Sean was hired on January 11th.fire the rest Our man Mike Fisher wrote: “Welcome back to the NFL, Houston Texans. You’re almost a real, living, dynamic professional team again. … It’s all because of you An interview request for Sean Payton was filed.
Payton is the “King of the Prom” of this coaching merry-go-round, by far the most proven commodity among the “new” potential head coaches. We don’t really need to harp on his résumé, but… Payton helped lead the Saints to seven division titles, three NFC titles ( 2006, 2009 and 2018) and a Super Bowl XLIV victory.
Fish’s suggestion to the hapless Texans, should Payton really be interested?
fully control. Like Belichick. Like Popovich. Everyone else stay out of his way.
Fish’s Sean Payton column is here.
Jan 11 2 OC move? This Jets part ways with offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur, league sources tell CowboysSI.com… A shuffle is happening, as Dallas’ Karen Moore — “the smartest guy in every room!” — enters the coaching rotation as a candidate for Carolina’s top job.
January 10 Washington Fire The Washington commanders are searching for a new offensive coordinator after firing Scott Turner on Tuesday.
Turner, 40, coordinated the Commanders’ offense under Ron Rivera for three seasons, but Washington ranks 20th in total offense this season with 330.3 yards per game.
There are a number of candidates who could be associated with the job, but perhaps the most famous is former Denver Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett, who was named on Dec. 26 after going 4-11 in 15 games. get fired.
A big reason he was hired by the Broncos was his successful age-37 season leading Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers to an MVP award in 2021.
Rodgers is expected to be a free agent this offseason and may be looking for a change of scenery, especially after the Packers went 8-9 and missed the playoffs.
Rodgers had little hope of moving to Washington, D.C., in 2023, but he was interested in coming to the nation’s capital a year ago as he considered his future. But if he were to leave, bringing in his former offensive coordinator could elevate the Commander from a good team to one of the league’s elite.
Turner, of course, is the son of former Cowboys Super Bowl-winning coordinator and Washington head coach Noft Turner.
January 10: DQ response, HARBAUGH interview The Dallas Cowboys ended the regular season in a disappointing 26-6 loss to the Washington Commanders, but that hasn’t slowed interest in Dan Quinn as head coach in league circles.
But on Monday, Quinn himself “slowed things down” a bit.
“Anyone who asks you, you’re flattered, …” Quinn told the Star Monday of the Broncos’ interview request. “So just enjoying where my feet are, and then we’re going to (have) a kick-ass week.”
That’s a pretty standard response from a Cowboys defensive coordinator to a question like this, but it’s also the truth of how he runs his business. Yes, Quinn was once again a candidate for the Denver job, and he interviewed for the vacancy a year ago before Denver ultimately chose Nathaniel Hackett.
Simultaneously, On Monday, the Broncos visited Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh.Sean Payton is still high on their wish list.
January 9: KLIFF fired Last March, Texas native Kliff Kingsbury signed a six-year extension as the Cardinals head coach.
It’s all over now.
Kingsbury, who led the Cardinals to a 4-13 record, their worst record since arriving in Arizona, was fired.
Jan 9 Quinn Denver Request As first reported by NFL Network, Dan Quinn and the Cowboys received a request from Denver to interview the defensive coordinator.
Quinn was a finalist for the same position a year ago. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has vowed to have Quinn work at the Star again.
On January 8, LOVIE is out, and coach EAGLES is in? Houston Texans head coach Lovie Smith has been fired, and sources tell us the Texans and Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon will have mutual interest in the future.
Smith finished 3-13-1 in his lone season in charge.
Several league sources listed Gannon as a top potential starter for the Texans after he impressed in two interviews last season before the Texans removed Smith from the defensive coordinator position. Promoted down.
Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Ben Johnson and Broncos defensive coordinator Etsero Afro are other highly regarded candidates.
Jan. 8: Quinn vs.denver stadium Sean Payton’s staff have whispered that he’s not interested in the Denver Broncos. Jim Harbaugh was outspoken this week about his plans to stay at Michigan.
Both were… well… lying. What they actually decide to do affects the Dallas Cowboys’ coaching staff, especially defensive coordinator Dan Quinn and offensive coordinator Karen Moore.
Read all about it here.
January 8: Love is out? In the final game of another dismal season for the Texans, coach Lovie Smith’s job security is considered in serious jeopardy, sources tell us. Additionally, we’re told that if the job becomes available, Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon and Houston will have mutual interest. stay tuned…
January 8: Retirement of PEES? Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator Dean Pease is no stranger to hanging up the game sheet.
Pease, 73, the oldest coach in the NFL, has retired twice, once with the Baltimore Ravens after the 2017 season, changed course a month later to join the Tennessee Titans, and retired again two years later, finally in Returning to the coaching position after a break for a season Arthur Smith once served as the head coach in Atlanta.
If he retires again? This is an internal list of Falcons jumps.
January 2: “Stupid” move – Ron in danger? Commander’s Cowboys followed this story: “Stupid Coach Ron Rivera Fired by Dan Snyder?” It’s worth watching…all because of a commitment to Carson Wentz.
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