How unpopular has Terrell Owens become? Even British Petroleum refuses to lobby for his return to the NFL. Teams continues to go out of their way to say that they have no interest in Owens. You almost start to wonder if the Omaha Nighthawks of the UFL would take him – and they take anybody.
Posts Tagged ‘Hue Jackson’
The Ravens hired Jim Zorn as quarterbacks coach, according to a team source, and will announce the move soon.
The Raiders hired Hue Jackson, the quarterbacks coach in Baltimore last season, as their new offensive coordinator.
John Herrera, a senior executive with the Raiders, said Monday that the team remains undecided on Tom Cable‘s status for the 2010 season, and the talks between the coach and owner Al Davis are ongoing.
Raiders owner Al Davis has interviewed at least two candidates for positions on the staff this week, and both have ties to coach Tom Cable. Despite published reports, however, the team has not interviewed anyone for the head coaching job.
Is Tom Cable still coaching the Raiders? Nobody is saying, but there are reports that owner Al Davis is interviewing his potential replacement.
Baltimore Ravens quarterbacks coach Hue Jackson will interview for the Oakland Raiders’ offensive coordinator job, according to league sources.
Posted: Thursday, July 23rd, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Al Davis, Bill Belichick, Bill Parcells, Cam Cameron, Drew Brees, Hue Jackson, JaMarcus Russell, Jerry Jones, John Beck, Josh Freeman, Mike Brown, Mike Singletary, Ozzie Newsome, Randy Moss, Ray Lewis, Reggie Bush, Sean Payton, Tom Brady, Troy Smith
Opinions on Michael Vick‘s future are varied, with some coaches and executives even suggesting the UFL as the best immediate option, though others are adamant that he’s worthy of a quarterback spot in the NFL if/when he is cleared to return by the league and rounds into shape.
After weeks of looking, the San Francisco 49ers finally found their man. They hired Jimmy Raye as their offensive coordinator, league sources said Wednesday night.
San Francisco’s offensive coordinator search has moved slower than its head coaching search, but the 49ers could be zeroing in on a candidate. Ravens quarterback coach Hue Jackson is back in San Francisco today, interviewing for the 49ers offensive coordinator job for the second time.
The 49ers are interviewing and hiring a lot of coaches with connections to Michael Vick. Is this a signal that the 49ers are preparing a run for the enigmatic QB?