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CoffeeNerdness

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Sirianni doesn't call the plays, but IIRC has been known to overrule his OC on play calls. At least in 2023.
 

Oil Can Dan

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Entering 2023 season Eagles coordinators years of coordinator experience - 1 year
Entering 2024 season Eagles coordinators years of coordinator experience - 25 years

More to it than just experience but this seems gooder.
 

Al Zarilla

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Assume they know each other through John?
John and Jim have passed guys back and forth before. Sorry, this is not free, but the headline says what I said.

Inside the Harbaugh Coach Exchange with Michigan ...
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Feb 13, 2022 — Jim and John Harbaugh have spent more than a decade supplying each other assistants between Michigan football and the Baltimore Ravens.
 

E5 Yaz

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On the flip side, the continuity for the Lions should really be a plus next season
 

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That feels like Schefter carrying water for the Washington FO to me.
Yeah, that doesn't pass the smell test. Why would he go back to an inferior job? If I were him, I would ask for some roster control (I work with the GM but the 53-man roster is my call) and a boatload of money.
 

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Schefter; “Sources familiar with the Commander’s process say that those grapes cost too much, had too little experience, and were sour anyway.”
 

Justthetippett

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Dan Campbell looks like he could explode any second and Ben thinks (knows) he’d be next in line to take over the team whose wins/season have shot up like Nvidia stock. I hope Campbell stays healthy though. He’s great for the NFL.
This is basically the second straight year he's said no to HC opportunities. It would be extremely interesting to pick his brain as to why. Last year I get, this year he could have essentially chosen his team and situation. It's pretty rare for these guys, especially when it's their first HC opportunity, to leave it on the table. He's either an advanced practitioner of "enoughness" or he has another plan in mind.
 

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Yes, but he only has two options. Maybe he doesn't like either of them enough to jump and he believes he'll have more opportunities later.
 

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Yes, but he only has two options. Maybe he doesn't like either of them enough to jump and he believes he'll have more opportunities later.
If he thinks the Cowboys or Eagles jobs might be open next season, that may be true. But unless he heard bad things about the group owning Washington, he really should have considered that job since they do have some weapons and will get their pick of one of the top three QBs. That looks like a potentially pretty good situation.
 

LoLsapien

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If you (Dan Campbell) are 37 years old, are very good at your job, enjoy where you're at, and you plan to work another 20-30 years in the league.... what's the rush?
 

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Pretty happy about this hire. He's done wonders with the Ravens defense. Hopefully he brings in a good OC as well.
 

Ale Xander

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Less hostility than I imagined, perusing some of the possible Sons of Majik Man Don sites. They are cautiously optimistic at the hire, mostly, and like the DB experience. But it seems mostly they are not familiar with him.
“Boston college? What division is that?”
 

Justthetippett

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I wonder if they offered this to Macdonald first and he chose SEA. Quinn obviously had some success and has earned a second shot, but I did not think it would be WAS.
 

Awesome Fossum

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Commie fans are in full melt down mode. Seems like they waited for Johnson and got burned. OC hire will be huge with presumably a rookie quarterback incoming.
 

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Commie fans are in full melt down mode. Seems like they waited for Johnson and got burned. OC hire will be huge with presumably a rookie quarterback incoming.
A meh hire as far as I can tell. I hope I'm wrong, and he is better than the 28-3 that everyone remembers him for. When you are the last dog at the bowl, there is not much left to pick from.
 

Justthetippett

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Besides Pete Carroll, Mike Vrabel, and BB?
The reports were they kept ruling these guys out, even once Johnson and Macdonald were off the board. That was a strange approach.

Wonder if he keeps Bienemy around? Wouldn't hurt the Pats to not have to compete with WAS for Kubiak and Fleury given the SF connection with Peters.
 

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Quinn and Morris getting jobs while Vrabel, BB and Carroll are without HC gigs is certainly something
It's a commentary on how teams want to set up their internal power structure likely. The guys who don't want personnel power are in, guys who want a significant say are out.