The latest coaching search news from the last 24 hours...
The Jets officially interviewed Jim Caldwell in connection with their vacant head coaching position on Monday and also are rumored to have talked to two other candidates.
First of all:
The Jets have in fact already discussed their head coaching vacancy with Baylor's Matt Rhule. A native New Yorker with an impressive resume, including NFL coaching experience.— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 7, 2019
And, after having been blocked from taking any interviews apparently causing him to resign from his post with USC:
SOURCE #USC OC/QB coach Kliff Kingsbury is meeting with the New York Jets now regarding their head coaching vacancy.— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) January 7, 2019
From the candidates they've been linked with so far, that leaves just Todd Monken, who already had his interview scheduled for today. The first few jobs appear to have been filled with Matt LaFleur headed to Tennessee and Bruce Arians tipped to take the Bucs job. Could the Jets move fast to fill the post once they've spoken to Monken?
We'll keep you posted with any further updates.
Interviewed: Eric Bieniemy, Adam Gase, Mike McCarthy, Kris Richard, Jim Caldwell
Scheduled interviews: Todd Monken
Expected interviews (may already have taken place): Kliff Kingsbury, Matt Rhule
Out of the running: Matt Campbell, Lincoln Riley