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  • #31
    Of course you've got Leslie Frazier, Holmgren, Shanny and Cowher but these guys are little less well known.
    • Winston Moss (Packers LB Coach/ Asssistant Head Coach)
    • Kyle Shanahan (Texans Offensive Coordinator)
    • Todd Bowles (Miami's Secondary Coach/ Assistant Head Coach)
    • Bruce Arians (Steelers offensive coordinator)
    • Mike Mularky (Falcons offensive coordinator)
    • Pat Flaherty (Giants offensive line coach)


    And a little further in the future:
    • Casey Bradley (Seahawks defensive coordinator)- Young, fiery defensive mind who learned from Monte Kiffin and helped develop Rudd
    • Ron Rivera (Chargers defensive coordinator)- Won't get a call this year because the Chargers defense isn't playing well
    • Hue Jackson (Ravens QB coach and former Bengals WR Coach)- Credited with developing Flacco for Baltimore and Housh and Chad Johnson for the Bengals while helping develop Carson Palmer.
    • Pat Shurmer (Rams offensive coordinator and former Eagles QB coach for 11 years)- Developed McNabb, Kolb and helped with the success of Garcia and Feeley.
    • Sean McDermott (Eagles defensive coordinator)- Brilliant young defensive mind, and those aren't coordinators for very long. He was actually offered 2 defensive coordinator jobs and a head coaching job already.

    Also, does anyone else get the feeling that Holmgren is going to be a GM, not a coach? And if you need a GM, Eagles GM Tom Heckert has been getting calls for a while now and was actually offered the Browns GM spot, but he declined.
    Last edited by Thumper; 10-05-2009, 12:12 AM.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Thumper View Post
      Of course you've got Leslie Frazier, Holmgren, Shanny and Cowher but these guys are little less well known.
      • Winston Moss (Packers LB Coach/ Asssistant Head Coach)
      • Kyle Shanahan (Texans Offensive Coordinator)
      • Todd Bowles (Miami's Secondary Coach/ Assistant Head Coach)
      • Bruce Arians (Steelers offensive coordinator)
      • Mike Mularky (Falcons offensive coordinator)
      • Pat Flaherty (Giants offensive line coach)


      And a little further in the future:
      • Casey Bradley (Seahawks defensive coordinator)- Young, fiery defensive mind who learned from Monte Kiffin and helped develop Rudd
      • Ron Rivera (Chargers defensive coordinator)- Won't get a call this year because the Chargers defense isn't playing well
      • Hue Jackson (Ravens QB coach and former Steelers QB Coach)- Credited with developing Flacco and Big Ben.
      • Pat Shurmer (Rams offensive coordinator and former Eagles QB coach for 11 years)- Developed McNabb, Kolb and helped with the success of Garcia and Feeley.
      • Sean McDermott (Eagles defensive coordinator)- Brilliant young defensive mind, and those aren't coordinators for very long. He was actually offered 2 defensive coordinator jobs and a head coaching job already.

      Also, does anyone else get the feeling that Holmgren is going to be a GM, not a coach? And if you need a GM, Eagles GM Tom Heckert has been getting calls for a while now and was actually offered the Browns GM spot, but he declined.
      Hue Jackson?

      Mark Whipple Was Ben's QB Coach during Cowhers Tenure and once Tomlin took over it's been Ken Anderson since.

      Hue Jackson never even Coached in Pittsburgh...

      Team(s) as a coach/administrator
      2001-2002

      2003


      2004-2006

      2007

      2008-present Washington Redskins
      (Running Backs Coach)
      Washington Redskins
      (Offensive Coordinator)
      (Running Backs Coach)
      Cincinnati Bengals
      (Wide Receivers Coach)
      Atlanta Falcons
      (Offensive Coordinator)
      Baltimore Ravens
      (Quarterbacks Coach)

      Yeah, I play WoW too.[/CENTER]

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      • #33
        Sorry I got that mixed up, I knew it was a AFC North team. I meant to say he helped develop Carson Palmer and directly developed Chad Ochocinco.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Thumper View Post
          Sorry I got that mixed up, I knew it was a AFC North team. I meant to say he helped develop Carson Palmer and directly developed Chad Ochocinco.
          :)

          I'd say he had more impact in being credited with the guy that found TJ Houshmanzadeh and worked with him to become an impact WR.

          Yeah, I play WoW too.[/CENTER]

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