Sunday October 18, 2009
Washington Redskins: We hear a meeting has taken place this evening with owner Dan Snyder, GM Vinny Cerrato, and Jim Zorn. Cerrato apparently asked Zorn to give up the play-calling duties and focus on head coaching duties.
Saturday October 16, 2009
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Friday October 16, 2009
Idaho State: We are hearing the Idaho State plans to renew the contract of head coach John Zamberlin, despite a winless record this season. We hear the school will extend Zamberlin's contract for the next 2 seasons.
Thursday October 15, 2009
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Kansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs have demoted wide receivers coach Dedric Ward. Richie Anderson will now serve as wide receivers coach. It is unclear about the new role for Ward.
Georgia State: We are hearing that Georgia State has an assistant coaching job open.
Louisville: Michael Lombardi of the NFL Network is reporting that if Louisville makes a change, the school will make a strong push to lure Jon Gruden.
Wednesday October 14, 2009
Kentucky State: Our sources are telling us that Kentucky State officials have talked to at least 4 individuals regarding the head coaching position. We hear that Millsaps College defensive line coach Lane Powell is a candidate.
San Diego State: Head coach Brady Hoke has signed a 5-year contract for $3,250,000. Check out the details of the contract in Coaches Quick Hits.
Valdosta High School (GA): After losing to crosstown rival Lowdnes 57-15, Valdosta HS has notified head coach Rick Tomberlin that his contract will not be renewed next season. Valdosta HS is the nation's winningest high school football program. Tomberlin was givin the option to resign immediately or finish out the season. He has chosen to finish the season.
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