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Posted 29 January 2007 - 11:51 AM

Just some stuff...some things to think about...possible FA pickups...and whatnot...

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Even though Seahawks WR Darrell Jackson enjoyed a strong season, leading the team in receptions and touchdowns, we hear it's far from a slam dunk that the team will retain his services in '07 after obtaining both Deion Branch and Nate Burleson last offseason and benefiting from the improved play of underrated D.J. Hackett.

After seeing him slow down this season and eventually take a backseat to second-year WR Vincent Jackson, the Chargers may not bring back veteran WR Keenan McCardell.

Cam Cameron's departure for the Miami head-coaching job is considered a significant loss for the Chargers. Cameron is credited with helping Drew Brees emerge as an elite quarterback and getting Philip Rivers up to speed in his first season as a starter, but insiders really appreciated his ability to exploit opponents' weaknesses and spread the ball around with creative play-calling. The first two in-house options who will be considered to replace Camerson are RB coach Clarence Shelmon and WR coach James Lofton, but Marty Schottenheimer is likely to take a look around the league before making a decision.


Just hoping Daddy Schott isn't thinking about hiring Baby Schott...you don't suppose that is why he pulled out of the Miami consideration?
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Posted 29 January 2007 - 11:58 AM

QUOTE (HurricaneJet32 @ Jan 29 2007, 12:26 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Just some stuff...some things to think about...possible FA pickups...and whatnot...
Just hoping Daddy Schott isn't thinking about hiring Baby Schott...you don't suppose that is why he pulled out of the Miami consideration?



you cant interview for "lateral moves" when you are under contract can you?? I thought you can only interview for a headcoaching job if you are an OC or DC....but you cant go from one teams OC to another's when under contract. Not sure but I think I heard that somewhere. Even if we wouldnt give them permission to talk to him about a lateral job...we gave him permission to talk to the dolphins because it was an opportunity for him to become a HC and advance his career.

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Posted 29 January 2007 - 10:49 PM

QUOTE (VILMAmazing51 @ Jan 29 2007, 12:33 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
you cant interview for "lateral moves" when you are under contract can you?? I thought you can only interview for a headcoaching job if you are an OC or DC....but you cant go from one teams OC to another's when under contract. Not sure but I think I heard that somewhere. Even if we wouldnt give them permission to talk to him about a lateral job...we gave him permission to talk to the dolphins because it was an opportunity for him to become a HC and advance his career.


I'm talking out of my ass here...but I believe if they made him an Assisstant Coach/Offensive Coordinator it is legally possible.

That being said I'd be extremely surprised to see anything of the sort happen.
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