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    Notes from KFFL

    Chargers | Team hires Ramsdell
    Fri, 3 Feb 2006 05:54:35 -0800

    Jim Thomas, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reports the San Diego Chargers have hired St. Louis Rams quarterbacks coach John Ramsdell as their new quarterbacks coach. Ramsdell replaces Brian Schottenheimer, who joined Eric Mangini's New York Jets staff as offensive coordinator. Ramsdell had been with the Rams for all 11 seasons that the franchise has been in St. Louis. In that time, he has coached quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends at various times.


    Rams | Milus a serious candidate for the coaching staff
    Fri, 3 Feb 2006 05:52:58 -0800

    Bill Coats, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reports former New York Giants secondary coach Ron Milus visited with the St. Louis Rams this week. Milus is believed to be a strong candidate to assist new secondary coach Willy Robinson.


    Rams | Boudreau a serious candidate for the coaching staff
    Fri, 3 Feb 2006 05:50:55 -0800

    Bill Coats, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reports St. Louis Rams head coach Scott Linehan appears to be close to filling a key position on his staff. Paul Boudreau, formerly of the Jacksonville Jaguars, has emerged as a leading candidate to become Linehan's offensive line coach.


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    Re: Notes from KFFL

    How did those two do last season?

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    AThe Jacksonville OL coach was oft-criticized and fired. Hmmm.
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    And he collapsed on the sideline and was hospitalized at least once in 2005.

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    Last edited by Tony Soprano; -02-03-2006 at 05:26 PM.

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    Why would we even bother hiring a guy like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milan
    Why would we even bother hiring a guy like that?
    Because the Jaguars didnt have a lot of talent on the offensive line to start with. Yet still managed to have a great running game and keep an immobile Byron Leftwich upright. He did a pretty decent job over there.

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    Re: Notes from KFFL

    According to barry waller, very highly respected guy who has had terrific success over his career. looks like a great hire to me if we can get him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RamJackson39
    Because the Jaguars didnt have a lot of talent on the offensive line to start with. Yet still managed to have a great running game and keep an immobile Byron Leftwich upright. He did a pretty decent job over there.
    Jack Del Rio and the GM in Jacksonville disagrees with you. His firing was the first thing Jacksonville did when their season ended.

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    He was fired so they could get Tice

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    Quote Originally Posted by RamsFan16
    He was fired so they could get Tice
    I see you're smiling! He was fired when Tice was thought to be headed for a head coaching job. With all the Head Coaching jobs floating around, it was thought Tice would get one, or at least an OFFENSIVE COORD position.

    If fact, the JAX papers stated their OL coach was fired without the JAGS having a plan to replace him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Soprano
    Jack Del Rio and the GM in Jacksonville disagrees with you. His firing was the first thing Jacksonville did when their season ended.

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    Well, you cant spin gold out of thin air. He never had a lot of talent to work with, and that offensive line did a nice job opening up some holes for Taylor.

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    Re: Notes from KFFL

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Soprano
    I see you're smiling! He was fired when Tice was thought to be headed for a head coaching job. With all the Head Coaching jobs floating around, it was thought Tice would get one, or at least an OFFENSIVE COORD position.

    If fact, the JAX papers stated their OL coach was fired without the JAGS having a plan to replace him.

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    You seriously think Mike Tice was a legitimate candidate for a head coaching job? The only interview he got for HC was with the Jets, who also considered Joe Vitt [all due respect] for the position. The Jaguars must've had somebody in mind for the job; you don't just fire a coach without a plan to replace him.

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    The Jags were unhappy with Boudreau.

    With all the HC jobs and OFF-COORD positions floating around (still), it was conventional thinking to believe Tice with a winning record, would find himself a position of at a minimum an OFF COORD.
    Or even sit out the year.

    Let me put it this way, if you're happy with your Coach, your not out looking for replacements.
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