Bill Callahan hired as assistant head coach by Jets
Jan 19, 2008 | Posted by: The Associated Press | Full story: The Associated Press
“Coach Mangini has assembled a fine coaching staff and I look forward to working with them and contributing to the team.”
Bill Callahan, fired as coach at Nebraska after last season, was hired Friday as assistant head coach/offense by the New York Jets.
Callahan, who coached the Oakland Raiders to the 2002 AFC championship before they lost to Tampa Bay in the Super Bowl, has 31 years coaching experience, including nine in the NFL.
'Bill brings valuable experience as an assistant coach and head coach on both the college and NFL levels,' Jets coach Eric Mangini said. 'His expertise with the running game and with protections will be a big asset. I look forward to adding him to our staff.' Read more
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