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Another false fire alarm wakes up Patriots at Super Bowl hotel (Shutdown Corner) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
While New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been popping garlic like PEZ to get over his cold , the best remedy is a good night's sleep, and someone has been trying to prevent that the past few nights. For the second time in three nights, the hotel where the Patriots are staying for the Super Bowl in Phoenix experienced a false fire alarm, according to a Twitter post from the NFL Network's Kimberly Jones. [ Watch the Super Bowl live on Yahoo Sports and NBC Sports - Sunday at 6 p.m. ET ] However, Brady said Wednesday night's alarm didn't disrupt his dreams, since the false alarm apparently occurred in a different portion of the hotel than where the players are staying. Our own Eric Edholm is live on the scene to give us the latest on the QB's all-important cold remedies and sleeping patterns. Brady sounds nasally but said 4:40 am fire alarm didn't wake him up. He slept well last night. — Eric Edholm (@Eric_Edholm) January 29, 2015 False fire alarms are nothing new in NFL circles, and the finger often gets pointed in the direction of opposing fans. T he Philadelphia Eagles were awakened by an alarm prior to playing San Francisco this past September, blaming 49ers fans for interrupting their REM, and the Miami Dolphins had a similar experience in Buffalo last season, when the Bills faithful were the prime suspects.  New Englanders have been on the other end of that blame game, as the New York Jets were awakened by a false fire alarm in 2009. For the record, the Eagles, Dolphins and Jets all lost their games after receiving an early wake-up call. The Pats have a few more nights before the Super Bowl, and the hotel might be wise to staff a few people to monitor the fire alarms going forward — as long as they're not from Seattle (alarm-gate!). Meanwhile, you'll have to excuse  Bill Belichick if he's not his usual peppy self at Thursday's press conference. Yahoo! Thu, Jan 29
 
Another false fire alarm wakes up Patriots at Super Bowl hotel (Shutdown Corner) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
While New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been popping garlic like PEZ to get over his cold , the best remedy is a good night's sleep, and someone has been trying to prevent that the past few nights. For the second time in three nights, the hotel where the Patriots are staying for the Super Bowl in Phoenix experienced a false fire alarm, according to a Twitter post from the NFL Network's Kimberly Jones. However, Brady said Wednesday night's alarm didn't disrupt his dreams, since the false alarm apparently occurred in a different portion of the hotel than where the players are staying. Our own Eric Edholm is live on the scene to give us the latest on the QB's all-important cold remedies and sleeping patterns. Brady sounds nasally but said 4:40 am fire alarm didn't wake him up. He slept well last night. — Eric Edholm (@Eric_Edholm) January 29, 2015 False fire alarms are nothing new in NFL circles, and the finger often gets pointed in the direction of opposing fans. T he Philadelphia Eagles were awakened by an alarm prior to playing San Francisco this past September, blaming 49ers fans for interrupting their REM, and the Miami Dolphins had a similar experience in Buffalo last season, when the Bills faithful were the prime suspects.  New Englanders have been on the other end of that blame game, as the New York Jets were awakened by a false fire alarm in 2009. For the record, the Eagles, Dolphins and Jets all lost their games after receiving an early wake-up call. The Pats have a few more nights before the Super Bowl, and the hotel might be wise to staff a few people to monitor the fire alarms going forward — as long as they're not from Seattle (alarm-gate!). Meanwhile, you'll have to excuse  Bill Belichick if he's not his usual peppy self at Thursday's press conference. Yahoo! Thu, Jan 29
 
AP Sources: Jaguars hire Hackett to coach quarterbacks (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
The Jacksonville Jaguars are adding another former Buffalo Bills coach to their staff. Nathaniel Hackett has been hired to become the Jaguars quarterbacks coach, two people familiar with the decision told The Associated Press on Wednesday. The people spoke on the condition of anonymity because the Jaguars have not announced the move. He replaces Frank Scelfo, who will remain on Gus Bradley's staff in another capacity Hackett spent the past two seasons as Buffalo's offensive coordinator. Yahoo! Wed, Jan 28
 
AP Source: Hackett pulls out of running for Rams job (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
A person familiar with the St. Louis Rams' offensive coordinator search has told The Associated Press that Nathaniel Hackett has pulled out of the running for the job. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity on Wednesday because the Rams have not publicly discussed their plans to replace Brian Schottenheimer. After three seasons in St. Louis, Schottenheimer was hired as Georgia's offensive coordinator on Jan. 7. He spent the past two seasons as the Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator. Yahoo! Wed, Jan 28
 
Greg Roman to give Bills quarterback EJ Manuel a clean slate (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
Quarterback EJ Manuel is getting a clean slate under Bills new offensive coordinator Greg Roman. Manuel, practice squad member Jeff Tuel and however many quarterbacks the team adds this offseason will still have to prove themselves on the field, Roman said during his introductory news conference Tuesday. The Bills have a new coaching staff under Rex Ryan, who took over after Doug Marrone stepped down abruptly on Dec. 31 following a 9-7 season. Yahoo! Tue, Jan 27
 
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