After some headline-making comments by offensive coordinator Chan Gailey caused some confusion and controversy last week, coach Todd Bowles clarified things a bit Wednesday.
Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
The New York Jets’ quarterback competition appears over before it even got started.
Ever since the Jets were mentioned as a possible landing spot for offensive coordinator Chan Gailey they were spoken of in the same breath as pending free agent running back C.J. Spiller.
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 Todd Bowles targeted Gailey early to be a part of his staff, which is beginning to take shape.
C.J. Spiller, who will be a free agent after the season concludes, played for Gailey in Buffalo from 2010-12, and he likes the idea of reuniting with his former coach.
One place new Jets coach Todd Bowles won’t compare to Rex Ryan is at the podium. Doesn’t matter. Let the words of late Raiders owner Al Davis say it for him: “Just win, baby!”
Thirteen months ago, the Jets rallied to save Rex Ryan’s job. It was obvious to Nick Mangold that history wasn’t going to repeat itself in 2014.
“I have great respect for him,” said former Steelers coach Bill Cowher, who had Gailey on his staff for four seasons. “I think he’s a very good playcaller. He knows how to get the very best out of what he has.”
It’s official: Doug Marrone is the Buffalo Bills’ new coach. The franchise released the announcement via text message on Monday, and a news conference at the team’s facility followed.
The Buffalo Bills have made Syracuse’s Doug Marrone their newest head coach.
Does Chan Gailey care when you lose your $30,000-per-year gig, that you were living check-to-check before massive layoffs? Does Mike Tannenbaum care that you can’t afford the COBRA premiums to keep your kids with health insurance?
It’s that time of year again — the time when NFL coaches are on the hot seat.
The NFL season has not even reached the halfway point, but the fire under the seat of 10 head coaches is already quite hot.
Without Darrelle Revis, the Jets are a team full of holes.