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Old 01-23-2012, 10:17 AM   #1
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One of the reasons our defense sucks every year is we change coordinators every year. Consistency goes a long way toward not making mental mistakes.

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Again, I wouldn't let them interview and every contract would have a non-compete.
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Old 01-23-2012, 10:27 AM   #6
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Its ridiculous that we would give a division rival permission to interview our DC...
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Its ridiculous that we would give a division rival permission to interview our DC...
You can't stop it if it's a promotion.
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You can't stop it if it's a promotion.
I don't think that's correct. the other team has to get your permission.
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I don't think that's correct.
It absolutely is correct. You cannot stop an assistant from interviewing for a promotion. Lateral moves are the only ones you can stop.
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I'd look for Winston Moss to be the favorite, given that their GM is a former Packer. They also have a history of pushing the minority angle.
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The NFL does not differentiate between levels of assistant coaches in its rules regarding their availability to interview with other teams. Whether the coach is a defensive line coach or an offensive coordinator, the rules are the same. If a team wishes to interview an assistant coach who is still under contract with another team for its head coaching position, the current team is required to give permission for the interview as long as it happens between the end of the team's season and March 1. After March 1, teams can still ask, but the current team is not obligated to give permission.



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It's comical at this point. You would think going young at DC with a first year guy would buy you a couple years no matter how great he did...but no. Another year, another new DC in 2012! Gotta figure the Raiders will favor him in a close contest just due to weakening a division rival.
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Old 01-23-2012, 10:36 AM   #14
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The NFL does not differentiate between levels of assistant coaches in its rules regarding their availability to interview with other teams. Whether the coach is a defensive line coach or an offensive coordinator, the rules are the same. If a team wishes to interview an assistant coach who is still under contract with another team for its head coaching position, the current team is required to give permission for the interview as long as it happens between the end of the team's season and March 1. After March 1, teams can still ask, but the current team is not obligated to give permission.



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So, he was right.
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Old 01-23-2012, 10:37 AM   #15
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Don't get me wrong, I'm excited about what Allen did this year and for his future.

But I'm not sure his performances warranted serious consideration for a head coaching job.
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The NFL does not differentiate between levels of assistant coaches in its rules regarding their availability to interview with other teams. Whether the coach is a defensive line coach or an offensive coordinator, the rules are the same. If a team wishes to interview an assistant coach who is still under contract with another team for its head coaching position, the current team is required to give permission for the interview as long as it happens between the end of the team's season and March 1. After March 1, teams can still ask, but the current team is not obligated to give permission.



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That almost makes it sound like the team has no choice but to let them interview.
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The NFL does not differentiate between levels of assistant coaches in its rules regarding their availability to interview with other teams. Whether the coach is a defensive line coach or an offensive coordinator, the rules are the same. If a team wishes to interview an assistant coach who is still under contract with another team for its head coaching position, the current team is required to give permission for the interview as long as it happens between the end of the team's season and March 1. After March 1, teams can still ask, but the current team is not obligated to give permission.



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Old 01-23-2012, 10:42 AM   #18
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The NFL does not differentiate between levels of assistant coaches in its rules regarding their availability to interview with other teams. Whether the coach is a defensive line coach or an offensive coordinator, the rules are the same. If a team wishes to interview an assistant coach who is still under contract with another team for its head coaching position, the current team is required to give permission for the interview as long as it happens between the end of the team's season and March 1. After March 1, teams can still ask, but the current team is not obligated to give permission.



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That is not correct. At least not for head coaching positions.

http://blogs.charlotte.com/panthers/...g-to-bucs.html

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Panthers offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski will interview with Tampa Bay on Tuesday, according to a source close to the man known as “Chud.”

Many fans have asked why the Panthers would allow Chudzinski to talk to a division rival.

In short, they don't have a choice.

NFL teams can't block assistant coaches from interviewing for head-coaching opportunities. So while Ron Rivera conceded recently he would be a bit “uneasy” if Chudzinski wound up in the NFC South, there's nothing Rivera can do to keep him from talking to the Bucs.
Besides, there's nothing stopping a coach from resigning.
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Again, I wouldn't let them interview and every contract would have a non-compete.
That would be dumb, because you can't attract top coaching talent if you won't allow them the chance to advance their career.
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yep, but it's based on time. Meaning that if someone wants your assistant; all they have to do is not wait until free agency starts. which never happens.
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That would be dumb, because you can't attract top coaching talent if you won't allow them the chance to advance their career.
If they're only going to be here for 1 year; what does it matter?
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That almost makes it sound like the team has no choice but to let them interview.
as long as it's before 3/1
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Whats the point in "giving permission" if you don't have a choice in the matter? Kind of a dumb formality.
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If they're only going to be here for 1 year; what does it matter?
What is the alternative? Hire mediocre guys so no one will take them from us? It's the nature of coaching. Talented coordinators are going to pursue head coaching opportunities. I guess the best bet would be to hire a guy who has failed as a head coach, like Spags or Wade Phillips.
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What is the alternative? Hire mediocre guys so no one will take them from us? It's the nature of coaching. Talented coordinators are going to pursue head coaching opportunities. I guess the best bet would be to hire a guy who has failed as a head coach, like Spags or Wade Phillips.
The alternative is you hire a coach; make him better and keep him here until his contact is up under proper rules. But the NFL owners have basically yanked non-competes from the contract. Of course you'll have to pay a little more to attract better coaches.
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