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Look for Jets to focus on staff to develop Sam Darnold after horrid season               http://www.espn.com/blog/new-york-jets/post/_/id/78594

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Ranking the NFL head-coach openings          http://www.espn.com/nfl/insider/story/_/id/25664054

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Rich Cimini   ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Packers coach Mike McCarthy is expected to interview for the Jets' head-coaching vacancy, a source confirmed (NFL Network first to report). McCarthy might be the most coveted coach on the market, and he's said to be intrigued by the Jets. CEO Christopher Johnson said he won't give total control to a head coach, so presumably McCarthy is OK with the current organizational structure. The Jets also are planning to interview former Lions and Colts coach Jim Caldwell, a source confirmed (SNY). Other known candidates are Eric Bieniemy (Chiefs), Todd Monken (Bucs) and Kris Richard (Cowboys).

>   http://www.espn.com/nfl/team/_/name/nyj/new-york-jets

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Antonio Brown a bad fit for Jets, despite what Jamal Adams says            http://www.espn.com/blog/new-york-jets/post/_/id/78726

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Rich Cimini     ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' interest in former Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury, reported by Yahoo Sports, probably is a case of them wanting to pick his brain on philosophy/trends related to offense. Teams do that during the interview process, trying to gather info. While Kingsbury is known as an innovative offensive mind with his Air Raid system, he wouldn't be a good head coach for the Jets. He failed to win at Texas Tech and has no NFL experience. He'd generate a lot of buzz in New York, but it wouldn't result in many wins.

>  http://www.espn.com/nfl/team/_/name/nyj/new-york-jets

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NFL legend's case for Jets hiring Mike McCarthy           https://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/jets/ny-sports-brett-favre-sam-darnold-mike-mccarthy-20190102-story.html

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Is Mike McCarthy the best option for the Jets ?  Why ex-consultant Charley Casserly thinks they don't have to get offensive guru as head coach | Q&A           http://s.nj.com/U2edaSe 

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Rich Cimini    ESPN Staff Writer 

From all indications, the Jets had positive meetings Friday night and Saturday with former Packers coach Mike McCarthy. The lines of communication will remain open as the team continues to interview other candidates. I think McCarthy remains in play for the Jets. The Jets are in Dallas today to interview Cowboys DB coach Kris Richard. They also could meet with Baylor coach Matt Rhule. They have Bucs OC Todd Monken on Tuesday.

>   http://www.espn.com/nfl/team/_/name/nyj/new-york-jets

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Rich Cimini  ESPN Staff Writer 

Kliff Kingsbury would be a solid offensive coordinator for the Jets, but it would be a reach to hire him as the head coach. He has no NFL coaching experience, has no concept about defense and would have trouble building a staff. At Texas Tech, he coached Patrick Mahomes and Baker Mayfield (briefly). That's fine, but it doesn't mean he's ready to be an NFL head coach. Nevertheless, the Jets are interested. He'd be a risky, way-outside-the-box hire.

>   http://www.espn.com/nfl/team/_/name/nyj/new-york-jets

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NFL Draft 2019 : Which teams could trade with Jets for No. 3 overall pick ?   Giants ?   Jaguars ?   Redskins?            http://s.nj.com/cuKq6oI 

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Jets coaching search: Pros and cons for all 8 candidates | Kliff Kingsbury, Mike McCarthy, Adam Gase, Matt Rhule, Jim Caldwell, more http://s.nj.com/2NNb3FK

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Rich Cimini      ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike McCarthy is interested in only one head-coaching vacancy — the one belonging to the Jets, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. Do the Jets want him? He'd be the safest choice because he's the most qualified candidate, but the team is in evaluation mode after having interviewed the eight candidates on its list. Decision time. Do they conduct a second-round interview (or interviews) or do they make a choice? Right now, I'd say it's between McCarthy, Adam Gase, Matt Rhule and Todd Monken.

>   http://www.espn.com/nfl/team/_/name/nyj/new-york-jets

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Breaking down the Jets' offseason roster needs         https://jetswire.usatoday.com/2019/01/10/new-york-jets-needs-nfl-offseason-2019/ via @thejetswire

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