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Which coaches do we want to keep and which ones would we like to see go?
Peronally, I would like to see Chaney, Graham, and Pittman stay.
The rest I am up in the air on whether to keep or not. Including Sunseri, I love the guy, but not so sure about the defense.
What say you guys?
This post was edited by Subwayvol 18 months ago
Pittman is the main guy I want to keep and I'm not sure it's close
Chaney ain't staying, if he does he isn't calling plays. Gruden will call the plays more then likely like Lane did. But I agree Graham, Pittman, and I'd like to keep Ansley or Hinshaw.
Graham and Pittman are the only ones worth keeping, IMO. Who wants to throw it deep on 3 and 1? If you do, keep Chaney.
Pittman and Graham hands down and Ansley is high in my book as well FWIW. Dont think Chaney would stay over 3 different Head coaches
OC/QB - Jeremy Bates
RB - Jay Graham
WR - Darin Hinshaw or Tee Martin
OL - Sam Pittman
TE/ST - Richard Bissaccia
DC - Raheem Morris
DL - Warren Sapp
LB - Sal Sunseri
DB - Derrick Ansley
Come on Beazy 60% of the time it works everytime
def pittman and graham and im also in favor of ansley....... chaney is an idiot
I'm all for that staff right there. Warren Sapp would be a heck of a recruiter and Sunseri is a much better LB coach than DC.
Jay Gruden will be a candidate for a NFL head job. No way he comes here for an OC job.
Keep Graham, Pittman, Ansley. Hire Raheem Morris as DC
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U went dreaming big there. Id say keep Graham Pitman hinshaw palmero.
Not even sure Sapp has his degree.
I like Palermo, Chaney, my favorite is Hinshaw,Graham, and Ansley.
I highly doubt he does. He has too much baggage as well. Recruits would know who he is though.
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