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There are some great friggin’ names in there.

I don’t know these names. So I assume they’re the best. 

As long as Deshaun Watson approves. 

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Just now, mrcoops said:

He's been QB coach for a load of teams, and has also been OC for few teams including SF, Atlanta and the Raiders.

Really experienced coach and has a good history with QBs.

Tnx

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9 minutes ago, 68JET11 said:

What's holding up on some names to hear for DC and that staff.  I figured him being on the Defensive side he would have had that worked out before Offense... Just my guess.

maybe some on the 4 remaining teams?

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2 minutes ago, Lith said:

So, we are actually going to have a QB coach.  In addition to an offensive coordinator.  And a Passing Game cooordinator who is not doing double duty as a DB coach as Dennard Wilson was.

Nice.

I wonder what his plans are for DC & ST Coordinator?

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18 minutes ago, Mogglez said:
 

There are some great friggin’ names in there.

Calabrese was rumored to be a possibility to start at quarterback for the Broncos in 2020 for their game against the Saints after all of their quarterbacks were ruled out due to COVID-19 protocols and he took offensive practice reps. However, the NFL quickly shot down the idea.

A native of Islip Terrace, New York, Calabrese played quarterback at East Islip High School, where he broke the school records for career passing yards and touchdowns, set by former NFL MVP and Calabrese's mentor Boomer Esiason.

Calabrese played college football at UCF from 2008 to 2012. As a true freshman, he led the team in passing yards, completions, and passing attempts. After starting the first two games in 2009 as a sophomore, he was benched for Brett Hodges and spent the remainder of the season as a reserve quarterback. He suffered a serious knee injury as a junior in a game against Marshall and sat out his senior season. As a redshirt senior, he split time at both quarterback and wide receiver while taking on more of a mentor role.

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Only main O coaches left are a RB, WR and TE coach. It wouldn't be terrible if Saleh hired Heinz Ward and kept Cooter as RB coach. TE coach is a big hire because the Jets need to figure out if Herndon's potential can be unlocked.

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5 minutes ago, Sonny Werblin said:

Congrats to Gregg Knapp. If the Jets are sticking with Sam, Knapp will be Sam's FIRST QB coach. 

Has any other top 10 QB pick every gone through his first 3 seasons without a dedicated position coach?

That’s ****ed up

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18 minutes ago, mrcoops said:

Knapp as QB coach is a terrific hire.

Saleh means business - he is building a quality staff.

true/agreed !  😎.. i just hope our ownerS stay  OUT  of his way and allow him to do his job:beer:

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