies at 70

    'Never Missed a Super Bowl' club member dies - ESPN
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    Bob Cook - member of the Never Miss A Superbowl Club - dies at 70

    'Never Missed a Super Bowl' club member dies - ESPN
    I saw that. While not a fan of the commercials, I was touched and a bit saddened that he was a Packer fan, and didn't get to go to the game for one last time to see his team win in person. (Then again, Dallas did such a crappy job in hosting, Bob might have been in the basement with the other 400 or so bogus-ticket holders.) At least he got to see the Pack bring the Lombardi Trophy back home to Title Town on TV!
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