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Old 12-18-2016, 09:45 AM   #7106
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Bills expected to fire Rex Ryan after today's game against the Browns according to ESPN. GM rumored to be keeping his job at least for one more year.


NFL rumored to be fining the Giants for using walkies-talkies during last week's game against the Cowboys. Already some teams are complaining its not going to be enough and want at least a draft pick included in the punishment.
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Originally Posted by ESPN
Coaches are not allowed to hold any two-way radios during a game, but Giants head coach Ben McAdoo was seen on the sidelines holding the walkie-talkie when it was apparent the team was having trouble getting the plays into Eli Manning.
Giants coach Ben McAdoo said he has been on an NFL sideline before when there were communication problems, but that was before the new system for communications was put into place this season.

One NFL source said that even though the Giants weren't communicating with Manning within 15 seconds of the play clock ending, they had the "opportunity" to do it, in addition for it being illegal to have the walkie-talkies. The same source said this was worse than what the Cleveland Browns did, when they ultimately lost a draft pick for in-game communications during the 2014 season between former general manager Ray Farmer and former offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan.
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