Found January 11, 2012 on Bucs Beat:
The strange coincidence of Marty Schottenheimer interviewing for the Bucs' head coaching post on the same day his son's resignation as Jets offensive coordinator became public was just too strange to ignore. But there are two problems with making any assumptions about Tuesday's independent events. Start with the obvious: Marty Schottenheimer doesn't yet know whether he's getting the Bucs job. The Bucs continue to emphasize there is not a front runner among the candidates they've already interviewed or plan to interview in the coming days. It appears more likely that Schottenheimer's decision was part of a shakeup of the Jets' offensive staff that reportedly includes the departure of offensive line coach Bill Callahan and receivers coach Henry Ellard. Another reason Brian Schottenheimer's decision seems unrelated to his father's job prospects: Brian already is pursuing other opportunities. The Birmingham News reported today that he is intervie...

Source: Jets told Schottenheimer to get another job or get out

And so Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer has resigned.  Yes, he has resigned. More accurately, he has “resigned.” Per a league source, Schottenheimer resigned after being told by the Jets to get another job, or get out.  With the Jaguars’ head-coaching job going to Mike Mularkey and no other team interested in Schottenheimer as a…

Schottenheimer won't return to Jets (AP)

Brian Schottenheimer has told the New York Jets that he will not return next season after six years as the team's offensive coordinator. In a statement released by the team Tuesday night, Schottenheimer says he made the decision "after much thought and consideration." Schottenheimer, the son of former NFL coach Marty Schottenheimer, has been highly criticized for the Jets'...

Brian Schottenheimer will not return to New York Jets

Brian Schottenheimer has informed the New York Jets that he will not return next season as the teams Offensive Coordinator. “After much thought and consideration, I have decided not to return to the New York Jets in 2012,” said Schottenheimer … [visit site to read more] Brian Schottenheimer will not return to New York Jets - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan...

Brian Schottenheimer resigns from Jets' staff

Brian Schottenheimer is off the hot seat and out the door.

Miami Dolphins: Tony Sparano lands on his feet

The NFL has its Rooney Rule, and it also the Retread Rule. Former Dolphins coach Tony Sparano, fired last month, has quickly resurfaced. He will reportedly be the nextoffensive coordinator for the New York Jets. Sparano replaces Brian Schottenheimer, who was fired. Sparano was 29-32 in three-plus seasons with the Dolphins. He made the playoffs his rookie season, but missed them...

Callahan leaving Jets for Cowboys

If Brian Schottenheimer takes a job somewhere else and isn't back as the Jets' offensive coordinator next season, don't look for Bill Callahan to slide into that position.

Jets Hire Sparano As Offensive Coordinator

With Brian Schottenheimer out and quarterback Mark Sanchez coming off a disappointing season, the New York Jets looked to Tony Sparano to right the ship, hiring him as the team's offensive coordinator. “When we sat down with Tony, I knew that he was the right person at the right time for our offense,” said Head Coach Rex Ryan. “I’ve admired his work as a competitor...

Jets officially name Sparano offensive coordinator

Just 12 hours after Brian Schottenheimer “resigned” from the Jets as offensive coordinator, New York just happens to have another guy ready to take the job. The team announced that Dolphins offensive coordinator Tony Sparano is officially the team’s new offensive coordinator. This was first reported by ESPN’s Chris Mortensen Tuesday night. It remains to…

Brian Schottenheimer out as Jets OC, Tony Sparano in

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Sparano gives Jets best Schott 

The Jets continued their overhaul of the offensive coaching staff on Wednesday by confirming that former Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano will replace Brian Schottenheimer as the new offensive coordinator.

Jets Won’t Retain WR Coach Henry Ellard or OLB Coach Jeff Weeks

While Brian Schottenheimer was the big name coach to be let go, the Jets have let go of some position coaches as well, per Brian Costello of the NY Post. Assistant head coach/offensive line coach Bill Callahan left the Jets to become the offensive line coach with the Cowboys, according to a source. Wide receivers coach Henry Ellard and outside linebackers coach Jeff Weeks were not...

Falcons offensive coordinator search to include Schottenheimer, Koetter

The Falcons said they will keep their coordinator search largely private, but names were bound to leak out to the media. NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora reports former Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, Jaguars offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter, former Ravens coach Brian Billick, and Packers quarterbacks coach Tom Clements are all candidates for the job.…

TOJ Wild Card Weekend Reaction

A collection of thoughts from wild-card weekend, most importantly starting with…No more of this! Spare us! Between this commercial, the rumors of Brian Schottenheimer returning as the New York Jets offensive coordinator, and watching the Giants continue to win…aren’t we suffering enough right now? I know you miss our Jets in the playoffs America, I can tell because the 10...
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