N.eg it from orbit. It's the only way to be sure.
Yeah, this isn't good news for Bears fans that want Harbaugh, but it also isn't out of the realm of possibility that Harbaugh may have told the guy he hired that he would be a part of his staff at the NFL if he ended up taking a job, and the guy was cool with that, too.This could be telling. I don't think its as telling as the other assistants flocking to Ohio State with Day.
However- you could make the case a coach wouldn't go to Michigan if they didn't know Harbaugh wasn't staying. Its just one position coach and Harbaugh may have told him he wasn't sure if he was staying yet or not...but I doubt it.
It'll never be the right guy if we don't have the right QB. Hopefully that's Fields.Me either. They are going about this the right way. It does not mean they are going to hire the right guy but there is absolutely nothing wrong with interviewing the amount of candidates they have on the list.
I'm sorry. but this is ridiculous. The interviews are the most important part of this process and casting a wide net is not a bad thing.The more they talk to the better chance of them getting swindled again. See Emery, Trestman, Pace I could go on and on.
Stop hiring based on interviews, pick the best resume and move on.
Watson was pushing to go to Miami because of Flores, makes since if Texans hired him to try and keep Watson.Interesting take
Yes, he's an arrogant ass! BB junior in my mind, I think he stays there until BB retires.A former Bronco , DJ Williams, claims the Broncos were only successful initially under Josh McD because they filmed other team's practices.
His timeline is messed up because he claims it was when they were 6-0 and then went to London, but the 6-0 start and the London game were separate years. However the spying was apparently true.
McDaniels and the Broncos were each fined $50K in Mini-Spygate, and McDaniels was fired not long after.
Hard fucking pass on this flaming douchebag!!
Cook is one of the Browns’ top talent evaluators, and it’s easy to see why the Bears wanted to bring him in for an interview. He started out on the scouting side, where he was a pro scout with the Packers (2012-15) before joining the Browns as Assistant Director of Pro Scouting, and recently transitioned to the player personnel side with Cleveland last year.
As Vice President of Player Personnel, Cook works closely with Browns GM and Executive VP of Football Operations Andrew Berry. Berry has raved about Cook’s broad skill set and his ability to evaluate talent, manage the scouting department and his people skills.
Cook has a couple of connections to the Bears, starting with being a college teammate of former Bears great Devin Hester at Miami. Cook also spent time with the Chicago Cubs after he was drafted in the 46th round in the 2009 MLB draft. Bill Polian, who is on the GM search team, hired Cook as a scouting assistant with the Colts back in 2011.
My source at HH says Dodds is still the leader in this race, despite not having interviewed yet. Polian loves him and George is kicking himself over the Ballard fiasco. STAY TUNED!
- Kwesi Adofo-Mensah, vice president of football operations (Browns): Interviewed 1/13
- Morocco Brown, director of college scouting (Colts): Interview requested
- Ran Carthon, director of player personnel (49ers): Interview requested
- Glenn Cook, vice president of player personnel (Browns): Interviewed 1/12
- Ed Dodds, vice president of player personnel (Colts): Interview requested
- Jeff Ireland, assistant general manager (Saints): Interview requested
- Champ Kelly, assistant director of player personnel (Bears): Interviewed 1/13
- Omar Khan, vice president of football and business administration: Interview requested
- Joe Schoen, assistant general manager (Giants): Interview requested
- Rick Smith, former general manager (Texans): Mentioned as candidate
- Eliot Wolf, senior consultant (Patriots): Interview requested