Snead was recruited to revamp the NFL franchise, which hasn't had a winning season since 2003.
Other than three notable new hires, most of the staff remains from last year.
Timothy Wolfe will become the 23rd president of the University of Missouri System when he takes office Feb. 15, 2012.
When it comes to love and relationships, can you really trust the experts, counselors and magazines? Why not take it from these 10 residents with more than 400 combined years of marriage among them?
Mike Farrall says attempting a canoe trip can be very insightful about another person's nature.
Take it from Mike and Priscilla Farrall: Doing the dishes can be kind of fun when the labor is divided.
Ed and Judith Chmielewski say that not talking about work can help relationships.
Ed and Judith Chmielewski say their balance between introvert and extrovert works well.
When Mary Ginsburg's husband, Larry, retired, she made sure to encourage his passion for painting. Now that Larry is gone, his art is still something she fondly remembers about him.
Retired teacher Jean Baldwin says getting into a relationship at your own pace is important.
Marilyn Arrington, who was married for 47 years, says it is most important to be kind.
Yvette Elmore has worked hard her entire life.
Kusum Chandrapal says volunteering at an orphanage in India taught her that everyone needs love.
Otie Kinnear has always counted on his wife, Imogene, to be by his side. Even after more than 67 years of marriage, Otie still drops everything he's doing to talk to her every morning.
Ten senior citizens with more than 400 years of combined marriage experience weigh in on what lessons they have learned about love over the years.