Sunday February 8, 2009
Arizona Cardinals: We hear linebackers coach Bill Davis is the leading candidate to become defensive coordinator.
Colorado: Our sources tell us that Colorado head coach Dan Hawkins in interested in former Syracuse offensive line coach Chris Weisehan and a Kansas City Chiefs assistant for the offensive line job.
Georgia: Head coach Mark Richt has added the title of "running game coordinator" to offensive line coach Stacy Searels.
Friday February 6, 2009 (Update 3)
Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals have dismissed defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast.
Florida Atlantic: Wide receivers coach Darryl Jackson will be promoted to offensive coordinator. Former offensive coordinator Gary Nord accepted the same job at Purdue over a month ago.
Indianapolis Colts: We hear the Colts have hired Larry Coyer as defensive coordinator.
Kansas Wesleyan: Passing game coordinator Ryan Mills has been promoted to offensive coordinator.
Northwestern: Lafayette College assistant Bob Heffner is joining the Northwestern staff.
Syracuse: We hear Doug Marrone is close to hiring Bob Casullo as tight ends / special teams coordinator.
Texas Tech: Texas Tech officials and head coach Mike Leach have reached a stalemate on a contract extension.
Friday February 6, 2009 (Update 2)
Kansas City Chiefs: Arizona Cardinals offensive coordinator Todd Haley has just accepted the head coaching job with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Maryland: There is a report that Maryland will announce that offensive coordinator James Franklin is the designated successor to head coach Ralph Friedgen. Franklin coached at Maryland from 2000-2004. He returned this past season as offensive coordinator / assistant head coach.
Friday February 6, 2009
Buffalo: Our sources tell us Liberty University linebackers coach Robert Wimberly has accepted the same position at Buffalo.
Kansas City Chiefs: There is a report that the Chiefs have offered the head coaching job to Arizona Cardinals offensive coordinator Todd Haley.
Mississippi State: Recently hired quarterbacks coach at Elon University, Scott Sallach, has accepted the tight ends job on Dan Mullen's staff at Mississippi State. Sallach and Mullen graduated college together.
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Northwestern: FootballScoop has confirmed that Northwestern has hired Bob Heffner to coach the tight ends / fullbacks.
Rice: Head coach Dave Bailiff has signed a new 5-year contract.
ULM: We hear former New Mexico defensive coordinator Troy Reffert will take over as defensive coordinator at Louisiana-Monroe.
Virginia: Chad Wilt has been hired as defensive line coach. Wilt previously served as defensive line coach / special teams coordinator at Liberty University.
Washington Redskins: Liberty University offensive coordinator Scott Wachenheim has accepted the tight ends job.
Thursday February 5, 2009 (Update 2)
Cleveland Browns: As we reported earlier, former San Francisco 49ers assistant George Warhop is the new offensive line coach.
Iowa State: We hear Paul Rhoads has hired Curtis Bray as the new defensive line coach. Bray previously served as the linebackers coach at Temple University under Al Golden.
Northwestern: Tight ends / fullbacks coach Adam Cushing will take over as offensive line coach. Head coach Pat Fitzgerald will look for a replacement to coach the tight ends / fullbacks.
Tampa Bay Bucs: We hear Princeton University tight ends coach Chris Mosley will be joining the Tampa Bay staff. Mosley has worked for Jeff Jagodzinski in the past.
Earlham College: a member of the NCAC, is looking for a full-time assistant coach with offensive line experience. Preferences are being given to candidates with video experience as well. I have attached their advertisement on their web site. http://www.earlham.edu/jobs/assistantfootball.html