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- Schottenheimer Among Jets Coaches

Chris Pokorny February 20, 2006
Chris Pokorny
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The New York Jets hired two assistant coaches on Sunday in Bryan Cox and Brian Schottenheimer. Brian, the son of Marty Schottenheimer, will be the Jets' offensive coordinator. Cox will be the team's assistant defensive line coach.

Jets new head coach Eric Mangini also promoted linebackers coach Bob Sutton to defensive coordinator. Mangini is keeping Mike Westhoff as special teams coach, Denny Marcin as defensive line coach, Corwin Brown as defensive backs coach, Sam Gash as assistant running backs coach/special teams coach, Jason Mandolesi as defensive quality control coach, and Markus Paul as the head strength and conditioning coach.

Cox will begin his first season as a coach following a 12-year career. He last played with the New Orleans Saints in 2002.

Richie Anderson, who just retired as a fullback, will be an assistant receivers coach. The Jets also hired Brett Bech as assistant strength and conditioning coach, Mike Devlin as assistant offensive line coach, Andy Dickerson as coaches assistant, Jim Herrmann as linebackers coach, Rick Lyle as assistant strength and conditioning coach, Noel Mazzone as wide receivers coach, Jason Michael as offensive quality control, and Tony Wise as offensive line coach.


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