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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2016 9:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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He's just doing the normal, old, retired thing... moving to Florida.


I believe he lives in Jacksonville. It makes sense but he is 70 yrs old. Have to wonder how many years he can commit.
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Marv Levy was 72 when he retired from coaching. George Halas was 72 as well.

I do think Coughlin wouldn't be able to coach more than 3-4 years at most, but that may just be enough for him to get his successor in place just like he did with the Giants.

Coughlin, if he takes the job, will likely be the oldest NFL head coach ever by the time he's done.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 29, 2016 10:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Marv Levy was 72 when he retired from coaching. George Halas was 72 as well.

I do think Coughlin wouldn't be able to coach more than 3-4 years at most, but that may just be enough for him to get his successor in place just like he did with the Giants.

Coughlin, if he takes the job, will likely be the oldest NFL head coach ever by the time he's done.


I'd imagine that the Jags would push Coughlin to find a good young coach to serve as a mentor and eventual successor to allow for a smooth transition in a few years. Given the timeframe, Jackdonville needs to find a new QB this year or fully commit to Bortles. Unfortunately, there a lot of QB needy teams picking early.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 29, 2016 10:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

vikingsrule wrote:
disaacs wrote:
Marv Levy was 72 when he retired from coaching. George Halas was 72 as well.

I do think Coughlin wouldn't be able to coach more than 3-4 years at most, but that may just be enough for him to get his successor in place just like he did with the Giants.

Coughlin, if he takes the job, will likely be the oldest NFL head coach ever by the time he's done.


I'd imagine that the Jags would push Coughlin to find a good young coach to serve as a mentor and eventual successor to allow for a smooth transition in a few years. Given the timeframe, Jackdonville needs to find a new QB this year or fully commit to Bortles. Unfortunately, there a lot of QB needy teams picking early.


And without great QBs at the top of the draft, I fully expect that Bortles will be given another opportunity. I think they continue to draft and develop their defense.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 29, 2016 12:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Jags have loaded up on defense recently, if a talented pass rusher is there it will be hard for them to pass. I'm not sure how the OL is looking but I'd like to think LT could get consideration as well.
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Jason La Canfora reports that the 49ers have officially requested permission to interview DC Sean McDermott for their head-coaching vacancy.


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Matt Maiocco reports that the 49ers GM interview schedule consists of Packers execs Eliot Wolf and Brian Gutekunst on Thursday and Vikings exec. George Paton on Friday.


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Peter Schrager reports that 49ers’ brass is in Chicago and scheduled to interview Bills interim HC Anthony Lynn this afternoon.


http://nfltraderumors.co/49ers-head-coachgm-rumors/

It should also be of interest to Vikings' fans that Brian Gutekunst is the son of former Gophers' HC John Gutekunst.
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Breer says that keeping the offensive staff is “very much in play” for the Chargers and a candidates desire or willingness to continue working with OC Ken Whisenhunt would likely be viewed as a plus for them.


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Annie Heilbrunn reports that the Chargers are expected to interview Buccaneers DC Mike Smith for their head-coaching job Thursday.


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Ian Rapoport reports that Chiefs special teams coordinator Dave Toub will interview with the Broncos on Friday and the Chargers on Sunday.


http://nfltraderumors.co/chargers-head-coach-rumors/
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Josina Anderson reports that Cardinals OC Harold Goodwin is scheduled to meet with the Rams on Thursday and the Bills on Saturday.


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According to Ian Rapoport, the Rams are scheduled to interview Lions DC Teryl Austin for their head coaching job at the end of this week.


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Ian Rapoport
Sources: The #Raiders need a new offensive coordinator. Bill Musgrave not expected to return to the team for 2017. Had 6th ranked offense.

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I don't think he will be without a job for very long. It will be interesting to see the impact it has on the Raiders offense nextra year.
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why would they be getting rid of Musgrave? that offense was great
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That makes zero sense.
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Could Musgrave return to Minnesota?

He was the QB coach under Pat Shurmur in Philadelphia in 2014. He was also the QB coach in Atlanta while Zimmer was the defensive coordinator in 2007.
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SemperFeist wrote:
Could Musgrave return to Minnesota?

He was the QB coach under Pat Shurmur in Philadelphia in 2014.

Possible, but I would guess he ends up back in Atlanta when Shanahan ends up taking a head coaching job.
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Honestly wouldn't mind stealing him and Mike Tice from the Raiders...

wow, that was sad to say.
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He was dumped over insufficient playcard size....but seriously, it sounds kind of like a mutual parting...and I agree that he'll probably end up in Atlanta if Shanahan gets the Broncos job or in San Diego if Mike Smith gets the job there. He'd only end up in Minnesota if he doesn't get one of those OC jobs.
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