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Report: Steve Spagnuolo, GM Billy Devaney out in St. Louis
Ten wins in three seasons apparently won't be enough for Rams Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo to keep his job.

For Eagles, Now What? | Eagletarian | 01/01/2012
If Reid is leaving, a lot of players are going to be really, really shocked. But it wouldn’t be at all shocking if the Eagles decide not to put a happy face on Juan Castillo’s year as defensive coordinator, even after allowing just 46 points over the final four games.

Will Castillo return to Eagles? | Philadelphia Inquirer | 01/01/2012
Given the opportunity to endorse Castillo's return the last two Mondays, Reid summed up his feelings by saying to reporters: "You all know how I feel about Juan." Indeed, but the final decision may not be Reid's.

Miller: Castillo Has To Go
Juan Castillo may have coached the defense well enough to keep his job, but that's certainly not a given thanks to an 8-8 season.

Philadelphia Eagles notebook: rookie kicker Alex Henery finishes up strong | lehighvalleylive.com
"The game finally slowed down," he said after kicking a pair of field goals in the Birds' 34-10 thumping of the Washington Redskins at Lincoln Financial Field Sunday. "You know how people say how everything goes so fast in the NFL compared to college -- and it sure did for me. That was the biggest thing for me. Once things slowed down I was hitting the ball better and I got into a groove."

Eagles' offensive line coach Mudd to return - Football Wire - SunHerald.com
Walking out of the Eagles' locker room following their season-ending win over the Redskins, Howard Mudd was dressed to ride. The Eagles offensive line coach had his motorcycle boots on and his helmet in hand, but he was not riding off into the sunset. Before the game, Mudd told his linemen that he planned on returning for his 39th season as an NFL coach.