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Posted: Wednesday January 11, 2006 9:55AM; Updated: Wednesday January 11, 2006 9:55AM
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Herman Edwards' refusal to answer questions about his departure from the Jets has angered some people in the organization. "I was disappointed in Herm," one team official told The Star-Ledger yesterday. "I thought he would take the high road (and discuss his departure). He went out there to Kansas City and now he thinks everything is just going to go away. It doesn't work like that."
-- Newark Star-Ledger

The biggest question looming at Arrowhead Stadium was the status of offensive coordinator Al Saunders. He jetted off to Detroit to interview for the Lions' head-coaching vacancy. Saunders' name has also popped up in Oakland's search to replace Norv Turner. He's expected to have a second interview at Houston, too. Chiefs president/general manager Carl Peterson said he'd like to see Saunders stay but that the decision ultimately rests with Herm Edwards.
-- Kansas City Star

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Chiefs assistant offensive line coach Irv Eatman said Tuesday night that he was let go in a late-afternoon meeting with new coach Herm Edwards. Eatman said Edwards is going with a smaller staff, and that required the elimination of some positions. The Chiefs had two coaches for both the offensive and defensive lines in 2005.
-- Kansas City Star

Former Rams head coach Mike Martz is scheduled to interview Friday in New Orleans for the Saints' vacant head-coaching job, according to league sources.
-- St. Louis Post-Dispatch

On the same day the Vikings named Mike Tomlin their defensive coordinator, they received permission to speak with Packers quarterbacks coach Darrell Bevell, who appears to be coach Brad Childress' top choice to become offensive coordinator.
-- Minneapolis Star Tribune

The Dolphins are looking to take the next step from a good team to a great team, they're planning to build an indoor practice facility, and they're promising to announce initiatives that will impact fans. Owner Wayne Huizenga has chosen Bryan Wiedmeier to oversee much of that. Wiedmeier, 46, was promoted to club president and chief operating officer Tuesday.
-- Miami Herald

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