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Coaching changes?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Riverman, Jan 3, 2006.

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  1. Riverman

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    The Saints have been through enough.
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  3. GLinks

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    There are a lot of coaches about to bubble up once playoffs are through. I still think Schwartz has an outside chance of landing a HC job. That being said, the best DCs out there are going to want HC jobs, not DC jobs, in all likelihood, so I wonder who out there would attract our attention.

    Oh, and Edwards, it seems can be pried loose for draft picks, though we shouldn't trade Fisher (from another thread).
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  5. Nash

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    I saw the report on GNBreport.com about draft picks for Edwards, so I owe Hellblitzer an apology for saying he was wrong..I was wrong about this point
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    And me, too.
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  8. Bennett83

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    If Schwartz left for one of these coaching jobs why not promote McGinnis to DC? Then you are just looking for a linebackers coach.
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  9. Big TT

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    What about trying to lure Gunter Cunningham back from KC. I know the chiefs d was lacking but at least he likes an attacking style rather than the "death by a thousand slants" D that schwarzie prefers.:))
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    I read somewhere last year that GC liked to get in touch with his emotional side. Something about crying and I remember saying to myself, "there's no crying in football." I don't really want to go there.
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