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Old 02-09-2008, 10:35 PM   #31
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Old 02-09-2008, 10:41 PM   #32
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espn.com is saying Gary Reynolds who went down to Texas A & M with Mike Sherman might be a fit. Apparently he is familiar with the Holmgren style offense
Interesting. Mike Sherman is someone I wouldn't have minded as our head coach

Don't know anything about Gary Reynolds

How about Brett Favre retires and comes here?
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Old 02-09-2008, 10:57 PM   #33
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Interesting. Mike Sherman is someone I wouldn't have minded as our head coach

Don't know anything about Gary Reynolds

How about Brett Favre retires and comes here?
Like I said, people who we've never heard above before are probably going to get a look. Love the Brett Farve idea.
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Old 02-09-2008, 11:17 PM   #34
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they are likely allowing Zorn to pick his OC.
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Old 02-09-2008, 11:41 PM   #35
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Yeah I'd be willing to say that it's probably gonna be someone none of us have heard of and he's probably gonna be someone Zorn knows pretty good.
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Old 02-10-2008, 12:02 AM   #36
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Does it really matter? I expect Zorn to call the plays and be the defacto offensive coordinator.
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Old 02-10-2008, 12:12 AM   #37
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Former Seattle Seahawks running back Sherman Smith is in his 13th year as the Titans' running backs coach and his second year with the Assistant Head Coach title.

This year, Smith will be counted on to direct a young group of talented runners to become dependable cogs for the offense. Second-year running back LenDale White and rookie Chris Henry will compete for carries this fall and each will be counted upon to carry part of the rushing load for the Titans this season. This will not be the first time the organization has called upon Smith to mold a talented rusher. Eddie George came to the Oilers as a Heisman Trophy winner, started his first game with the team and ended his tenure as the organizationís all-time leading rusher.

Last season Smithís group of runners helped amass the sixth-highest rushing total in team history and fifth in the NFL for 2006, as the Titans gained 2,214 yards on the ground. The yards per carry for the season (4.72) established a new franchise mark, besting the previous high of 4.61 yards per carry set in 1992. Travis Henry accounted for the majority of the yards with 1,211 and LenDale White added another 244 yards in his rookie campaign.

Between 1996 and 2003, Smith helped Eddie George evolve into one of the all-time great running backs in NFL history and the all-time leading rusher in Titans/Oilers history. In 2003, George became only the 17th running back in NFL history to reach 10,000 career-rushing yards and only the second to reach the mark without missing a game (Jim Brown). His rushing total of 10,009 yards in his first eight NFL seasons ranked seventh on the NFL's all-time list behind Eric Dickerson, Emmitt Smith, Barry Sanders, Walter Payton, Jim Brown and Curtis Martin. In his tenure with the team (1995-2006), the Titans rank ninth in the NFL in rushing over that time period and have produced nine 1,000 rushers.

A former standout during his collegiate career at Miami (Ohio) University, Smith coached the running backs at his alma mater for two seasons (1990-91) before moving to Illinois. With the Illini, Smith served as tight ends coach from 1992-93 and added running backs coach to his title in 1994.

After joining the Seahawks as a second-round draft choice in 1976, Smith went on to play nine years in the NFL. Smith led a fledgling Seahawk team in rushing in each of his first four seasons, finishing his Seattle tenure with 3,429 yards and 28 touchdowns on 810 attempts, as well as 210 receptions for 2,445 yards with 10 touchdowns. Smith left Seattle among the all-time rushers in Seahawks history before closing out his NFL playing career with the San Diego Chargers from 1983-84.

As a quarterback at Miami (Ohio), Smith led the Redhawks to the Mid-American Conference crown in his final three seasons while compiling a 33-1-1 record.

In 1985, Smith began teaching in the Northwest where he coached (basketball and track) and taught at Redmond Junior High and coached football at Redmond High School before returning to the college level as a coach in 1990.

A native of Youngstown, Ohio (11/1/54), he and his wife, Sharon, have two grown children: daughter, Shavonne, who is an elementary school teacher in Nashville, and a son, Sherman, who graduated with an engineering degree from Miami (Ohio) and currently works in Rockford, Ill.

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Old 02-10-2008, 02:54 AM   #38
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Mariucci as OC? ... Hey, Zorn has already said he is going to install the West Coast Offense...
I would not be mad at that at all.
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It's all about the West Coast Offense... according to NFL.com.... Zorn has already said he is going to shake up the team by installing it....

so who's out there, besides Mariucci, with WCO experience? Byner has NONE
George Seifert?
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Old 02-10-2008, 02:58 AM   #40
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Regardless unless Synder covinces Fassel to accept another OC job, I doubt we'll have heard of the guy that gets assigned to the OC role next year.
Our best bet would be to have Fassel take up the offense, and thats if he would want to do that.

A head coach with the west coast offense, and then you would would ahve another offensive minded coach with a veritcal component to the passing game to compliment the short passing style of the WCO.
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Old 02-10-2008, 08:37 AM   #41
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fassell,if he would agree to mentor and help zorn along in developing as a head coach.how about billick???
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I agree with SS about Zorn doing both jobs if at least not a heavy hand in it. I think we are looking at Bugel or Grimm, local names who would accept a secondary role in the offense.
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Old 02-10-2008, 09:50 AM   #43
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Russ Grimm or someone with West Coast Offense experience who gets along with Zorn to groom Jason Campbell in this system. It's worked for some of the best Quarterbacks to play in the NFL.
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Former upper deck beer salesman Larry "Toot-Toot" Jones named OC"

NextLevelTalk.com • View topic - Congrats to Jim Zorn .. New redskins Head Coach

This just in: Dan Snyder announces the hiring of his new Offensive Coordinator to go with his new head coach. Former upper deck beer salesman Larry "Toot-Toot" Jones will take over the reigns for the Redskin$ offense next season. Asked about his qualifications, a source close to the negotiations said "he was the only guy willing to take the job. As a matter of fact, he thought the interview was a free screening of 'The Hottie and the Nottie' Toot-Toot has no agent, but he is currently represented by his mother. Calls placed to a number listed in her name were actually to a Papa Johns in Glen Burnie. NLT News has been unable to find any contact information for Toot-Toot. More information on this breaking story as it becomes available.
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Old 02-10-2008, 10:36 AM   #45
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Sherman Smith. However, I want Buges to stick around as "assistant HC" to run the line and run interference w/ Danny. Buges and Blache need to take Zorn under their wing. I think both of them are in a unique position to help Zorn because both have been around, are respected by Snyder and the players, and neither want to be a HC anywhere (let alone DC).
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