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Would he avoid meddling? Would he be OK not being on the sideline on game day? Could he avoid constantly second-guessing? answer, it turns out, was yes. He's a coach at heart, and there’s nothing more that he'd love to do is being on the grass and on the sidelines, but he knows that's not his job right now," Boselli said. "That doesn't mean he might not give input, guidance, suggestions, but I would not term it as ever meddling.
"Knowing him, I believe he respects the coaching profession and the game of football too much to overstep any boundaries."Here's proof: Coughlin declined an http://www.carolinahurricanesofficialonline.com/Adidas-Jeff-Skinner-Jersey interview request from Jurkovic this week because the Jaguars are Marrone's team and Marrone should be the spokesman. Coughlin is content to work quietly behind the scenes Make no mistake, though, Coughlin's return is a big reason the Jaguars won their first division title since 1999 and made the playoffs for the first time since 2007. These guys have come together," former Jaguars quarterback Mark Brunell said. "Everything's worked. In previous years, there were too many things that just didn't work. Leadership is critical. It starts at the top."
Tom Brady was limited in practice Wednesday because of a right hand injury, according to the team's participation report. He has been on and off the injury report this season -- for an Achilles and his left shoulder -- but this is the first time he has been on it for his throwing hand. According to a report from the Boston Herald, the injury occurred when one of Brady's teammates accidentally ran into him and jammed his hand. X-rays were taken but revealed no structural damage. Veteran backup Brian Hoyer is the Patriots' only other quarterback.
Meanwhile, right tackle LaAdrian Waddle, who started against the Titans in the divisional round, left because of a knee injury (sprain) in the second half and didn't return. That opened the door for Cameron Fleming to return to a starting role in a spot where the Patriots have been without No. 1 option Marcus Cannon since the middle of the season. In a week where protecting Brady will be critical against one of the NFL's best defenses, any changes along the offensive line bear watching. -- Mike Reiss
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knocked him out of the game, is still in the concussion protocol but went through practice on a limited basis. Coach Mike Zimmer appeared confident that Sendejo should be on pace to return in Philadelphia, saying Wednesday that "he'll be fine." The only player not practicing was defensive tackle Shamar Stephen, who sustained a knee injury against the Saints just weeks after hurting his ankle in Green Bay. -- Courtney Cronin
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