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“Like any coach on the sideline, Caldwell was just as responsible as his players on the field for achieving what he viewed as victory that day,” they wrote.
That was seven years ago, and while she has transitioned into executive leadership coaching, the prospect of doing good in a post-2020 world could convince her to come off the sidelines.
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Henne was last week’s hero, but he’s likely to be back on the sideline during Sunday’s AFC championship game if Mahomes, who also hurt his foot last week, completes the NFL’s concussion protocol.
A final driver forcing CEOs to come off the sideline is the expectation of today’s more politically engaged younger workers.
He completed 11 of 27 passes for 174 yards and two touchdowns, and he had a pick-six on a short pass to the sideline.
Combine for 466 yards nowadays, and speaking of the TV producers, they come to the sideline and run you the hell out of the stadium on a rail.
Two went for touchdowns, and another, a laser down the left sideline to Mike Evans, essentially sealed the win.
After another Browns three-and-out, memories of The Drive and The Fumble surfaced in every Cleveland household, and worry started to overtake joy on the visiting sideline.
Teams wear masks when they’re flying and, because of a rule instituted more recently, when they’re seated on the sideline to help prevent such exposure.
Brown also made a catch along the sideline against Humphrey for a 28-yard gain earlier on the drive.

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