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    Catching Up...with Ron Milus
    Thursday, June 1, 2006

    Name: Ron Milus

    Position: Assistant Secondary Coach

    Born: Nov. 25, 1963 in Tacoma, Wash.

    Education: Lincoln High (Tacoma, Wash.), University of Washington, degree in society and justice in 1986.

    Family: Married, wife Sandra, two sons, Ryan and Bobby.

    Playing Experience: Cornerback/Return specialist—Lincoln High, University of Washington (1982-1985).

    Coaching Responsibilities: Assists secondary coach Willy Robinson in developing and evaluating cornerbacks and safeties, teaching technique and implementing coverages and game plans.

    Coaching Experience: 1988-1990—Assistant coach, Lincoln High (Tacoma, Wash.).

    1991—Graduate Assistant, University of Washington.

    1992-1998—Defensive backs, University of Washington.

    1999—Defensive backs, Texas A&M.

    2000-2001—Defensive backs, Denver Broncos.

    2002—Nickel backs, Denver Broncos.

    2003—Defensive backs, Arizona Cardinals.

    2004-2005—Secondary, New York Giants.

    Coaching Influences: Don James – Played for James at the University of Washington and was given first coaching opportunity with the Huskies by James.

    Notable: Ranks in the top 10 all time at Washington in punt return average…as an assistant, helped Huskies to six bowl games, including a co-national championship in 1991.


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    Re: get to know some of the coaches

    We shall see how things go some say we don't have a chance with all the new staff and players i don't abide with that we have a good staff and players and on any given Sunday thing can and do happens , I like our chances right now

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    Re: get to know some of the coaches

    I hope these coaches improve our team!

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    Name: Todd Downing

    Position: Special Teams/Defensive Assistant

    Education: Eden Prairie High, 1999. University of Minnesota, degree in business communications in 2002.

    Playing Experience: Eden Prairie High (Minn.), Quarterback, Minnesota Maulers (semi-pro) 2000-2002.

    Coaching Responsibilities: Assists in all areas of special teams and defense including statistical analysis and developing practice scripts as well as helping all defensive and special teams coaches in day to day operations.

    Coaching Experience: 1999-2000-- Assistant coach, Eden Prairie (Minn.) High.

    2001-2005—Coaching assistant, Minnesota Vikings.

    Notable: Interned in the Vikings’ public relation department, as well as work in the research and development departments before moving into coaching…won a high school state championship in 1998 on a team coached by Mike Grant, son of Hall of Fame coach Bud Grant…has worked with handicapped and underprivileged middle school kids.

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    Catching Up...with Dana LeDuc
    Friday, June 2, 2006

    Name: Dana LeDuc

    Position: Strength and Conditioning Coach

    Born: March 3, 1953 in Tacoma, Wash.

    Education: Washington High, University of Texas, Institute of Sports and Physical Education (Moscow, Russia).

    Family: Married, wife Mary.

    Playing Experience: University of Texas (track and field).

    Coaching Responsibilities: Is in charge of developing players into football shape and evaluating each player’s strength and conditioning needs by formulating programs for each player for in season and postseason training.

    Coaching Experience: 1977-1992—Strength and Conditioning, University of Texas.

    1993-1994—Strength and Conditioning, University of Miami.

    1995-1998—Strength and Conditioning, Seattle Seahawks.

    1999-present—Strength and Conditioning, St. Louis Rams.

    Notable: Is a member of the Tacoma-Pierce County (Wash.) Hall of Fame…was a two-time All American in the shot put at Texas…won the national championship in the shot put in 1976…career long throw was 67 feet, ¼ inch.

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    Catching Up...with Joe Baker
    Monday, June 5, 2006

    Name: Joe Baker

    Position: Defensive Quality Control

    Born: June 29, 1969 in Glen Ridge, N.J.

    Education: Princeton, degree in history (1991).

    Family: Married, wife Jill, daughter Mia, son Joey.

    Playing Experience: 1987-1990—Wide receiver, Princeton.

    Coaching Responsibilities: Helps the defensive coaches install game plans, monitor offensive players during practice and ensures that each player is handling his assignment.

    Coaching Experience: 1991—Graduate Assistant/Defensive Backs, East Stroudsburg (Penn.) University.

    1993—Running backs/wide receivers, Samford.

    1995-1998—Assistant Special teams, Jacksonville Jaguars.

    1999—Outside Linebackers/Special teams, Wisconsin.

    2000-2001—Assistant Defensive Backfield/Special teams, New Orleans Saints.

    2002—Secondary Assistant, New Orleans Saints.

    2003-2004—Secondary, New Orleans Saints.

    2005—Secondary/Safeties, Green Bay Packers.

    Coaching Influences: Jim Haslett—Haslett helped Baker with his introduction into the NFL, giving him an opportunity in 2000 and retaining him in various roles for five seasons.

    Notable: As a receiver at Princeton, Baker helped the Tigers to an Ivy League co-championship in 1989…worked as a player personnel coordinator for the Birmingham Fire of the World League in 1992…Last year as the Secondary Coach in Green Bay helped improve the 26th ranked defense to #7 overall and #1 vs. the Pass.

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    Catching Up...with Jim Haslett
    Wednesday, June 7, 2006

    Name: Jim Haslett

    Position: Defensive Coordinator

    Born: Dec. 9, 1955 in Pittsburgh, Penn.

    Education: Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

    Family: Married, wife Beth, two daughters Kasey and Elizabeth and son Chase.

    Playing Experience: Indiana University of Pennsylvania, defensive end/punter.

    1979-1986—linebacker, Buffalo Bills.

    1987—linebacker, New York Jets.

    Coaching Responsibilities: Oversees all aspects of the defense including game planning, talent evaluation and scheme development.

    Coaching Experience: 1988—linebackers, University of Buffalo.

    1989-1990—defensive coordinator, University of Buffalo.

    1991-1992—defensive coordinator, Sacramento Surge (WLAF).

    1993-1994—linebackers, Los Angeles Raiders.

    1995—linebackers, New Orleans Saints.

    1996—defensive coordinator, New Orleans Saints.

    1997-1999—defensive coordinator, Pittsburgh Steelers.

    2000-2005—head coach, New Orleans Saints.

    Coaching Influences: Bill Cowher – Worked with Cowher in forming one of the league’s most dominant defenses for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the late 90s.

    Chuck Knox – Played for the coaching legend as a member of the Buffalo Bills learning the basic principles of what would become his dominant defensive schemes years later.

    Notable: Was a four-time All American in college as a walk-on…set school records with 20 sacks and five fumble recoveries in a season…took over punting duties as a senior, averaging 41.5 yards per kick…is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame after induction in 2001…Was the 51st choice of the Buffalo Bills in the 1979…earned Defensive Rookie of the Year honors…was All-Pro in 1981 and went to the Pro Bowl in 1980 and 81…is second in Saints’ history in wins with 45.

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    Catching Up...with Greg Olson
    Wednesday, June 7, 2006

    Name: Greg Olson

    Position: Offensive Coordinator

    Born: March 1, 1963 in Richland, Wash.

    Education: University of Central Washington, B.A. education, 1986. Washington State University, master’s in athletic administration, 1989.

    Family: Married, wife Lissa, son Kenneth, daughter Grayce.

    Playing Experience: 1983-1984, quarterback, Central Washington.

    Coaching Responsibilities: Oversees all aspects of the offense including game planning, talent evaluation and scheme development.

    Coaching Experience: 1987-1989—graduate assistant, Washington State.

    1990-1993—offensive coordinator, Central Washington

    1994-1996—quarterbacks, Idaho.

    1997-2000—quarterbacks, Purdue.

    2001—quarterbacks San Francisco *****.

    2002—tight ends/recruiting coordinator, Purdue.

    2003—quarterbacks, Chicago Bears.

    2004-2005—quarterbacks, Detroit Lions.

    Coaching Influences: Dennis Erickson – Has been with Erickson at a number of stops, including his time with the *****.

    Notable: Led the top-ranked NAIA offense in the nation at Central Washington in 1991 and 1993…instrumental in development of NFL quarterbacks Jon Kitna and Drew Brees…while at Central Washington, also served as the wrestling coach, helping the team to a sixth place finish in his final year…children Kenneth and Grayce are twins…wife Lissa was the head coach for the track and field program at Purdue from 2001-2004.

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    Here I thought we were done with these dang articles

    Catching Up...with Scott Linehan
    Friday, June 9, 2006

    Name: Scott Linehan

    Position: Head Coach

    Born: Sept. 17, 1963 in Sunnyside, Wash.

    Education: University of Idaho, 1986.

    Family: Married, wife Kristen, three sons, Matthew, Michael and Marcus.

    Playing Experience: 1982-1986—Quarterback, University of Idaho.

    Coaching Responsibilities: Oversees every aspect of the team from talent and personnel evaluation to breakdown of game film in all facets of the game. Formulates the game plan Also will call the plays on offense and make all important in-game decisions.

    Coaching Experience:

    1989-1990—Wide Receivers, Idaho.

    1991—Quarterbacks, Nevada-Las Vegas..

    1992-1993—Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, Idaho.

    1994-1995—Wide Receivers, Washington.

    1996-1997—Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers, Washington.

    1998—Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, Washington.

    1999-2001—Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, Louisville.

    2002-2004—Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, Minnesota Vikings.

    2005—Offensive Coordinator, Miami Dolphins.

    Coaching Influences: Dennis Erickson – Played quarterback for Erickson’s Idaho teams for four seasons, learning the ins and outs of Erickson’s attacking offense. Went on to work with Erickson at a few stops and applies many of those offensive principles today.

    Prominent Performers: Daunte Culpepper (Vikings QB), Randy Moss (Vikings WR), Chris Chambers (Dolphins WR), Chris Redman (Louisville/NFL QB), Dave Ragone (Louisville/NFL QB), Marques Tuiasosopo (Washington/NFL QB), Doug Nussmeier (Idaho/NFL QB), Gus Frerotte (Dolphins/Rams QB).
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