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Potential Coaching Candidates

I am starting a Potential Coaching Candidates series...

I will serve up some guys who could possibly land some of our openings....

I will start with Offensive Coordinator....

Please share your suggestions in the comments section on the peticular positiion at hand.

Offensive Coordinator -

Mike Miller - Arizona Cardinals - Passing Game Coordinator

Mike Miller is 39yrs old. He started in the NFL as an Offensive Asst. with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1999-2003. Then Offensive Asst. with the Buffalo Bills from 2004-2005. In 2006 he held two positions, one as QB/WR coach with the Berlin Thunder(NFLE) and Defensive Line Coach for Robert Morris University(where he holds a Masters in Education). After working with Ken Whisenhunt in Piitsburgh he hire him on for the Arizona Cardinals in 2007. 2007-2008 he was the WR coach under Whisenhunt and Todd Haley. The Cardinals WR success is widely known. After the departure of Todd Haley, Mike Miller was promoted to Passing Game Coordinator....This is a young guy who doesnt have his own Offensive identity yet. A guy who Haley can work with and teach him his system. Having a realtionship with Haley could be the determining factor in this hire.

Hue Jackson - Baltimore Ravens - QB Coach

Hue Jackson is 44yrs old. He has coached 14yrs in the college ranks. His most recent college gig was Offensive Coordinator at USC from 1997-2000. In 2001-2002 he was the Washington Redskins RB coach, in 2003 he was promoted to Offensive Coordinator under Steve Spurrier. Jackson was the only coach Spurrier ever gave play calling duties to. After Washington Jackson was hired by Marvin Lewis in Cincinnati to be the WR Coach. He held that position from 2004-2006 coaching Chad Johnson and TJ Houshmandzadeh. TJ being a 7th round draft pick flourshed under Jackson. In 2007 Jackson was hired on to be the Atlanta Falcons Offensive Coordinator. He did that for one season...as he was on Bobby Petrino's staff...enough said. After that fiasco he was hired on to be the Baltimore Ravens QB coach in 2008. Baltimore drafted Joe Flacco with their 18th pick in 2008. He led the Ravens to the playoffs and became only the 3rd Rookie QB in NFL history to win his first playoff game. ....Hue Jackson is a proven play caller. He has proven his teaching abilities in the NFL. He is a young guy who can join Todd Haley and start the job rolling.

 

 

 



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