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Vance Joseph is interviewing for the Cardinals DC job. 

 

That tells me he isn't the HC here!

 

That scares me that it's not Bieniemy. The connection to Bieniemy wasn't all that strong though. One was a SR and one was a FR at Colorado. Might not have really even known each other. 

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23 minutes ago, MichaelWeston said:

Bengals assistants are being released? It's coming!

Please elaborate! :D

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7 minutes ago, Cat said:

Please elaborate! :D

No names in particular mentioned but pft is reporting that assistants are being released.

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7 minutes ago, schotzee said:

No names in particular mentioned but pft is reporting that assistants are being released.

Where? 

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Just now, MichaelWeston said:

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Ah i was looking on their website so that makes sense. Thanks

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I have to believe that if it were Hue it would be Joseph. (Maybe I just want to believe)

 

At this point I am thinking it's Taylor or Bieniemy. 

 

Monkin taking an interview with the Browns as OC, Joseph interviewing with Cards as DC. 

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4 minutes ago, Jamie_B said:

Where? 

On Cincy jungle the article also says asslstants are being released as per pft.

1 minute ago, MichaelWeston said:

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2019    
Bengals   Darrin Simmons (1/1), Bill Lazor (1/1), Hue Jackson (1/2), Vance Joseph (1/3), Zac Taylor (1/4), Shane Waldron (1/4), Eric Bieniemy (1/5), Todd Monken (1/7)
Broncos Vic Fangio Chuck Pagano (1/2), Zac Taylor (1/3), Mike Munchack (1/4), Brian Flores (1/5), Vic Fangio (1/7)
Browns Freddie Kitchens Gregg Williams (1/1), Jim Caldwell (1/2), Kevin Stefanski (1/3), (1/8), Mike McCarthy (), Dan Campbell (1/4), Brian Flores (1/5), Matt Eberflus (1/6), Freddie Kitchens, Nick Sirianni
Bucs Bruce Arians Eric Bieniemy (1/2), George Edwards (1/4), Bruce Arians (1/5), Kris Richard (1/6)
Cardinals Kliff Kingsbury Adam Gase (1/2), Jim Caldwell (1/3), Zac Taylor (1/5), Dan Campbell (1/5), Kliff Kingsbury (1/8)
Dolphins   Eric Bieniemy (1/3), Brian Flores (1/4), Dennis Allen (1/5), Kris Richard (1/6), Darren Rizzi (1/11), Dowell Loggains (1/11)
Jets Adam Gase Eric Bieniemy (1/2), Adam Gase (1/4), Kris Richard (1/6), Todd Monken (1/8), Mike McCarthy (1/5), Jim Caldwell, Kliff Kingsbury (1/6), Matt Rhule
Packers Matt LaFleur Jim Caldwell (12/26), Chuck Pagano (12/26), Joe Philbin (1/2), Josh McDaniels (1/4), Brian Flores (1/4), Dan Campbell (1/5), Pete Carmicheal (1/5), Todd Monken (1/5), Matt LaFleur (1/6), Adam Gase (1/6), Mike Munchack
     
Dennis Allen   Dolphins (1/5)
Bruce Arians Bucs Bucs (1/5)
Eric Bieniemy   Jets (1/2), Bucs (1/2), Dolphins (1/3), Bengals (1/5)
Jim Caldwell   Packers (12/26), Browns (1/2), Cardinals (1/3), Jets
Dan Campbell   Browns (1/4), Packers (1/5), Cardinals (1/5)
Pete Carmicheal   Packers (1/5)
Matt Eberflus   Browns (1/6)
George Edwards   Buccaneers (1/4)
Vic Fangio Broncos Broncos (1/7)
Brian Flores   Packers (1/4), Dolphins (1/4), Browns (1/5), Broncos (1/5)
Adam Gase Jets Cardinals (1/2), Jets (1/4), Packers (1/6)
Hue Jackson   Bengals
Vance Joseph   Bengals (1/3)
Kliff Kingsbury Cardinals Jets (1/7), Cardinals (1/8)
Freddie Kitchens Browns Browns
Matt LaFleur Packers Packers (1/6)
Bill Lazor   Bengals (1/1)
Dowell Loggains   Dolphins (1/11)
Mike McCarthy Withdrew this year Browns (1/4), Jets (1/5)
Josh McDaniels Withdrew this year Packers (1/4)
Todd Monken   Packers (1/5), Bengals (1/7), Jets (1/8)
Mike Munchack   Broncos (1/4), Packers
Chuck Pagano   Packers (12/26), Broncos (1/2)
Joe Philbin   Packers (1/2)
Matt Rhule   Jets
Kris Richard   Jets (1/6), Dolphins (1/6), Bucs (1/6)
Darren Rizzi   Dolphins (1/11)
Darrin Simmons   Bengals (1/1)
Nick Sirianni   Browns
Kevin Stefanski Vikings OC Browns (1/3) (1/8)
Zac Taylor   Broncos (1/3), Bengals (1/4), Cards (1/5)
Shane Waldron   Bengals (1/4)
Gregg Williams   Browns (1/1)

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On 1/10/2019 at 8:51 AM, MichaelWeston said:

Vance Joseph is interviewing for the Cardinals DC job. 

 

That tells me he isn't the HC here!

 

That scares me that it's not Bieniemy. The connection to Bieniemy wasn't all that strong though. One was a SR and one was a FR at Colorado. Might not have really even known each other. 

 

 

 

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16 minutes ago, akiliMVP said:

Hope there's some decent DC's left by the time we can name Taylor HC

Lots of if's, and's, and but's here...but...

 

Assuming Taylor is really the guy...I wishfully assume he already has his guys picked out and locked in...at least in an unofficial, but confirmed context.

 

Fingers crossed.  Some real change here, I'm surprised and impressed.  Obviously still some doubts too since nothing is official yet, and Taylor is a bit of an inexperienced risk.  But that risk is one of the things that is impressing me about the organization too.

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Also, 59-year-old defensive line coach Jacob Burney is said to be mulling retirement. 

 

There are no guarantees anybody who didn’t take part in one of these meetings over the last two days will for sure be kept on board with Taylor's staff, but expectations are offensive line coach Frank Pollack, special teams coordinator Darrin Simmons, secondary coach Robert Livingston, cornerbacks coach Daronte Jones, quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt and receivers coach Bob Bicknell are among the position coaches hanging around through this portion of the transition.

 

 

From here: https://www.cincinnati.com/story/sports/nfl/bengals/2019/01/11/bill-lazor-hue-jackson-out-bengals-staff-turns-over/2552370002/

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surely this is all pointing to Mike Brown being reduced to nothing more than just some old man sitting in the corner and nodding at people, right?

 

this just isn't the Mike Brown way of running a football team...

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