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ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Jacksonville Jaguars have hired Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley as their next head coach.
“His intangibles and leadership abilities are exceptional,” said GM David Caldwell. “Gus is who the Jaguars need now and in the future.”
There was some speculation that Caldwell was waiting for 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman to become available, but apparently that wasn’t the case. It’s worth noting that Bradley is only defensive-minded coach to be hired so far. All of the other teams have gone with offensive coaches, which is really a sign of the times.
Bradley has done a great job with the Seahawks defense. Their unit is among the best in the league, thanks in large part to Bradley. Jacksonville has plenty of holes to fill on their roster and it’s not going to be an easy process.
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ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Seattle executive John Idzik is the “clear frontrunner” for the Jets’ general manager position.
Pittsburgh’s Omar Khan and Jets assistant GM Scott Cohen are also in consideration for the job.
Schefter adds that Idzik could be announced as the team’s next general manager at some point Thursday night.
The Jets have had a hard time...
Jedd Fisch, the current Miami Hurricane offensive coordinator is being reported as the next Jacksonville Jaguar head coach per Adam Schefter.
Another college coach has turned pro. University of Miami OC Jedd Fisch will become Jaguars’ OC, reuniting with Jacksonville HC Gus Bradley.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 19, 2013
This will be a huge loss for the Miami Hurricanes...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the San Diego Chargers have hired former Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy as their next head coach.
The Chargers are obviously sticking with an offensive-minded head coach, but McCoy really deserves a lot of credit for what he’s done with the Broncos the last two seasons. He was able to restructure the team’s offense to fit Tim Tebow’s...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Chicago Bears have hired former Saints interim head coach Aaron Kromer as their new offensive coordinator and offensive line coach.
Kromer’s resume is below, per Wikipedia.
It was reported earlier that Gus Bradley will be the Philadelphia Eagles’ new head coach. It looks like that report was premature.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Bradley will arrive in Philly today for a second interview and is also scheduled to meet with the Jaguars.
Even though nothing is certain, I think...
Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting Thursday night on Twitter that the Arizona Cardinals have decided to hire Bruce Arians as their next head coach nearly one year after the Pittsburgh Steelers decided not to retain him as their offensive coordinator.
Arians spent the 2012 season as the offensive coordinator and interim...
And the carousel quickly begins winding to a close.
Multiple outlets, including ESPN's Adam Schefter and Fox Sports say the beleaguered Jacksonville Jaguars have found a new head coach.
That man is now former Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley. Details are still being ferreted out, but the announcement is expected to be made sometime Thursday...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter via Twitter, the Cleveland Browns have hired NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi as VP of Player Personnel. Initially Schefter reported that Lombardi was hired as GM of the Browns, but shortly updated his report to say Lombardi’s title will be VP – Player Personnel.
Browns hired Michael Lombardi as their new GM.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter...
ESPN.com‘s Adam Schefter was asked where he could see WR Greg Jennings playing next year seeing as he’s unlikely to be back in Green Bay next season.
Schefter mentioned that the Dolphins are a “logical fit” for Jennings, considering that Jennings played for Miami head coach Joe Philbin while they were with the Packers.
“The Dolphins are desperate at wide receiver and have...
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On Tuesday, ESPN‘s Adam Schefter reported that the Broncos had fired defensive backs coach Ron Milus, due in part to the secondary’s meltdown in Denver’s 38-35 double overtime loss to Baltimore in the divisional round of the playoffs. After further digging, it turns out Milus “clashed” with members of the secondary and was not going...
Ron Milus coached the secondary in Denver from 2000-03 and again from 2011-12. (photo: Associated Press)
ESPN’s Adam Schefter has just reported that the Denver Broncos have fired defensive backs coach Ron Milus. This release comes after an extraordinarily bad showing in last weekend’s divisional game at home against the Baltimore Ravens.
Milus was in the second season of his...
Marc Trestman likely received all he could ask for on Tuesday for his 57th birthday.
The Bears brought three candidates to Halas Hall in Chicago for a third interview on Tuesday. Tuesday evening, only one was been left standing. Sources have confirmed that Marc Trestman, former head coach of the Montreal Alouettes, will accept the head coaching job in Chicago.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter...
Ray Horton won't be back as the Cardinals' defensive coordinator. FOX Sports Arizona confirmed Friday that Horton and the team have parted ways following the hiring of new coach Bruce Arians.
The 42-year-old Horton had been considered one of the frontrunners for the Cardinals' head coaching job he was the first to interview for it after overseeing the defense for the...