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 Mortensen is reporting that former Miami Dolphins head coach Sparano is expected to be hired as New York's offensive coordinator for 2012. The likely hire of Sparano certainly indicates it wasn't necessarily Schottenheimer's choice to leave the 25th-ranked offense in 2011, but almost like franchise forced him out in favor of bringing a new offensive mind of the likes of Sparano.
With Brian Schottenheimer stepping down from the Jets offensive coordinator job, it just so happens that the Jets have another candidate lined up to take his job. Immediately. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that Tony Sparano is expe... Read Post
For a week, blood has been shed in the New York Jets' staff. Tuesday's casuality is offensive coordinator Tony Sparano, with the news first reported by Chris Mortensen of ESPN. The Jets have fired offensive coordinator Tony Sparano,... Read Post
A week after Black Monday, the New York Jets have finally fired offensive coordinator Tony Sparano. ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported Tuesday morning that the Jets informed Sparano of his dismissal Monday night. Sparano lasted just on... Read Post