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In a story Nov. Phillip Gaines Jersey . 8 about NFL coaches whose jobs are at risk, The Associated Press erroneously reported the Los Angeles Rams record and the number of times Mike McCoy led the San Diego Chargers to the playoffs in his first two seasons. The Rams are 3-5, not 3-6. McCoy led the Chargers to the playoffs once, not twice.A corrected version of the story is below:NFL Halfway: Jags Gus Bradley could be first coach to goThe Gus Bus might be first to hit the roadBy ROB MAADDIAP Pro Football WriterThe Gus Bus might be first to hit the road.This was supposed to be the year Gus Bradley turned the Jacksonville Jaguars into a contender. After going 12-36 in his first three seasons, Bradley got a one-year contract extension through 2017. That came with heightened expectations.After all, the Jaguars spent more than $350 million (nearly $150 million guaranteed) in free agency the last two years to sign 10 starters. They assembled a roster of talented young players.All signs pointed toward a major step forward. Instead, the Jaguars are 2-6 and headed nowhere in the weak AFC South.There have been at least six coaching changes in the NFL in each of the past six offseasons. Bradley could be the first to go this season, and theres no guarantee he makes it through the second half.Here are other coaches on the hot seat:REX RYAN: The Bills havent made the playoffs since 1999, the longest drought in the NFL. Ryan vowed to end that streak when he took over last season. He failed in his first try, going 8-8. Ryan fired offensive coordinator Greg Roman after a 0-2 start this season, but he could be in trouble if Buffalo (4-5) has a losing season.CHIP KELLY: The 49ers have lost seven in a row since opening the season with a shutout win over the Rams. Kelly has three years left on his contract and the 49ers fired Jim Tomsula one season into a four-year deal after 2015, so its unlikely they would do it again. But if Kelly wants to return to college football, hell get a comfortable push out the door.JEFF FISHER: The Rams had four straight losing seasons under Fisher in St. Louis and theyre headed toward another one in their first season back in Los Angeles. If the Rams (3-5) dont turn things around in the second half, Fisher may not stick around to see the Jared Goff era.MIKE MCCARTHY: The Packers have reached the playoffs eight times in McCarthys 10 seasons and seven years in a row. But theyve had disappointing playoff losses since winning the 2011 Super Bowl and are 4-4 this season. Unless Aaron Rodgers gets them back on track, McCarthys time in Green Bay could be up.CHUCK PAGANO: The Colts (4-5) beat the Packers on the road to get back in the race in the AFC South. Pagano led the Colts to three straight 11-win seasons, but he was in trouble last year after going 8-8 with Andrew Luck missing a chunk of games. He signed a four-year contract extension in January, so that gives him some security. But Pagano may have to win a playoff game to stick around in Indianapolis.MARVIN LEWIS: The Bengals have reached the playoffs seven times in 13 seasons under Lewis, including the last five years. Theyre 0-7 in those games. At 3-4-1, Cincinnatis postseason run is in jeopardy. That could lead to the first coaching change since 2003.JOHN FOX: The Bears are 2-6 after going 6-10 in Foxs first season. Fox led the Panthers and Broncos to big jumps in his second year, but thats not happening in Chicago. He might not get a third season.JIM CALDWELL: The Lions are 5-4 after rallying for an impressive win at Minnesota. They won 11 games and reached the playoffs in Caldwells first season, but they started 1-7 in 2015 and needed a 6-2 finish to preserve his job. A collapse down the stretch could lead to Caldwells departure.TODD BOWLES: The Jets are 3-6 and reeling, a season after going 10-6 and narrowly missing the playoffs. Bowles could be gone if they continue to spiral downward.MIKE MCCOY: The Chargers tumbled to 4-12 last year after going to the playoffs in 2013 and finishing 9-7 in 2014, McCoys first two seasons. Now theyre 4-5 and another losing season could cost McCoy his job.---For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP-NFL---Follow Rob Maaddi on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP-RobMaaddi ;Kelvin Benjamin Jersey . -- Arizona knocked off some quality opponents, rolled over a few overmatched ones and grinded out victories even when things didnt go so well. Bruce Smith Jersey . At a Manhattan federal court hearing, attorney Jordan Siev said his law office has gotten more evidence nearly every day to support its lawsuit accusing MLB and Selig of going on a "witch hunt" to ruin Rodriguezs reputation and career. He said the defendants went "way over the line. http://www.thebillsgearshop.com/Bills-Jordan-Poyer-Draft-Jersey/ . A knee to the thigh might have stung him the most, but his sixth straight double-double made up for the brief burst of pain.NEW YORK -- If the Philadelphia Phillies are going to make a playoff push with another successful second half, this certainly was an emphatic start. Chase Utley, Domonic Brown and the rest of the Phillies came flying out of the All-Star break, scoring 11 runs in the first three innings Friday night on the way to a 13-8 rout of the New York Mets. "Obviously, that doesnt happen all the time. But going into the break we realized that we needed to win some games, so I dont think we all just sat on the couch for four days," Utley said. Philadelphia roughed up familiar foil Jeremy Hefner in its seventh consecutive victory at Citi Field and leapfrogged Washington into second place in the NL East, 6 1/2 games behind Atlanta. Michael Young hit a three-run homer, Utley had a two-run drive and Brown a solo shot as the Phillies (49-48) won their ninth in 12 games to move over .500 for only the second time this season. Philadelphia entered with a major league-best .616 winning percentage after the All-Star break since 2007. "Keep going. Keep going. Weve got to have a better record," manager Charlie Manuel said. "I think were definitely coming to the ballpark with the mindset that were going to win the game, and thats our No. 1 priority." While the Phillies have made themselves right at home in Queens, the Mets keep struggling in their own ballpark. Back on the field after hosting the All-Star game Tuesday for the first time since 1964, they fell to an NL-worst 17-28 at home. Utley tripled and drove in three runs on a 95-degree night that made Citi Field feel like a sauna. Delmon Young had three hits and Brown, fresh off his All-Star debut, tagged Hefner once again while adding three hits and two RBIs. Brown is 6 for 6 with two homers, a double, two walks and seven RBIs against Hefner in his career. "After four days off, to see the bats come alive like that, that was good to see," Brown said. "We had an early BP, everybody looked pretty good and we just took it into the game." John Mayberry Jr. also knocked in two runs, and every Philadelphia position player had at least one hit and scored by the third inning. The beneficiary of all that early offence was Kyle Kendrick (9-6), who came to bat before throwing a pitch. Handed an 11-0 cushion, he gave up six runs and nine hits in 5 2-3 innings. "Obviously, I needed it tonight," Kendrick said about the offensive outburst. "I like pitching in this weather. I just couldnt make a pitch, I felt like. ... But the offence picked me up." Kendrick, who threw a three-hit shutout April 26 at Citi Field, improved to 4-1 in five starts at the ballpark and 13-3 in his last 19 against NL East teams. Ramon Humber Jersey. "We left him out there too long. KK might have gotten a little dry inside," Brown said. Marlon Byrd hit a three-run homer, and David Wright had a two-run shot in the ninth for the Mets. Hefner (4-7) came in with a 1.76 ERA in his past eight starts, the best mark in the majors since June 4, but hes often run into big problems when facing the Phillies. Chased after getting only six outs, Hefner dropped to 2-3 with a 13.75 ERA in six career outings against Philadelphia. "I dont know what it is about the Phillies. I know how to get them out, I just need to execute," he said. With streaking centre fielder Ben Revere sidelined by a broken foot last weekend, Jimmy Rollins returned to the leadoff spot for the Phillies and got them off to a fast start. Rollins, who had been hitting third, has batted in each of the top three slots at least 20 times this season. "To me, the lineup weve got right now, thats where he goes," Manuel said before the game. Rollins singled to start the game and scored on Utleys one-out triple off the 408 sign on the centre-field fence. Brown hit an RBI single, Delmon Young drove in a run with an infield single and Mayberry added an RBI single before Hefner finally ended a 38-pitch inning that lasted 20 minutes. It only got worse in the third, when Philadelphia scored seven runs and batted around for the second time. Brown sent an 0-2 breaking ball into the second deck in right for his 24th home run. Darin Ruf doubled and scored when Byrd overran Delmon Youngs single in right field for an error. Mayberry smacked a run-scoring double that chased Hefner before Carlos Ruiz hit an RBI double off Greg Burke. Michael Young capped the outburst with a three-run shot to left. Utley added a two-run drive off Josh Edgin in the fifth to make it 13-3. "We always looked good on paper, and I thought it was just a matter of time before things started coming together," Brown said. NOTES: Mayberry made his 17th start of the season in centre, but assistant general manager Scott Proefrock said the Phillies are looking into "all sorts" of other options. "I wouldnt rule anything out," he said. "We havent had a situation that merited pulling the trigger at this point." ... 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