The New Orleans Saints are reportedly open to trading Malcom Brown.They should get some teams looking to pick up the veteran defensive tackle.While the free agency period hasn’t officially started, the New Orleans Saints are already starting to clear cap space.
Nick Saban continues to add to his coaching arsenal this offseason and this week, has landed an up-and-comer to aid in defensive game-planning.
Alabama came in at No.4 in ESPN's future quarterback power rankings.The Crimson Tide are ranked below Oklahoma, Clemson and USC.Quarterback has become a prime position at Alabama with Tua Tagovailoa and Mac Jones becoming Heisman finalists during their time in Tuscaloosa.
Alabama saw five on-field assistant coaches, as well as several other staff members, leave the program for promotions following the 2020-21 football season.
Alabama officially announced the hiring of new defensive backs coach Jay Valai on Thursday.“We are pleased and happy to be able to add Jay Valai to our staff to coach cornerbacks,” head coach Nick Saban said in a release.
Oops! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Swipe down to close. Oops! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Swipe down to close. Meet the staff: What Alabama's getting in Doug Marrone The coaching carousel appears to have finally stopped turning in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Nick Saban has once again maneuvered another coaching overhaul as Alabama replaced half of its on-field coaching staff this offseason. The Crimson Tide added five new assistants over the past two months as the hirings of Bill O’Brien
Jaguars coach Urban Meyer and general manager Trent Baalke are a month away from filling some of the team's primary needs with veteran talent acquired in free agency. A critical step for a turnaround with a new coaching staff will be to take advantage of that free agency period which starts on March 17. The Jaguars are in a position to make a big splash with more than $74 million in available cap space. After going 1-15 last season under former coach Doug Marrone, the Jaguars have plenty of trouble spots that
Alabama football offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien and offensive line coach Doug Marrone have signed two-year deals for their new positions, The Tuscaloosa News has learned through an open records request. The memorandum of understanding signed by O’Brien states he will make a base salary of $1.1 million for both the 2021 and 2022 seasons. Marrone's MOU lists his annual base salary at $755,000 for the 2021 season and $900,000 for 2022. Neither will sign a contract until their hiring is approved by UA's
Jaguars’ Urban Meyer makes controversial hire in Chris Doyle, issues statement defending his decision
Urban Meyer knows how to make an entrance, that’s for sure. Having been courted by Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Kahn on a yacht off the coast of North Florida, Meyer joins the team as their head coach for 2021 and beyond, taking the reins from Doug Marrone. A key reason Meyer — who is a Florida legend from his time spent with the Gators — chose to use the Jaguars as his jumping off point in the NFL is multifaceted, but most certainly aided by the fact they own the No. 1 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft along
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer officially unveiled his extensive 30-member staff on Thursday that includes a chief of staff, three assistant strength coaches, and six holdovers from Doug Marrone’s staff. And Meyer’s staff also includes a controversial hire, Chris Doyle, who will serve as the team’s director of sports performance. Former University of Iowa Hawkeyes players accused Doyle of making racial remarks that led to the school reaching a separation agreement with him last June.
From the outside, people look at the Alabama program as the standard in all of college football, and it so many ways it is precisely that. However, every individual in that building has a story filled with both successes and failures. Two of Saban’s highest profile hires of the off season are great examples of that. Both Bill O’Brien and Doug Marrone are coming off tenures where they were fired as head coaches on the biggest stage that the game has to offer. Now they’re in Tuscaloosa to move forward by
Alabama is reportedly losing a fifth assistant coach after a national championship season. Cornerbacks coach Karl Scott is taking a position with the Minnesota Vikings, as first reported by AL.com. He was rated as the second-best recruiter of the 2021 class by the 247Sports Composite, behind only former Alabama running backs coach Charles Huff. The other four assistants UA lost were on the offensive side, and all have been officially replaced. Bill O'Brien will be the offensive coordinator, Doug Marrone the
Former Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence has a labrum injury in his non-throwing shoulder that will need to be repaired surgically, according to his agents who told multiple reporters on Friday. The Jaguars are still expected to select Lawrence with the No. 1 overall pick in the April draft. Instead of working out for teams at Clemson's Pro day in March, Lawrence has moved up his plans to work out for NFL teams, which is expected to include the Jaguars, on Feb. 12. Considered to be the top quarterback draft
In addition to a new crop of players, two of which signed on Wednesday, Alabama welcomed four new assistant coaches that will be a part of the Crimson Tide program in 2021-22. In recent weeks, head coach Nick Saban officially announced the hirings of Bill O’Brien as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Doug Marrone as offensive line coach, Robert Gillespie as running backs coach and Jay Graham as tight ends coach and special teams coordinator, filling the current assistant openings on his on-field
Share this article This story originally appeared on Vols Wire. Nick Saban has hired a former Tennessee assistant as his offensive line coach at Alabama. Doug Marrone will serve as the Crimson Tide’s offensive line coach in 2021. Marrone was an assistant coach at the University of Tennessee in 2001. He served as tight ends coach and oversaw offensive tackles for the Vols under head coach Phillip Fulmer. “We are extremely fortunate to be able to add Doug Marrone to our staff,” Saban said. “He knows our
Alabama’s new offensive coordinator Doug Marrone is attempting to make a splash on the recruiting trail. Marrone extended an offer to five-star defensive back, Keon Sabb Sunday. Sabb currently attends Williamson High School in Williamson, New Jersey. The Tide had been in contact with him before they offered. They hosted him for a virtual tour last week, where he got an opportunity to see their facilities. The New-Jersey native said he felt grateful to receive an offer from Alabama. “I am thankful and excited,”
Leonard Fournette has become a huge reason that Tampa Bay is making an apperance in the Super Bowl, leading to the question of whether the Jaguars were right or wrong for cutting him 13 days before the season. What Playoff Lenny once did for the Jacksonville Jaguars, he has now done for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. For all of Fournette's down moments of production since the Jaguars made him the No. 4 overall pick in 2017, he has always shown up when called upon in January. Now he has helped lead his new team
Doug Marrone, former head coach of the Bufffalo Bills, is Alabama's new offensive line coach. (The Florida Times-Union/Bob Self) TUSCALOOSA — Former Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone is returning to the college ranks as Alabama's offensive line coach. Here are five things to know about Marrone. 1. SEC ties He coached in the SEC two decades ago. Marrone was Georgia's offensive line coach in 2000 and Tennessee's offensive tackles and tight ends coach in 2001. His season in Athens