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Brian Schottenheimer is set to accept an offer to become the St. Louis Rams' offensive coordinator, the NFL Network reported Sunday night, citing sources.
The source said all that was left to make the move official was the completion of the contract.
Schottenheimer told the New York Jets on Tuesday that he would not be returning as offensive coordinator next season after six years in the position, and the team quickly moved to replace him with former Dolphins coach Tony Sparano.
Schottenheimer, 38, had spoken with the University of Alabama about its vacant offensive coordinator position on Friday, and reportedly began his interview with the Rams on Sunday morning.
According to the NFL Network, Schottenheimer and new coach Jeff Fisher spent Sunday night discussing the role.
Fisher, 53, parted ways with the Titans last January after more than 16 seasons, during which he established Tennessee as a regular playoff contender and took the 1999 team to the Super Bowl, losing 23-16...
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Brian Schottenheimer is expected to be the next offensive coordinator of the St. Louis Rams.
NFL.com, citing a league source, reported that new Rams coach Jeff Fisher had offered the job to Schottenheimer, who parted ways with the New York Jets after this season.
Former New York Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer is interviewing with the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, a league source told NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora.
With Brian Schottenheimer and Dirk Koetter opting to remain at the NFL level, Alabama has decided to pluck its new offensive coordinator from the collegiate ranks. According to Tom Dienhart of the Big Ten Network, Doug Nussmeier will become the Tide’s new coordinator. The hiring, if it comes to fruition, comes a few days after…
St. Louis Rams new head coach Jeff Fisher is reportedly meeting with New York Jets former offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, hoping to strike a deal that would bring him to Fisher’s new staff.According to ESPN, the two will meet Sunday to discuss the position. Schottenheimer interviewed with Alabama head coach Nick Saban Friday for the opening offensive coordinator spot...
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According to Adam Schefter, Brian Schottenheimer will be offered the job to join Jeff Fisher’s staff as the offensive coordintor. Schefter reported that Schotty met with Fisher until 10:45 ET, and another meeting is … [visit site to read more]
Report:Schottenheimer To Be Offered Rams OC Job - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site...
A league source tells Michael Lombardi of NFL.com that Jeff Fisher, who will be the Rams head coach in 2012, has offered former Jets coach Brian Schottenheimer the offensive coordinator position on his staff and he is expected to accept the position.
It was also reported earlier this morning that Fisher will also lure Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams away from New Orleans...
Sam Bradford of the St. Louis Rams has had three offensive coordinators in his three first years in the NFL. The newest member of the team is Brian Schottenheimer, the former offensive coordinator of the New York Jets. Once rumored for the Jacksonville Jaguars head coaching position once the position was filled the Jets quickly removed the coordinator and son of legendary coach Marty...
The reports have been flying in since Sunday and they initially suggested that Brian Schottenheimer, the former offensive coordinator for the New York Jets, would accept a coordinator job with the St. Louis Rams.
Schottenheimer was booted out of New York after his offense finished 25th in the NFL (average yards per game), but he was interviewed by Rams head coach Jeff Fisher...
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