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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by mjf150 Originally Posted by saintz08 All information comes from our network of league sources. * The Chiefs are willing to give up draft picks to get Jets coach Herm Edwards. Given this one statement, I would question ...

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Old 01-03-2006, 12:30 PM   #11
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Re: RE: Coaches around the league Thread

Originally Posted by mjf150
Originally Posted by saintz08
All information comes from our network of league sources.

* The Chiefs are willing to give up draft picks to get Jets coach Herm Edwards.
Given this one statement, I would question the reliability of the "league sources" because since the Gruden to Tampa trade, the NFL has ruled that draft picks can not be traded for a coach.

See this for more details:
http://www.sptimes.com/2003/01/17/Bu...ft_picks.shtml
I always assume all coaching speculation is questionable .

A few years back the Chicago press announced the new head coach was a coach who had never interviewed for the job .
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Saints | Loomis not expecting job search to be difficult
Tue, 3 Jan 2006 10:13:28 -0800

The Associated Press reports New Orleans Saints general manager Mickey Loomis said he does not think the team will have a difficult time finding a replacement for Jim Haslett. "This is a good job," Haslett said. "Obviously, we have some challenges in front of us, but frankly I wouldn't want a head coach who's not willing to face challenges." Loomis added that he has some candidates in mind for the job, but would not mention them by name. He said the Saints' next head coach must have NFL experience and that interviews could begin within the next few days. "We're going to get the best coach available to us," he said. "He'll be the right man for our team, and we'll pay accordingly."

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Scratch Gregg Williams:

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The hottest name on the coaching carousel is officially off the market.

FOXSports.com has learned that Redskins defensive coordinator Gregg Williams has signed a record-breaking contract for an assistant to prevent him from interviewing for a head coaching post elsewhere. Sources close to Williams said early Tuesday that Williams agreed to a new three-year deal worth nearly $8 million, well above the financial terms for any coordinator in the NFL.
Williams also agreed not to interview for any head coaching openings this off-season but, according to the source, it doesn't preclude him from taking a gig next year. The source also said that the biggest overriding factor was the fact that his family loves living in the Washington, D.C. area and were ecstatic with the new deal.

Williams was a top candidate in Minnesota, St. Louis and Kansas City, although the Chiefs are expected to hire Jets head coach Herm Edwards

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Their goes Williams.
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I bet he wasn't on the Saints List, too much potential for a single season turn around
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I bet he wasn't on the Saints List, too much potential for a single season turn around

Oh..... just wait, the idiotic things Benson is going to do this offseason will shock and amaze everyone!!! Don't look for any decisions to be made that will help this team in the 06-07 season. He will draft some players that won't be ready until he gets them to San Antonio...and to replace Aaron Brooks...I see him picking up someone like Kurt Warner


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Old 01-03-2006, 02:57 PM   #17
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Sorry, but the NFL will never allow Benson to move this team to San Antonio unless another major hurricane hits N.O. in the next two or three seasons
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Old 01-03-2006, 03:05 PM   #18
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San Antonio, L.A., Baghdad....wherever....as long as he can get them out of here, that jackass will be happy.
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I bet he wasn't on the Saints List, too much potential for a single season turn around

Oh..... just wait, the idiotic things Benson is going to do this offseason will shock and amaze everyone!!! Don't look for any decisions to be made that will help this team in the 06-07 season. He will draft some players that won't be ready until he gets them to San Antonio...and to replace Aaron Brooks...I see him picking up someone like Kurt Warner


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You go girl ......
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Go where 08?? Back to beating you into submission???
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