A humbling season has taken yet another sour turn as Brian Schottenheimer has decided to leave his post as offensive coordinator of the New York Jets. The news came from ESPN's Chris Mortensen, who tweeted that Schottenheimer had seen quite enough after a horrendous season in which the alleged Super Bowl contenders fell flat once again. Mortensen then went on to tweet that the Jets may not be without options.
Well, that was fast. With news breaking Tuesday night that Brian Schottenheimer will not be returning as the New York Jets offensive coordinator next season, the team has already found his replacement in Tony Sparano. ESPN's Chris M... Read Post
The New York Jets have decided to fire offensive coordinator Tony Sparano after one season, according to Chris Mortensen of ESPN. The Jets have fired offensive coordinator Tony Sparano, as expected, per league sources. — Chris Morte... Read Post
Late on Tuesday night, ESPN analyst Chris Mortensen reported that New York Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer decided to part ways with his former team. Here is Mortensen's tweet: "@mortreport: The Jets have announced O... Read Post