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The New York Jets have put the wheels in motion to revamp its offensive staff, according to a source close to the team.New York struggled with the football this season, averaging 307.7 yards per game â€“ 27th in the NFL. Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, who signed a two-year deal heading into the season, is at the center of the reports. Schottenheimer has been mentioned in open head coaching talks, while Norv Turner and Josh McDaniels are rumored to be a replacement for him in New York.
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Rex Ryan expects Brian Schottenheimer to be back with the New York Jets next season unless the embattled offensive coordinator gets a head coaching job elsewhere.
Ryan says Friday that he puts Schottenheimer's return at ''probably 50-50'' because he believes there will be opportunities for the assistant to get a top job in the offseason. Schottenheimer has turned...
The New York Jets would have needed a lot of help to clinch a wild card spot on Sunday, so they decided not to complicate things. By losing to the Dolphins, the Jets closed out a disappointing season and failed to reach the postseason for the first time in three years.Â The biggest story of the day was the benching of Santonio Holmes.Â After the game, an unnamed teammate said Holmes...
Rex Ryan said Friday he expects Brian Schottenheimer to be back with the New York Jets next season unless the embattled offensive coordinator gets a head coaching job elsewhere.
MIAMI â€” Now what?
The Jetsâ€™ season ended in dramatic fashion yesterday with a 19-17 loss to the Dolphins. Now, the Jets have to figure out who goes and who stays in 2012.
The first question is whether offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer returns for a seventh season. Schottenheimer has taken the...
Rex Ryan expects Brian Schottenheimer to be running the New York Jets' offense again next season.
Ryan says he will do away with captains next season
Also, Tannenbaum comments on Plaxico Burress, contract
IN A MOVE that may not sit too well with their fans or Santonio Holmes, the Jets said Monday that Brian Schottenheimer will return as offensive coordinator next season â€” provided he doesnâ€™t land a head coaching job elsewhere.
Jets Coach Rex Ryan discussed his team and Brian Schottenheimer's future before the final game of the regular season.
The Jets will likely soon cut ties with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, but defensive coordinator Mike Pettine has now drawn interest from the Miami Dolphins as a head-coaching candidate.