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Ken Shroy    957

Manish Mehta ‏@MMehtaNYDN

Jets will not retain QBs coach Matt Cavanaugh, per source.

Manish Mehta ‏@MMehtaNYDN

Matt Cavanaugh was informed this morning when he returned to the Jets facility that he wasn't coming back next season. #nyj

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Pac    26,335

don't forget:

Rich Cimini

Confirmed that Bills have requested permission from Jets to speak with DC Mike Pettine for same position, as reported by @footballscoop.

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T0mShane    90,802

Why the rush? Everybody knows it takes ten years and three high draft picks to develop a quarterback.

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Il Mostro    1,467

Why oh why is Sparano sitll a coach for this team????

Fat Tony is a token piece of dead meat being offered up to the new GM for slaughter.

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pointman    1,571

Why the rush? Everybody knows it takes ten years and three high draft picks to develop a quarterback.

Hey, Sanchez just needs another year or two of coddling. He is getting there.

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JetNation    4,273

With New York Jets owner Woody Johnson and head coach Rex Ryan set to meet the public tomorrow the team, coming as no surprise, has decided to part ways with quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh according to reports.

Cavanaugh received heavy criticism for quarterback Mark Sanchez’ regression during the 2011 season but was oddly retained even though the offensive coaching staff had been turned over with new coordinator Tony Sparano, probably next to be let go.  Sanchez took an even bigger step backwards during the 2012 season leaving the team no option but to part ways with Cavanaugh as their quarterbacks coach.

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Jetfan13    40,963

The Jets may still be searching for a new general manager, but they’re already making changes on the coaching staff. The Daily News has learned that quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh will not be retained for the 2013 season, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.

Cavanaugh, whose contract expires at the end of the month, appeared to be on thin ice after the 2011 season, but he survived the ax. Mark Sanchez was in a holding pattern, at best, after an uneven 2011 season, but the young quarterback regressed this season.

Rex Ryan and his staff returned to work on Monday after a nearly week-long hiatus. Cavanaugh was informed Monday morning when he returned to the team facility that he won't be back for next season, according to a source.

 

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SayNoToDMC    13,601

Like Sanchez, they needed a Schottenheimer free year to decide if he was a good coach or bad coach.

Takes at least 4 years to properly evaluate anything in the NFL. Hope they give Sparano more time to get in a rhythm

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JiF    125,349

Good riddance. He's the reason Mark sucks. I expect a drastic improvement from Sanchez next season.

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Ken Shroy    957

Good riddance. He's the reason Mark sucks. I expect a drastic improvement from Sanchez next season.

LOL, Your funny.

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Bleedin Green    73,955

It would be interesting to find out "who" within the Jets organization fired Cavanaugh? There is no GM and Rex is on a couples retreat in the Bahamas.

Technically he wasn't fired, he was just told he wasn't going to be offered a new contract (his current one expires in a few weeks). Besides, I'd imagine Rex is probably back at this point given tomorrow morning is the press conference.

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JayKwaz    1,330

This leads me to believe Gamble is already calling shots if coaches are being let go.

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jack48    6,362

I don't blame Cavanaugh for Marc. Marc just does not have what it takes. I blame the Jets for hiring Cavanaugh, whose only recommendation as a coach was that he was REx's buddy. Asisine.

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SayNoToDMC    13,601

I don;t blame Cavanaugh for Marc. Marc just does not have what it takes. I blame the Jets for hiring Cavanaugh, whose only recommendation as a coach was that he was REx's buddy. Asisine.

I think Sanchez turns the corner next year with a new QB coach and a year under his belt with Sparano's system. You gotta remember nobody has ever looked good in year one of a Sparano led offense. You already saw some flashes the second half of the season.

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Bugg    40,263

good

this guy was so bad he's the guy who made grumpy cat grumpy

What really did he have to work with, Sanchez?

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