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St. Louis Rams to interview two more offensive coordinator candidates

The Rams are reportedly setting up interviews with two more offensive coordinator candidates: Rob Chudzinski and Nathaniel Hackett. Colts asst to the HC, Rob Chudzinski, is eligible to interview for OC jobs starting Tuesday. 49ers and Rams both want to talk to him. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 26, 2015 Prime candidate in motion… RT @jthom1: Nathaniel Hackett will...
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Jaguars keep replaced coach with cancer under contract

With the addition of Doug Marrone to the Jacksonville Jaguars coaching staff — the former Bills head coach was named assistant head coach/offensive line coach Tuesday — the team now has a glut of men charged with coaching the offensive line. Along with Marrone, the Jaguars also have Luke Butkus, who coached the O-line in...Read More The post Jaguars keep replaced coach with...
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Doug Marrone puts the ass in assistant coach

Days after guiding the Buffalo Bills to their first winning season in a decade, coach Doug Marrone abruptly walked away from his contract, as was his right during a three-day window at the year’s end. It was a stunning move, but one that made sense if he somehow managed to have something better lined up elsewhere. Otherwise, he was just a completely delusional idiot. And now we...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: When the whole internet laughed at Doug Marrone’s career choices

I wonder when Doug Marrone walked out on the Buffalo Bills if he thought that he was going someplace better. If so, he was wrong. Really wrong. Today we learned that the former Bills head coach will become the offensive line coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Yes, those Jaguars. Since the news broke Bills fans and basically the whole internet has been mocking Marrone for his career...
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Doug Marrone Opted Out of Bills Contract to Become Jaguars Offensive Line Coach?

In a clear sign that things were not going too swimmingly in Buffalo as the Bills head coach, Doug Marrone has indeed moved on to the Jacksonville Jaguars as the team’s offensive line coach.  This news comes three weeks after Marrone left a $4 million contract for the 2015 season on the table by opting out of his contract in Buffalo. There had been league-wide speculation that...
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Doug Marrone Finally Finds Employment

So much for the rumors that Doug Marrone had another head coaching job in his back pocket. Marrone opted out of his Bills contract and many assumed he was in contact with another team seeking to fill their head coaching vacancy, namely the New York Jets. The Jets filled the job, as did a slew Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Report: Jacksonville Jaguars bring in former Bills head coach Doug Marrone

The Jacksonville Jaguars are reportedly bringing in a guy who was supposed to be highly sought after this offseason. Doug Marrone found a gig: assistant head coach/O Line in Jacksonville. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) January 20, 2015 The #Jaguars are hiring Doug Marrone as associate head coach and OL coach, source said (as @MikeGarafolo reported) — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet...
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Doug Marrone reportedly ‘failed to close the deal’ during interview with Jets

After opting out of his contract with the Buffalo Bills in a surprising move last week, Doug Marrone reportedly didn’t make a convincing argument that he should be the next head coach of the New York Jets, according to the New York Daily News. Marrone reportedly “failed to close the deal in his interview” on...Read More The post Doug Marrone reportedly ‘failed to close the...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Doug Marrone: “A very dangerous person to have inside the building.”

Former Buffalo Bills head coach Doug Marrone — who may be headed to the New York Jets — is a control freak and an average coach who rubbed many people the wrong way, according to a report from the New York Daily News’ Manish Mehta. Marrone, who had a 15-17 record with the Bills and no playoff appearances, interviewed with the Jets on Saturday after opting out of the final...
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Bills players react to Doug Marrone opting out of contract

The Buffalo Bills are without a coach on New Year’s Day after Doug Marrone decided to part ways with the team on Wednesday. Because of the situation surrounding the ownership of the Bills when he was hired, Marrone had a clause in his contract that allowed him to opt out within three days of season’s...Read More
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

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