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CHAN GAILEY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Jets sign running back Stevan Ridley to one-year deal

The chance to play under Chan Gailey was apparently too much for Stevan Ridley to pass up. After reportedly receiving offers from the Redskins and the Dolphins, the 26-year-old Ridley has chosen the... [Click headline for full story]
Via AFC East Daily
18 days ago  |  Discuss

TOJ Film Room – Chan Gailey’s, Offense Part 1

The New York Jets have officially announced Chan Gailey as the team’s next Offensive Coordinator. This may seem like a strange hire. Gailey hasn’t coached since 2012 and his Head Coaching stints were nothing, if not underwhelming.  Even so, many around the league consider Gailey to be a strong offensive mind. TOJ’s Dalbin Osorio took a look at Gailey’s career here. Today...
Via Turn On The Jets
January 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Chan Gailey finally signs on dotted line for Jets

After a slight delay, it finally happened. Chan Gailey is the New York Jets' new offensive coordinator.The official announcement came Tuesday, a day or so after reports surfaced that Gailey's pending marriage with the team was being held up by negotiations and may in fact not happen.The former Buffalo Bills coach Gailey was a main target for new Jets coach Todd Bowles, who replaced...
Via AFC East Daily
January 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Chan Gailey hired as Jets' offensive coordinator

NEW YORK (AP) The New York Jets have hired Chan Gailey as their offensive coordinator, a move that had been expected since Todd Bowles became head coach last Wednesday. The 63-year-old Gailey was out of football the last two seasons after being fired as Buffalo's coach following the 2012 season. But Bowles had targeted Gailey early to be a part of his coaching staff, which is beginning...
Via AP on Fox
January 20, 2015  |  Discuss

The New York Jets just announced their new offensive coordinator on Twitter

One week after the New York Jets made Todd Bowles their new head coach, the team’s settled on an offensive coordinator. We have named Chan Gailey our offensive coordinator- http://t.co/8UdBAC3oJu pic.twitter.com/jdCPvEsNpp — New York Jets (@nyjets) January 20, 2015 Gailey was the head coach of the Buffalo Bills from 2010-2012 and has spent the past two seasons out of football...
Via cover32 - Jets
January 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Negotiations holding up Chan Gailey joining Jets

At the end of last week, by most accounts, Chan Gailey to the New York Jets was a done deal. According to the offensive coordinator prospect, those assumptions were premature.The former Buffalo Bills coach Gailey is stuck in limbo with Gang Green, and ESPN reported earlier Monday that a deal may not happen. NJ.com followed up with Gailey, who said that while "two or three" other...
Via AFC East Daily
January 19, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Jets – Is CJ Spiller A Fit?

Reports recently surfaced that CJ Spiller could be interested in signing with the New York Jets to reunite with Offensive Coordinator Chan Gailey. With Gailey calling the plays for Buffalo back in 2012, the former top-10 pick had his breakout season, running for 1,244 yards and 6 TDs, with a yards per carry average of 6.0 and grabbing 43 receptions for an additional 459 yards...
Via Turn On The Jets
January 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Chan Gailey Can Make Geno Smith a Starting QB

The one sure thing about NFL prospects is that none of them (sans Andrew Luck) are ever a sure thing. The NY Jets are a team that has been burned in player evaluation more than almost any other team in sports, let alone the NFL (see: Gholston, Vernon; Hill, Stephen; Sanchez, Mark). And that's exactly why the team under new head coach Todd Bowles shouldn't be so quick to write off...
Via Pro Football Spot
January 16, 2015  |  Discuss

AP source: Chan Gailey to be Jets' offensive coordinator

NEW YORK (AP) A person with knowledge of the situation says former Dallas and Buffalo head coach Chan Gailey will be the New York Jets' offensive coordinator under new coach Todd Bowles. Gailey was out of football the last two seasons after being fired as the Bills' coach after the 2012 season. But Bowles, who was officially hired by the Jets on Wednesday, is making him a part of...
Via AP on Fox
January 14, 2015  |  Discuss

For better or worse: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

After looking like a genius with Chan Gailey’s players, Paul Johnson has settled into an average tenure with the Jackets. Over the last four years the Jackets have never won less than six games and they’ve never won more than eight. They consistently finish 4-4 or 5-3 in the conference. Will the Jackets be better or worse than they were last season? First let’s take a look...
Via College Football Zealots
July 17, 2014  |  Discuss
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