RANDY CROSS – 1/4/16
CBS Sports Network football analyst

“I kind of joked about the San Francisco thing. I hope for (Kelly’s) sake that the doesn’t do that out there. But I think he’ll have a job right away, yeah, and he’ll do it in the NFL. I think eventually he’s going to win. He’s going to be real good. Let’s remember: They’re not firing a guy after a failed three-year experiment where he went 4-12 or 5-11. The guy was 10-6 the first two years and had a losing season and now he’s gone. So I think he’s a guy that’s going to get this thing down. The culture part of it, the dealing-with-adults part of it might have come back to bite him in the butt, but that’s something he’s going to learn from. (It’s) not terribly unlike what Bill Belichick went through early on in Cleveland.”
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NFL Network reporter

“I don’t think you fix some of the things that happened there. I don’t think that all gets taken care of overnight, but I do believe that the people there in that building are smart. I think they are well-intentioned, and I think the tension that was created in that building was the cause of a lot of problems – and now they’ve got time to sit down and sort all this out.”
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PHIL SAVAGE – 1/5/16
Former Browns GM

“One of the real issues there, in my opinion, is that when they fire people, they fire both sides of the building, so there’s never any carryover whatsoever in any part of your football operation. I know when I came from the Ravens, we always kept the front office side of the building in place. They basically just changed the coaches, and you look at the Ravens over the last 20 years, their scouting structure is the same that it’s bene virtually for 20 years, whereas it’s just been the coaching side of the place that has changed.”
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Steelers radio analyst, former QB

“They knew what to expect there, they just didn’t know if they were going to have LeVeon Bell. They didn’t want to run into the same situation that they did last year, by losing LeVeon in Week 17 against the Bengals facing the Ravens without a running back. Ironically, we’re almost in the same situation we were in last year. DeAngelo, he is day-to-day, they’re going to leave the door open for him. It’s going to come down to a game time decision. I don’t expect him to practice all week. They will probably put him through an intense pre-game workout and if he’s ready to go, they’re going to go with him. If not, they’re prepared to go with Fitzgerald Toussaint.”
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Ravens radio analyst

“I cannot stand Pittsburgh because they’re our rival, but I detest with a passion the Patriots – the most arrogant, pain-in-the-ass fan base known to man. So I’ll go ahead and give the Kansas City Chiefs (some love).”
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Panthers WR

“With the mindset that we had – take care of our business each and every week – our heads were down and we were working. We looked up and we were 14-0. At the end of the day, that was a tough loss for us. A lot of guys, I know that locker room was very quiet after the game. We had put so much hard work into each and every week, and that week was no different and we lost to those guys. We were just eager to get back on the field and show what type of team that we are.”
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BART SCOTT – 1/8/16
CBS NFL analyst

“I think last year with all the talent and all the hype and all the anticipation when you first got the job, you look at the roster and said, ‘Man, this team is loaded.’ You think about Vincent Jackson, (Mike) Evans, Doug Martin, you bring in (Josh) McCown. I don’t understand why Mike Glennon isn’t more highly regarded. I think he’s a solid player, just as good as a Sam Bradford or a Nick Foles. He’s kind of like the forgotten man.”
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LARRY FOOTE – 1/8/16
Former Steelers LB

“There’s probably going to be staring contests, some four-letter words are going to be flying around. Hopefully we don’t have the microphones too close to the field. After the first couple series, quarter, then it’s time to play football.”
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