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Posted 25 Jan 2015HC-Todd Bowles
Asst HC/LB coach-Mike Caldwell
Outside LBs-Mark Collins
DB coach-Joe Danna
DL coach-Pepper Johnson
WR coach-Karl Dorrell
QB coach-Kevin Patullo
OL coach-Steve Marshall
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Posted 25 Jan 2015
Quote@AlbertBreer ∑ 15h 15 hours ago
The Jets are hiring Bears nat'l scout Rex Hogan as their director of college scouting. Chicago has released him from his contract.
Quote@AlbertBreer ∑ 15h 15 hours ago
The Jets are also hiring Rams scout Brian Heimerdinger to a prominent front-office role. St. Louis let him out of his deal.
QuoteAlbertBreer ∑ 15h 15 hours ago
Consider all this a win for new Jets GM Mike Maccagnan. Generally, a new GM can't shape group until after the draft. Maccagnan doing it now.
Posted 13 Jan 2015@AdamSchefter 5m5 minutes ago
Jets are hiring Todd Bowles as their HC, per source.
Posted 9 Jan 2015
QuoteWoody Johnson's new vision for the Jets is coming into focus less than two weeks after the owner hit the reset button on his franchise.
Johnson, team president Neil Glat and consultants Charley Casserly and Ron Wolf have targeted Texans director of college scouting Mike Maccagnan to be the next general manager, according to sources, in the first step of an organizational restructuring plan designed to get the Jets back on the right path.
Johnson and the Jets brain trust brought Maccagnan back for a second interview on Friday. The Daily News has learned that Maccagnan and Jets brass will have dinner Friday night before an official decision is made.
Casserly & Co. could conceivably bring in an experienced contract negotiator/front office executive to complement the new GM's skill set.
If Maccagnan gets the job, he'll have plenty on his to-do list starting with identifying his new head coach.
Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, the most coveted head coaching candidate on the market who has interviewed with five teams, has told friends that the Jets are his top choice, according to sources. The Jets have strong interest in bringing Quinn aboard.
Quinn, who interviewed with Jets brass last week in Seattle, wants Kyle Shanahan, who parted ways with the Browns on Thursday, to be his offensive coordinator in New York, sources said.
Quinn has told friends that he would like former Buccaneers GM Mark Dominik, who has been an ESPN analyst for the past year, to join the operation. The Jets have reached out to Dominik for a possible role, but have not yet scheduled an interview, according to sources.
Dominik has received endorsements from high-level executives across the league in the past week, according to sources. His cap and contract management was one of his strengths as Bucs GM from 2009-2013.
The Jets preference has been to first hire a general manager, who would help fill in the blanks. Maccagnan would play a central role in re-shaping the front office if the Jets select him.
Posted 25 Dec 2014
QuoteThe word has been circulating for weeks now around the NFL that John Idzik is out as the general manager of the Jets. This week, it became clear Idzik will be fired Monday when it surfaced Jets owner Woody Johnson has lined up Charley Casserly to serve as a consultant in the rebuilding of his franchise.
Now, the question is: Where do the Jets go from here?
This is unlike two years ago when Idzik was hired. Back then, the Jets job was unattractive because of Johnsonís insistence on keeping Rex Ryan as coach, a bad salary-cap situation and Johnsonís desire to trade Darrelle Revis.
This time around, the Jetsí job looks like a good one. The new GM is going to be able to hire a coach, have more than $40 million in salary-cap space that needs to be spent to hit the CBA-stated minimum and possibly a top-5 draft pick.
After speaking with a number of league executives, agents and observers, I have come up with a list of possible candidates. I divided the list up into categories.==
Any of the top guys I'd be interested in. Former GMs that I would want to take a look at is Scot McCloughlan, hes known as one of the very best talent evaluators in football. He brought the 49ers and Seahawks a lot of talent, problem is he battles a drinking problem. He'd be a upgrade over Idzik though. Tom Heckert might be interesting, hes a known talent evaluator. Chris Ballard and Nick Caserio are the hot young guys that are rising.
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