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BeckShepEli : 1/10/2018 2:05 pm
Tisch not part of this one..
Are we done?  
BlackLight : 1/10/2018 2:06 pm : link
Who's left?
Done with all publicly announced.  
Bold Ruler : Mod : 1/10/2018 2:07 pm : link
Nothing else scheduled.
What about Schwartz  
ZogZerg : 1/10/2018 2:10 pm : link
after Philly loses this weekend?
RE: What about Schwartz  
Bold Ruler : Mod : 1/10/2018 2:10 pm : link
In comment 13781722 ZogZerg said:
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after Philly loses this weekend?

It's not scheduled currently.
I heard he's still in the buidling...  
Pete in MD : 1/10/2018 2:11 pm : link
...mainly because he has nowhere else to go.
RE: What about Schwartz  
Jay on the Island : 1/10/2018 2:13 pm : link
In comment 13781722 ZogZerg said:
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after Philly loses this weekend?

I hope the whole purpose of the interview with Schwartz is to punch him in the dick.
if we don't hear anything substantial by friday got to think BB  
mphbullet36 : 1/10/2018 2:28 pm : link
is still a strong possibility, if not we just can't be sitting around. Gotta hope the Titans win and BB could be our coach by Monday :-)
This guy has a decent resume. Not much HC experience but interim  
Pete from Woodstock : 1/10/2018 2:29 pm : link
Seems like he was a great RB coach and was with the Giants... why not him?

From Wiki:
2001-2003[edit]

In 2001, Studesville was hired as the New York Giants running backs coach. There, he guided running back Tiki Barber to three consecutive 1,000 yard rushing seasons and paved the way for Barber to become one of the best offensive weapons for the Giants in the coming years. In 2002, Barber recorded 1,554 rushing yards which was not only a career high for the running back, but the second-most total in Giants franchise history.

20042009[edit]

He left the Giants in 2004 and joined the Buffalo Bills coaching staff as the running backs coach under Offensive Coordinator Tom Clements. The Bills would finish the season 9-7, their last winning record until the 2014 season, by scoring 24.6 points a game, with Bills running backs 13th in the NFL in rushing.[3] Studesville is largely given credit for the emergence of Willis McGahee, who, after recovering from a catastrophic knee injury sustained in college, gained 1297 yards from scrimmage. In 2005, the running game was the main highlight of an otherwise stagnant team led by journeyman Kelly Holcomb and 2nd year quarterback JP Losman, as the Bills finished 5-11 while McGahee gained 1,425 yards from scrimmage.[4] In 2006, Mularkey was fired and Dick Jauron was brought on to replace him; Jauron would keep Studesville as the team's running backs coach under offensive coordinator Steve Fairchild. After a pedestrian year for the Bills rushing attack spearheaded by Willis McGahee and Anthony Thomas in 2006 (the same year that Division III Coe College product Fred Jackson was recruited to the Bills by its then-general manager and fellow alum Marv Levy and remained on the practice squad that season), in 2007, the Bills drafted Marshawn Lynch who gained 1299 yards in his rookie season[5] under Studesville's tutelage. 2007 also saw Fred Jackson's call-up from the practice squad and emergence as a threat, as he played in 8 games and gained nearly 500 yards from scrimmage while maintaining a special teams role as well. 2008, under new offensive coordinator Turk Schonert, the Bills offense experienced a renewed commitment to its running backs and Studesville pupils Lynch and Jackson combined for 2,224 yards from scrimmage.[6] 2009 brought about an unsettled year for the Bills offense, as Turk Schonert was fired midway through training camp with former Bills quarterback and quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt being appointed in his stead. Studesville's charges saw a reversal of fortunes, as Lynch experienced injuries and off-the-field troubles leading to a suspension,[7] and Fred Jackson led the way with 1,433 yards from scrimmage as they combined for a total of 2,062 between Jackson and Lynch. Head coach Dick Jauron was fired midway through the season and replaced by interim head coach Perry Fewell for the remainder of the season. The entire Bills staff was let go following the 2009 season.

20102018[edit]

In January 2010, Studesville was hired by the Broncos as the running backs coach.[8]

On December 6, 2010, then-Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels was fired by owner Pat Bowlen and Studesville was promoted to interim head coach in his place.[9] However, the choice of Studesville to replace McDaniels was viewed by some as a surprise. Studevilles held the interim head coaching position for the final four games of the 2010 season, during which the team went 1-3, and Studesville started rookie Tim Tebow in weeks 15-17. Studesville recorded his first win as a head coach on December 26, 2010, when the Broncos defeated the Houston Texans 24-23.

On February 7, 2016, Studesville was part of the Broncos coaching staff that won Super Bowl 50. In the game, the Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers by a score of 2410.[10]

On January 1, 2018, Studesville was released by the Denver Broncos.[11]

Studesville has retained his position as running backs coach under four different head coaches: Josh McDaniels, John Fox, Gary Kubiak, and Vance Joseph.
RE: if we don't hear anything substantial by friday got to think BB  
SeanLandeta : 1/10/2018 3:57 pm : link
In comment 13781751 mphbullet36 said:
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is still a strong possibility, if not we just can't be sitting around. Gotta hope the Titans win and BB could be our coach by Monday :-)


Game is in Foxborough so cheating will be in full enhanced effect. Little chance they lose.
RE: This guy has a decent resume. Not much HC experience but interim  
Section331 : 1/10/2018 4:06 pm : link
In comment 13781754 Pete from Woodstock said:
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Seems like he was a great RB coach and was with the Giants... why not him?


17 years and never anything more than a RB coach? Nobody saw enough in him to even consider him for OC? No thanks.
RE: What about Schwartz  
Greg from LI : 1/10/2018 4:07 pm : link
In comment 13781722 ZogZerg said:
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after Philly loses this weekend?


What about him?
RE: if we don't hear anything substantial by friday got to think BB  
paesan98 : 1/10/2018 10:19 pm : link
In comment 13781751 mphbullet36 said:
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is still a strong possibility, if not we just can't be sitting around. Gotta hope the Titans win and BB could be our coach by Monday :-)


how do you figure? Out of the 6 candidates interviewed, theGiants can only offer the job to Spags, Wilks, or Studesville before your Friday deadline. Still leaves McDaniels, Shurmer, and Patricia in the mix. And I doubt Kraft will let BB out of his contract
RE: RE: What about Schwartz  
GFAN52 : 1/10/2018 10:25 pm : link
In comment 13781944 Greg from LI said:
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In comment 13781722 ZogZerg said:


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after Philly loses this weekend?



What about him?



That's cold. :)
Studesville might also have been  
section125 : 1/11/2018 7:43 am : link
interviewed with OC in mind, too. On paper there is no reason to think of him for HC. Maybe out of respect, maybe to give him experience in interviewing for the future or maybe to see if he can handle OC.
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