Posted by: Chris Vannini on Sunday January 18, 2015

Atlanta Falcons: The Falcons will hire former Browns offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan for the same role under next head coach Dan Quinn, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. 

Denver Broncos: The Broncos are finalizing a four-year deal with Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak to be head coach, according to the Denver Post. NFL Network's Albert Breer adds that Kubiak will likely bring Ravens quarterbacks coach Rick Dennison as offensive coordinator, and the Baltimore Sun reports tight ends coach Brian Pariani will also join the Broncos staff.

Colorado School of Mines: Per source, Gregg Brandon has completed his staff, adding Whittier defensive coordinator Isaac Carter (defensive coordinator), Mississippi State graduate assistant John Haneline (linebackers / strength coach), and Regis Jesuit HS (CO) assistant Tim Brandon (offensive assistant). In addition, Scott Kaniecki will be retained as a defensive assistant. 

Chicago Bears: The Bears have hired Saints area scout Josh Lucas as director of player personnel. 

Atlanta Falcons: Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn is expected to have his second interview for the Falcons head coaching job as soon as Monday, according to Pro Football Talk, and NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports the Falcons plan to hire Quinn. Keep track of NFL head coaching changes and interviews here.

Texas A&M: Virginia Tech wide receivers coach Aaron Moorehead will join the Texas A&M staff as wide receivers coach, according to TexAgs’ Billy Liucci. This fills the last opening on the staff. Keep track of open FBS assistant jobs here

Auburn: A look at support staffers under Gus Malzahn continuing to get full-time jobs

San Francisco 49ers: Alabama offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Lane Kiffin is a front-runner for the 49ers offensive coordinator job, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, who adds that Colts special assistant to the head coach Rob Chudzinski is also under consideration. 

Oakland Raiders: The Raiders will interview former Bears head coach Marc Trestman for their offensive coordinator job “in the next day or so,” according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. 

Denver Broncos: Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak plans to accept the Broncos head coaching job, if offered, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The sides are meeting in Houston today. 

Washington State: Former Michigan cornerbacks coach Roy Manning has joined the Washington State staff as outside linebackers coach, according to Sports Illustrated’s Thayer Evans. This fills the last opening on the staff. 

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Houston Texans: Director of pro personnel Brian Gaine will be promoted to director of player personnel, according to CBS Houston. Gaine has interviewed for the Eagles general manager job. 

Montana State: Linebackers coach Kane Ioane has been promoted to co-defensive coordinator. 

Jacksonville Jaguars: Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase will interview for the same role with the Jags, according to NFL.com’s Michael Silver. 

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Idaho: Former Washington State defensive coordinator Mike Breske will join the Idaho staff in the same position, according to the Moscow-Pullman Daily News. In addition, San Diego defensive line coach Kenny Holmes has joined the staff as in the same position, and Montana cornerbacks coach Aric Williams has joined as defensive backs coach. Keep track of open FBS assistant jobs here

Cincinnati: TCU special teams graduate assistant Ty Linder will join the Cincinnati staff, according to his Twitter account. Per source, Linder will be the tight ends coach / special teams coordinator. 

Utah State: Hawaii defensive coordinator Kevin Clune will join the Utah State staff as defensive coordinator, according to the Salt Lake Tribune. Clune was USU’s linebackers coach from 2009-13. 

Appalachian State: The Winston-Salem Journal reports App State plans to hire Middle Tennessee State wide receivers coach Justin Watts for the same position.

Wisconsin-Whitewater: The school has announced the five finalists for the head coaching job: Wabash head coach Erik Raeburn, Ohio Northern head coach Dean Paul, Whitewater defensive run / special teams coordinator Kevin Bullis, Wisconsin-Platteville defensive coordinator Rob Erickson and Urbana head coach Dave Taynor. Interestingly, each candidate will hold an open forum on campus next week. 

Oklahoma: Former Ohio quarterbacks Tyler Tettleton has joined the Oklahoma staff as an offensive graduate assistant, according to his Twitter account. 

Pitt: Pat Narduzzi explains why he didn't bring any full-time assistant coaches from Michigan State to Pitt. 

San Francisco 49ers: Oklahoma State offensive line coach and former Youngstown State head coach Eric Wolford will join the 49ers staff as offensive line coach, according to ESPN’s Brett McMurphy. 

Akron: Per source, former Michigan offensive line coach Darrell Funk will join the Akron staff in the same role. In addition, Garden City Community College interim head coach / running backs coach Eric Hickson has joined the staff as an offensive assistant, and cornerbacks coach Otis Mounds has added the title of defensive passing game coordinator. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Assistant offensive ine coach Matt Wiegand will not return. 

Benedict College: Per source, Albany quarterbacks coach Brian Von Bergen has joined the staff at Benedict as co-offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach. 

Baylor: Running backs coach Jeff Lebby has been promoted to passing game coordinator and offensive recruiting coordinator. 

Posted by: Chris Vannini on Friday January 16, 2015

Louisiana Tech: Rivals.com’s LA Tech site reports former Duke defensive line coach Rick Petri will indeed join the Bulldog staff in the same role. Keep track of open FBS assistant jobs here

Nebraska: The Lincoln Journal-Star has the contract information for Mike Riley’s eight current assistants. The salaries are as follows: Defensive coordinator Mark Banker ($550,000), offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf ($500,000), special teams coordinator Bruce Read ($450,000), offensive line coach Mike Cavanaugh ($400,000), running backs coach Reggie Davis ($325,000), defensive line coach Hank Hughes ($300,000), defensive backs coach Charlton Warren ($250,000) and  linebackers coach Trent Bray ($250,000). Langsdorf’s deal is through the 2017 season, Bray’s deal is through the 2015 season, and the rest of the contracts are through the 2016 season.

Buffalo Bills: Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer is expected to join the Bills staff as offensive line coach, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, who also reports Jets quarterbacks coach David Lee will join the staff in the same role. In addition, CSN Bay Area’s Matt Malocco reports the Bills have requested to interview 49ers offensive assistant Ronald Curry. 

Chicago Bears: The Bears have requested permission to interview former 49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio for the same position, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. 

New York Jets: Cardinals linebackers coach Mike Caldwell will join the Jets staff as assistant head coach, according to AZCentral. 

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Louisiana Tech: Don’t be surprised if former Duke defensive line coach Rick Petri lands on Skip Holtz’s staff at Louisiana Tech. 

Michigan State: MSU’s assistant salary pool is unchanged, but the eight returning assistants all received raises, due to the money freed by Pat Narduzzi leaving for Pitt. According to the Detroit Free Press, the new salaries are as follows: co-offensive coordinator / running backs coach Dave Warner will make $387,230, co-offensive coordinator / tight ends coach Jim Bollman, co-defensive coordinator / linebackers coach Mike Tressel and co-defensive coordinator / defensive backs / assistant head coach Harlon Barnett will each make $378,230, quarterbacks coach Brad Salem will make $235,000, offensive line coach Mark Staten will make $286,155 and defensive line coach Ron Burton, wide receivers coach Terry Samuel and linebackers coach / special teams coordinator Mark Snyder will each make $276,925. MSU is third in the Big Ten in assistant salary pool, and the difference between the highest-paid assistant and lowest-paid is only about $110,000.

Denver Broncos: Former Bills head coach Doug Marrone has canceled his interview for the Broncos head coaching job, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. 

Chicago Bears: The Bears have requested to interview Titans tight ends coach Mike Mularkey for their offensive coordinator job, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Oakland Raiders: Falcons offensive line coach Mike Tice will join the Raiders staff in the same role, according to NFL Network’s Mike Silver. 

Texas: Former Oklahoma co-offensive coordinator / wide receivers coach Jay Norvell will join the Texas staff as wide receivers coach, according to Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman. 

Utah: Head coach Kyle Whittingham has received a new four-year contract worth $2.6 million annually, with a $100,000 increase each season. 

Duke: Defensive line coach Rick Petri has left the staff to pursue other opportunities, the school announced. 

New York Jets: The team has parted ways with senior director of college scouting Terry Bradway and director of college scouring Jeff Bauer. 

City College of San Francisco: Quarterbacks coach Jimmy Collins has been promoted to head coach, replacing the retiring George Rush.

Ohio State: Co-offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Tim Beck will earn at least $525,000 annually, according to Eleven Warriors. His contract ends in April 2017. 

West Virginia: Former Michigan State offensive lineman Zac Hueter has joined the West Virginia staff as an offensive graduate assistant. 

Cal: East Carolina offensive line coach Brandon Jones will join the Cal staff in the same role, Ruffin McNeill told reporters Friday. 

Baylor: Cris Dishman’s title at Baylor will be safeties coach. In addition, Joe Jon Finley and Brodney Pool have been hired as quality control assistants, Dominique Zeigler will join the player development staff, and Michael Anthony has been hired as an offensive analyst.  

Chicago: John Fox’s contract with the Bears is a four-year deal, according to Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Bucs have parted ways with quarterbacks coach Marcus Arroyo.

BYU: North Texas director of football performance Frank Wintrich has joined the BYU staff as head strength and conditioning coach, according to the Denton Record-Chronicle. 

Michigan: Offensive coordinator / offensive line coach Tim Drevno tells MLive.com the decision on who will call offensive plays will come at a later date. Here’s a look at Jim Harbaugh’s complete staff. 

Michigan State: Mark Dantonio tells SpartanNation.com that the entire MSU staff has received raises. 

Denver Broncos: The Broncos will interview former Bills head coach Doug Marrone on Saturday and Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak on Sunday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Kubiak said last Sunday he would not pursue head coaching jobs, but that was before the Broncos job opened. In addition, ESPN’s Josina Anderson reports Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin has removed himself from consideration for the job. Keep track of NFL head coaching changes and interviews here

Chicago Bears: Former Broncos head coach John Fox is expected to become head coach of the Bears, according to multiple reports. 

Houston: Tom Herman describes putting together his staff and says it had better be the best recruiting staff in Texas

Pitt: Former Wyoming cornebacks coach Renaldo Hill and former Youngstown State defensive line coach Tom Sims have joined Pat Narduzzi’s staff at Pitt. See new FBS staffs here.  

Southwest Oklahoma State: Graduate assistant Jon Garfield has been promoted to wide receivers coach. 

Jacksonville Jaguars: Former Bills offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett will interview for the same position with the Jaguars on Friday, according to the Florida Times-Union. 

Kent State: Head coach Paul Haynes has made some adjustments ot the staff. Running backs coach Don Treadwell has been promoted to offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach, and offensive line coach Shawn Clark has added the title of assistant head coach. There are still two opening on staff. Keep track of open FBS assistant jobs here

San Diego State: Former UNLV head coach Bobby Hauck will join the SDSU staff, according to Rivals.com. 

Denver Broncos: The Broncos will interview Bengals defensive backs coach Vance Joseph for their head coaching job, according to the Denver Post. In addition, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport says Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin will not interview on Friday, and it hasn't yet been rescheduled. 

Posted by: Chris Vannini on Thursday January 15, 2015

Auburn: Per source, Florida defensive quality control coach Blake Gideon will follow Will Muschamp to Auburn as a graduate assistant. 

Texas State: Idaho cornerbacks coach Ashley Ambrose has joined the Texas State staff in the same role. Keep track of open FBS assistant jobs here

Buffalo: Lance Leipold has completed his staff at Buffalo.

San Francisco 49ers: Quarterbacks coach Geep Chryst will be retained, according to the Sacramento Bee. In addition, the paper reports offensive assistant Mick Lombardi and defensive assistant Ejiro Evero are likely to be retained. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport adds that former Redskins offensive line coach Chris Foerster will join the 49ers in the same role.

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Vanderbilt: Dartmouth wide receivers coach Cortez Hankton will join the Vanderbilt staff in the same role, according to 247Sports. This fills the last opening on Derek Mason’s staff. 

New York Giants: Ravens defensive backs coach Steve Spagnuolo will join the Giants staff as defensive coordinator, according to the New York Daily News.

New York Jets: Falcons defensive backs coach Joe Danna will join Todd Bowles’ staff in New York, according to Fox Sports’ Alex Marvez.

Buffalo Bills: The Bills have officially announced the hiring of several Jets assistants, including defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman, linebackers coach Bobby April III, defensive line coach Karl Dunbar, defensive backs coach Tim McDonald, strength and conditioning assistant Jason Oszvart, special teams assistant Eric Smith, tight ends coach Tony Sparano Jr. and assistant defensive line coach Jeff Weeks. Bills defensive backs coach Donnie Henderson will also be retained. Rex Ryan raved about Thurman and Henderson on Thursday morning. 

Washington Redskins: The Redskins have signed former Cowboys offensive coordinator / offensive line coach Bill Callahan to a three-year deal as their offensive line coach, according to ESPN’s Ed Werder. 

Dallas Cowboys: Assistant offensive line coach Frank Pollack will be promoted to offensive line coach, according to Sports Illustrated’s Thayer Evans. 

Buffalo: Per source, former Akron head coach and Kansas wide receivers coach Rob Ianello will join the Buffalo staff as wide receivers / associate head coach / recruiting coordinator. Ianello had been serving as a transitional consultant to Lance Leipold while Leipold was working for Buffalo and Wisconsin-Whitewater. This completes Leipold's staff. Keep track of new FBS staffs here

Georgia: Offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Brian Schottenheimer will earn $950,000 annually, and offensive line coach Rob Sale will earn $400,000 annually, according to the Macon Telegraph. In addition, defensive line / associate head coach Tracy Rocker has received a raise to $500,000 annually, up from $300,000, and running backs coach / recruiting coordinator Bryan McClendon has received a raise to $400,000 annually, up from $250,000. In total, Georgia’s assistants are set to earn $4.495 million in 2015, up from $3.22 million in 2014.

Atlanta Falcons: The Falcons will request to interview Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase for the same position, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. 

Dallas Cowboys: Passing game coordinator and play-caller Scott Linehan’s new contract with the Cowboys is a three-year deal, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, and it gives him the title of offensive coordinator. 

UNC-Pembroke: West Georgia offensive line, centers and guards coach Cody Kennedy has joined the UNC-Pembroke staff, according to his Twitter account. 

Cleveland Browns: Wide receivers coach Mike McDaniel has been dismissed, according to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. 

East Carolina: Offensive line coach Brandon Jones will add the duties of run game coordinator, and graduate assistant Garrett Riley will become wide receivers coach, according to Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman. This fills the opening on ECU’s staff. 

Baylor: Assistant director of football operations Tate Wallis will move to wide receives coach, according to the Waco Tribune. This fills the last opening on Art Briles’ staff. 

Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys have reached an agreement with passing game coordinator and play-caller Scott Linehan on a new contract, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. 

Kansas: David Beaty has completed his staff at Kansas. 

St. Louis Rams: The Rams have requested to interview Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase for the same position, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Denver Broncos: The Broncos have requested to interview Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak for their head coaching job. Kubiak said Sunday he would stay in Baltimore and not pursue NFL head coaching jobs. 

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Buffalo Bills: Jets defensive line coach Karl Dunbar is expected to join Rex Ryan in Buffalo, according to NJ.com. 

East Carolina: Wide receivers coach Dave Nichol will be promoted to offensive coordinator, according to 247Sports.

Baylor: Rivals.com’s Baylor site reports former Chargers assistant defensive backs coach Cris Dishman will join the Baylor staff. Keep track of open FBS assistant jobs here

Denver Broncos: Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin will interview for the Broncos head coaching job on Friday, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Keep track of NFL head coaching changes and interviews here

Portland State: Per source, Central Washington running backs coach / special teams coordinator Nick Whitworth has joined the Portland State staff as special teams coordinator. 

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San Francisco 49ers: Raiders defensive coordinator Jason Tarver is a candidate for the 49ers defensive coordinator job, according to ESPN’s Paul Gutierrez. In addition, Fox Sports' Alex Marvez reports the team will let go of all assistants, except running backs coach Tom Rathman. Here are the 49ers assistants. 

Wisconsin: Former Bears linebackers coach Tim Tibesar will be the outside linebackers coach at Wisconsin, according to the Wisconsin State Journal. Tibesar served as Purdue’s defensive coordinator in 2012. Keep track of new FBS staffs here.

Oakland Raiders: ESPN’s Adam Caplan reports the Raiders could target Falcons offensive line coach Mike Tice for the same position, but the Falcons would have to let Tice out of his contract. (Update: The Falcons have denied permission, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport). In addition, Caplan reports the team wants to retain quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo, but his contract expired on Tuesday. 

LSU: Ed Orgeron: "It was the best recruiting meeting I’ve ever seen."

Michigan: Greg Jackson’s title at Michigan is defensive backs coach. 

Arkansas: Running backs coach Joel Thomas has signed an extension through June 2016 and will get a $35,000 raise to $280,000 annually, the school announced. 

San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers are expected to promote defensive line coach Jim Tomsula to head coach, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. 

Cal: Per source, former Vikings assistant offensive line coach Ryan Silverfield has interviewed for the Cal offensive line job. 

Pitt: Former Illinois special teams coordinator Tim Salem will join the Pitt staff, according to KDKA. 

LSU: NOLA.com reports former defensive line coach Brick Haley has received interest from Alabama and Texas A&M. Haley was reassigned to an administrative role with the hiring of Ed Orgeron. Miles described it as, "an intern," but noted Haley is in position to do what he wants to do.

New York Jets: Dolphins defensive line coach Kacy Rodgers is expected to be named defensive coordinator for Todd Bowles, according to multiple reports. 

Iowa: Kirk Ferentz says there won’t be any staff changes, but some duties could be shuffled around. 

Pitt: Akron offensive line coach John Peterson has joined the Pitt staff in the same role, according to his Twitter account. 

Air Force: Head coach Troy Calhoun has received a new five-year deal through 2019, the school announced. 

Kansas: TCU cornerbacks coach Kenny Perry will join the Kansas staff as co-defensive coordinator / cornerbacks coach, according to multiple reports. This completes David Beaty's staff.

Oakland Raiders: Jack Del Rio’s contract with the Raiders is a four-year deal, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. 

Washington State: Missouri safeties coach Alex Grinch will be named defensive coordinator at Washington State, according to Sports Illustrated's Thayer Evans.

Denver Broncos: Offensive coordinator Adam Gase met with GM John Elway this morning about the head coaching job, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Raiders offensive coordinator Greg Olson will interview for the same job in Jacksonville on Wednesday, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Ohio State: Ed Warinner has been promoted to offensive coordinator, and Tim Beck's title is co-offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach. Warinner will continue to coach the offensive line.

Wisconsin: Chris Haering's title at Wisconsin is special teams coordinator, and Mickey Turner will serve as tight ends coach. 

Auburn: Alabama outside linebackers coach Lance Thompson has joined the Auburn staff as linebackers coach. 

West Virginia: Former West Virginia and Kentucky quarterback Michael Burchett has joined the WVU staff as an offensive graduate assistant, according to the Charleston Daily Mail. 

Washington Redskins: The Redskins will hire Chargers linebackers coach Joe Barry as defensive coordinator, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. 

LSU: Former USC interim head coach Ed Orgeron will join the LSU staff as defensive line coach, according to multiple reports. 

Oakland Raiders: The Raiders are expected to name Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio as head coach, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen.

Chicago Bears: The Bears have parted ways with director of pro personnel Kevin Turks.

Pitt: Per source, Stetson defensive coordinator Brian Young has interviewed for the cornerbacks job at Pitt, and Stetson offensive line coach Tim Holt has interviewed for the same job at Pitt.