Originally posted on Shutdown Corner  |  Last updated 1/10/12
Sal Alosi, the former New York Jets assistant coach who resigned in 2010 after intentionally tripping an opponent, is returning to the sidelines. He will join former NFL coach Jim Mora at UCLA, serving as the team's coordinator of strength and conditioning. During a Jets' punt return in a December 2010 game, Alosi stood with his feet spread widely on the sideline in an obvious attempt to trip Miami Dolphins' special teamer Nolan Carroll. The incident was caught on camera, a national furor erupted and Alosi briefly became the NFL's public enemy No. 1. He was later suspended without pay for the team's remaining three regular season games and assessed a fine of $25,000. The team was fined $100,000 by the league for the "competitive violation." Alosi resigned after the season. He'll return to football as part of Mora's new staff at UCLA. Alosi previously worked with the former Atlanta Falcons coach during the 2006 NFL season, the lone year of his career that wasn't spent with the Jets....
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