With requesting an interview with the Eagles Eric BinemiThe Chief Offensive Coordinator is now 7-for-7 in meeting requests during this hiring period. However, the third year OC has again gone into issues on the interview circuit. in despite of Andy reidThe right-hand man, during the most successful period in Chief History, can go into the third cycle without a bienemi coaching job. It is trending in that direction, CBS Sports’ Jonathan Jones Tweets. According to Tony Palin and Benjamin Elbright of ProFootball Networks.com, Beeniemi did not give good interviews throughout the last year and faced similar issues during this cycle.
Texas, however, changed course and submitted a request to speak with Benemi, as he dealt with a dissident. Deshaun Watson, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, said the interview is in doubt. With the Chiefs at the end of the week, any team moving forward to meet with the Binemeys will have to wait until Kansas City’s season ends. If the 1-seeded chiefs make it back to the Super Bowl, the remaining jobs can be filled by then. Three teams have filled their positions; The Lions are expected to be appointed assistant to the saints soon Dan campbell; Billers can zero in on third-year OC Brian Daboll. This would leave only Houston and Philadelphia available jobs. Although Benamey was not his team’s primary play-caller, he was made an atypical HC candidate from the offensive side of the ball, it would certainly be strange if he dropped out of another dynasty without landing a coaching gig.
Here’s the latest from the coaching circuit:
- Be with Texas, He will interview another Bills coordinator later this week. They will talk with Buffalo DC Leslie Frazier Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle on Sunday Tweets. Frazier, a Buffalo defensive play-maker, has re-emerged on the HC radar after four seasons as Buffalo’s DC Sean McDermott. Texas for Support Frazier, building with La Canfora notes. As the Vikings finished Frazier’s three-plus-year run as their head coach following the 2013 season, he has been a coordinator for two teams (the Bucs and Bills) and the Ravens secondary coach in between.
- In hiring Arthur smith, To Falcon Almost certainly his offensive play-collar is in place. But he has identified a Smith right-handed man in the Beer Passing-Game Coordinator Dave Rugon. Chicago assistant with ESPN.com’s Jeremy Fowler has emerged as an early favorite to become Atlanta’s OC Tweet The Smith-Rugon partnership has a “good chance” of running the Falcons’ offense. Ragon has been with beer since 2016.
- Now he Chuck Pagano Is retired, Bear Looking for a new defensive coordinator. Defensive line coach Jay roaders And safari coach Sean Desai According to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport (Twitter), the top internal candidates to succeed Pagano are contact) is. Rodgers served as D-line coach John fox He was followed in Denver and then in 2015 in Chicago. Rodgers’ contract expires next week, and Rapoport said he hopes to be a DC candidate for other teams in the coming days.
- Marion hobby There will be a move for another AFC team’s defensive staff. Bengal Hiring an experienced assistant as its D-line coach, Ben Baby of ESPN.com Tweets. Hobby, who spent six seasons as co-defensive coordinator for Clemson under Dabo Swine, coached the D-line of the Dolphins and Jaguars in four seasons since then. Hobby was with Jacksonville when the team’s “Sacksonville” D-line scored a run for the AFC title game.