Posted by: Chris Vannini on Sunday January 11, 2015

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Baltimore Ravens: Offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak will remain with the team and not pursue head coaching jobs, the team announced.

Boston College: Former Florida special teams coordinator Coleman Hutzler is the new special teams coordinator / linebackers coach at Boston College, according to his Twitter account.

North Carolina: Co-defensive coordinator / linebackers coach Ron West will not be retained by Gene Chizik, according to 247 Sports.

UCF: Rivals.com reports former South Florida defensive coordinator Chuck Bresnahan is expected to join the UCF staff as defensive coordinator / linebackers coach. In addition, the site reports director of player personnel Keegan Kennedy will be promoted to tight ends / H-backs coach.

Arkansas: Sporting Life Arkansas reports South Florida linebackers coach Raymond Woodie will interview for the same position at Arkansas this week.

Tulsa: Baylor safeties / associate head coach Brian Norwood will join the Tulsa staff as co-defensive coordinator, according to Sports Illustrated's Thayer Evans.

Pitt: Arkansas offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Jim Chaney has accepted the same job at Pitt, according to Sports Illustrated's Thayer Evans.

Buffalo Bills: CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman will be named to the same position with the Bills after Rex Ryan is officially named head coach.

Bowling Green: Head coach Dino Babers has shuffled his staff. Defensive coordinator Kim McCloud moves to wide receivers / assistant head coach, inside receivers coach Sean Lewis moves to quarterbacks / tight ends, running backs coach Mike Lynch moves to offensive line, and defensive line coach Tom Freeman moves to assistant offensive line coach. “This allows some of our assistants to get back to their natural positions, “ Babers said in a release. 

Pittsburgh Steelers: Linebackers Keith Butler is likely to be elevated to defensive coordinator to replace Dick LeBeau, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Atlanta Falcons: The Falcons’ search for a head coach has been narrowed to Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles and Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. 

New York Jets: ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the Jets were set to fly to Seattle and potentially offer Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn their head coaching job on Saturday night, but the Seahawks won their playoff game, and Quinn can’t be offered a job until the Seahawks’ season is over. In addition, Schefter reports Texans director of college scouting Mike Maccagnan is likely to be named general manager of the Jets.

Chicago Bears: The Bears are expected to strongly pursue Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak for their head coaching job, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Kubiak previously said he would not interview for jobs until the Ravens’ season ended. 

Doug Marrone: If former Bills head coach Doug Marrone does not land a head coaching job, he will have an offer to join Bill O’Brien’s staff with the Texans as a consultant, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. 

Ohio State: Former Nebraska offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Tim Beck will join the Ohio State staff, according to ESPN's Joe Schad. Keep track of open FBS assistant jobs here

Buffalo Bills: The Bills are expected to hire former Jets head coach Rex Ryan as head coach, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The Bills are also working to hire 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman for the same position and intend on retaining defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz, according to Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News. Keep track of NFL head coaching changes and interviews here

Garden City CC: Per source, here’s what head coach Jeff Sims’ staff looks like right now: Jason Brown (offensive coordinator), Brian Michaelowski (defensive coordinator), Sean Cherico (defensive line / assistant head coach), Nate Haremza (offensive line coach / recruiting coordinator), T.J. Mata (tight ends coach), Ryan Busz (safeties coach).

Posted by: Chris Vannini on Saturday January 10, 2015

Northern Illinois: Youngstown State defensive backs coach Ross Watson has accepted a job on the Northern Illinois staff, according to Sports Illustrated’s Thayer Evans. Keep track of open FBS assistant jobs here

Michigan: The Detroit Free Press reports former head coach Brady Hoke is owed $3 million total in monthly payments through the end of his contract (December 2016) until he finds another job. 

Buffalo Bills: Former Jets head coach Rex Ryan will have a second interview with the Bills on Saturday night, according to NJ.com. Keep track of NFL head coaching changes and interviews here

Texas A&M: How Kevin Sumlin has quickly developed his coaching tree

Georgia: McNeese State co-offensive coordinator / offensive line coach Rob Sale will join the Georgia staff as offensive line coach, according to McNeese beat writer Alex Hickey.

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Pittsburgh Steelers: Defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau will not return, according to the Urbana Daily Citizen. LeBeau said the sides decided to mutually part ways, and he is resigning, not retiring. The 77-year-old LeBeau has been with the Steelers since 2004 in his second stint with the team. 

Colorado School of Mines: Per source, head coach Gregg Brandon has hired Black Hills State offensive coordinator Nick Fulton (offensive coordinator / quarterbacks / wide receivers) and former Nebraska-Kearney defensive line coach Tom Everson (defensive line coach / special teams coordinator). In addition Clement Grinsted has been retained as running backs coach / recruiting coordinator, and offensive line coach Dustin Washburn has also been retained. 

Troy: Idaho defensive line coach Bam Hardmon has accepted the same position at Troy, according to Sports Illustrated’s Thayer Evans. Keep track of new FBS staffs here.

Kansas: Texas A&M special teams quality control assistant Gary Hyman has joined the Kansas staff as special teams coordinator, according to his Twitter account. CoachingSearch first reported Friday that Hyman interviewed for the job. 

Houston: Per source, Ohio State football operations coordinator Fernando Lovo will join Tom Herman at Houston as director of football operations. 

VMI: Former Columbia offensive line coach Gordie Sammis has joined the VMI staff, according to his Twitter account. Sammis worked under new head coach Scott Wachenheim at Virginia. 

Murray State: Former Samford defensive line coach Chris Boone has been named defensive coordinator at Murray State, and Middle Tennessee State graduate assistant Casey Brockman has been named quarterbacks coach. In addition, defensive line coach Santos Carrillo adds the title of assistant head coach, offensive tackles / tight ends coach Gordon Steele is promoted to offensive line coach / run game coordinator, and director of football operations Steve Adams is promoted to director of recruiting and player personnel. 

New York Giants: The Giants have requested to interview Bills defensive line coach Pepper Johnson for their defensive coordinator job, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Philadelphia Eagles: Seahawks director of college scouting Scott Fitterer is expected to interview or the Eagles’ general manager job this week, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. 

Michigan: According to Clint Brewster of 247Sports, former USC tight ends coach / special teams coordinator John Baxter has accepted the special teams coordinator job on Jim Harbaugh’s staff at Michigan. 

Posted by: Chris Vannini on Friday January 09, 2015

San Francisco 49ers: Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles interviewed for the 49ers’ head coaching job on Friday, according to CSN Bay Area, the last known interview for the team. Keep track of NFL head coaching changes and interviews here.

St. Louis Rams: The Rams have received permission to interview 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman for the same position, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. 

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Michigan: Buffalo Bills running backs coach Tyrone Wheatley is the new running backs coach at Michigan, according to Scout.com’s Sam Webb. Keep track of new FBS staffs here

Houston: Former Iowa State running backs coach Kenith Pope has been named running backs coach at Houston.

Georgia: Mark Richt explains why he hired Brian Schottenheimer as offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach. 

Campbell University: Former St. Augustine defensive coordinator / special teams coach Freddie Aughtry-Lindsay has been named linebackers coach at Campbell. 

Augustana College (IL): Per source, Monmouth College head coach Steve Bell has accepted the head coaching job at Augustana. 

Georgia: Offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Brian Schottenheimer will earn more than $1 million annually, according to the Macon Telegraph. 

Clemson: Defensive coordinator / linebackers coach Brent Venables’ new contract is a four-year deal, and the other eight assistants have received new two-year deals, the school announced. 

Michigan State: Mark Snyder’s title at Michigan State is linebackers coach / special teams coordinator. Co-defensive coordinator Mike Tressel will continue to coach the linebackers. 

Tulsa: Baylor associate athletic director of athletic performance Justin Hill has been named running backs coach at Tulsa. Hill served as a graduate assistant at Iowa State in 2012. 

Washington Redskins: 49ers tight ends coach Eric Mangini will interview for the Redskins defensive coordinator job, according to NBC Washington. 

Texas: Virginia Tech running backs / assistant head coach Shane Beamer is a candidate for the Texas tight ends / special teams job, according to 247Sports. 

LSU: Per source, Green Bay Packers assistant special teams coach Ron Zook is on LSU’s radar for the defensive coordinator job. Zook is the former head coach at Florida and Illinois. 

Georgia: Per source, Todd Hartley will be the director of player personnel at UGA. 

South Florida: Miami (Ohio) running backs coach coach Autry Denson is expected to join the USF staff, according to Sports Illustrated’s Thayer Evans. Keep track of open FBS assistant jobs here

Georgia: The Charleston Daily Mail reports Marshall tight ends coach / recruiting coordinator Todd Hartley has taken a position at Georgia. Hartley is a former graduate assistant at UGA. 

Michigan: The school has officially announced the hiring of USC offensive line coach Tim Drevno as offensive coordinator / offensive line coach. 

Kansas: Per source, Texas A&M special teams quality control assistant Gary Hyman has interviewed for the special teams job on David Beaty’s staff. 

Georgia: Director of player welfare Dave Van Halanger is no longer with the program, according to the Athens Banner-Herald. Van Halanger was the head strength and conditioning coach at Georgia for 10 years before moving to an administrative role in 2011. 

South Florida: Per source, Miami (Ohio) running backs coach Autry Denson has interviewed for the same job at USF. 

Houston Texans: New York Jets offensive line coach Mike Devlin has accepted the same position with the Texans, according to Fox Sports’ Alex Marvez. 

Posted by: Chris Vannini on Thursday January 08, 2015

Pitt: FIU linebackers coach Rob Harley will also join Pat Narduzzi’s staff at Pitt, according to the Miami Herald. When Narduzzi took the job last month, CoachingSearch said Harley was a name to watch. Harley is a former defensive graduate assistant at Michigan State. Keep track of new FBS staffs here

Arkansas Tech: Auburn analyst Brent Dearmon will join the Arkansas Tech staff as offensive coordinator. 

Michigan: Jaguars offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch will join the Michigan staff as passing game coordinator / wide receivers coach. 

Louisiana-Lafayette: Melvin Smith’s title at ULL is co-defensive coordinator / defensive backs / assistant head coach. James Willis’ title will remain defensive coordinator / inside linebackers coach.  

Memphis: Former Tulsa defensive coordinator Brent Guy will join the Memphis staff and coach safeties, according to KOTV in Tulsa. Keep track of open FBS assistant jobs here

Houston: Former Texas co-offensive coordinator Major Applewhite has been named offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach at Houston. 

Pitt: FIU defensive coordinator Josh Conklin has accepted the same position at Pitt, according to Sports Illustrated’s Thayer Evans. 

Louisville: Louisville offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach / assistant head coach Garrick McGee will remain at the school and receive a raise, according to ESPN’s Joe Schad. CoachingSearch reported earlier Thursday that McGee was targeted by Oklahoma. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter has been named to the same position with the Bucs. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Koetter will have a two-year deal with an option year. 

Oklahoma State: Mike Gundy has announced the addition of former Houston running backs coach Dan Hammerschmidt as a defensive assistant and former Youngstown State head coach Eric Wolford as an offensive assistant. Their specific roles were not announced. In addition, wide receivers coach Jason Ray will not return. These hires fill the openings on Gundy's staff. 

SMU: Per source, SMU may target former Kansas defensive line coach Buddy Wyatt for the open defensive line job. 

Louisiana-Lafayette: Former Auburn cornerbacks coach Melvin Smith will join the ULL staff as defensive backs coach, according to the Daily Advertiser. CoachingSearch has confirmed the hire. In addition, per source, Mike Lucas will coach outside linebackers. 

Arkansas: The Arkansas News reports six coaches have signed contract extensions with raises, with others in the process of finalizing deals. Coaches extended through June 2016 include tight ends coach Barry Lunney ($240,000) and defensive line coach Rory Segrest ($240,000). Coaches extended through June 2017 include defensive coordinator Robb Smith ($750,000 with $50,000 annual raise), defensive backs coach Clay Jennings ($350,000) and strength coach Ben Herbert ($330,000 with $10,000 annual raise). Offensive line coach Sam Pittman ($525,000) is extended through June 2018.

Kentucky: Tight ends coach / recruiting coordinator Vince Marrow’s raise will pay him $350,000 in 2015, with $25,000 annual increases for the next two years, according to the Louisville Courier-Journal. Marrow turned down an offer to join the Michigan staff. He earned $275,000 in 2014. 

Nebraska: Mike Riley said Thursday he still is looking at four or five candidates for the open wide receivers job and will continue interviews. 

New York Giants: Redskins defensive backs coach Raheem Morris will interview for the Giants defensive coordinator job on Friday, according to CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora. 

Pitt: Per source, Michigan State football operations assistant Ben Mathers will be the director of football operations for Pat Narduzzi at Pitt. 

Michigan: Scout.com’s Sam Webb reports Bills running backs coach Tyrone Wheatley has been offered the running backs job on Jim Harbaugh’s staff. Wheatley is a former Michigan running back. Webb also reports Michigan cornerbacks coach Roy Manning is interviewing with Harbaugh on Thursday. 

Chicago Bears: Saints director of player personnel Ryan Pace has been named general manager of the Bears. 

Illinois: The school has announced that special teams coordinator Tim Salem and defensive line coach Greg Colby have been dismissed. 

Penn State: Defensive coordinator / safeties coach Bob Shoop explains why he turned down LSU interest to remain at Penn State. 

Albany: Per source, former Clarion University head coach Jay Foster has joined the Albany staff as defensive backs coach. 

Oklahoma: Per source, Oklahoma is targeting Louisville assistant head coach Garrick McGee. McGee, who is in his first season as offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach at Louisville, will interview with Sooners head coach Bob Stoops. The Cardinals finished 9-4 this season, while playing three different quarterbacks. McGee is a former Oklahoma quarterback. 

Houston Texans: Offensive line coach Paul Dunn has been dismissed, according to the Houston Chronicle. 

Utah: In a radio interview Thursday, Kyle Whittingham addressed reports of clashes with administration and if he’ll be back next season, along with updating the search for three new assistants. 

Michigan: Fox Sports’ Peter Schrager reports former Jaguars offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch will be offered the pass game coordinator job at Michigan. 

UConn: The Hartford Courant reports offensive line coach Mike Foley will not return next season. Foley has been at UConn for the past nine seasons. 

Weber State: Head coach Jay Hill has withdrawn his name from consideration for the defensive coordinator at Utah, according to KSL in Salt Lake City. 

New York Giants: The Giants have requested to interview Redskins defensive backs coach Raheem Morris for their defensive coordinator job, according to Newsday, which adds that Ravens defensive backs coach Steve Spagnuolo and Bills defensive line coach Pepper Johnson are also candidates. 

Michigan: The school has announced that D.J. Durkin’s title will be defensive coordinator / linebackers coach. 

Tulsa: SMU defensive line coach Bill Young will be named defensive coordinator at Tulsa, according to Scout.com’s SMU site. It’s Young’s second move this offseason and second stint at Tulsa, where he coached from 1980-84, including two years as defensive coordinator. Young was the head coach at Yukon HS (OK) last season. He has also served as defensive coordinator at Oklahoma State, Miami (FL), Kansas, USC, Oklahoma and Ohio State. 

Kansas: David Beaty explains why the strength coach was his most important hire

Cleveland Browns: Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and quarterbacks coach Dowell Loggains will not return, according to Fox Sports’ Alex Marvez, who adds that Shanahan requested his release. Shanahan is interviewing for the Bills head coaching job today. CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora says Charlie Weis is a potential replacement for the Browns. 

Georgia: Speed coach Sherman Armstrong is no longer with the program, according to the Athens Banner-Herald. New head strength and conditioning coach Mark Hocke will earn $200,000 annually, and former strength coach Joe Tereshinski will remain with the program as a program coordinator. 

Saint Augustine (NC): Running backs coach Timothy Chavous has added co-offensive coordinator duties, offensive line coach Jimmy Heggins has added the title of assistant head coach, and wide receivers coach Wayne Kelly will serve as special teams coordinator, with other coaching assignments to be determined.

Boise State: Offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Mike Sanford interviewed for the same job at Ohio State, but will remain with the Broncos, according to Sports Illustrated’s Thayer Evans.  

Michigan State: Former Texas A&M defensive coordinator Mark Snyder is expected to join the Michigan State staff, according to Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman. Snyder worked with Mark Dantonio on the Ohio State staff from 2001-03. Dantonio said earlier this week he was looking for a front-seven coach with special teams work. 

Penn State: Defensive coordinator / safeties coach Bob Shoop will receive a new three-year contract worth nearly $1 million annually, according to Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman. Shoop was in the mix for the LSU defensive coordinator job. 

Posted by: Chris Vannini on Wednesday January 07, 2015

Oakland Raiders: The San Jose Mercury-News has an interview with Raiders owner Mark Davis about his interview with Mike Shanahan for the head coaching job. 

Penn State: Per source, defensive coordinator / safeties coach Bob Shoop will remain at PSU. Shoop was in the mix for the LSU defensive coordinator job, and the Baton Rouge Advocate reports Shoop interviewed Wednesday. Shoop tweeted Wednesday night, "#WEARE..So excited 2 b  part of the Penn State Family. Lots of work 2 b done. Committed 2 building a Big 10 n National Championship Program!"

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Oklahoma: TCU co-offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Sonny Cumbie was in Norman with Oklahoma offensive coaches on Wednesday, according to Fox Sports Southwest. 

Chicago Bears: Chiefs director of player personnel Chris Ballard and Saints director of player personnel Ryan Pace interviewed for the Bears’ general manager job on Wednesday, the Bears have announced.    

Ball State: Eastern Kentucky athletic director Mark Sandy will be named to the same position at Ball State, according to ESPN’s Brett McMurphy.  

Michigan: 49ers assistant strength and conditioning coach Kevin Tolbert will join the Michigan staff as head strength coach, according to Fox Sports’ Alex Marvez. 

West Virginia: The school has officially announced the addition of UNC-Charlotte defensive coordinator Bruce Tall as defensive line coach. Dana Holgorsen will announce staff reorganization at a later date. In addition, former Arizona graduate assistant and West Virginia linebacker Reed Williams has joined the WVU staff in an undisclosed role. 

Pitt: KDKA in Pittsburgh reports Maryland running backs coach / special teams coordinator Andre Powell will join Pat Narduzzi’s staff and coach special teams, while Notre Dame assistant strength and conditioning coach Dave Andrews will be the head strength coach. Keep track of new FBS staffs here

Virginia State: Richmond inside linebackers coach Byron Thweatt will be named head coach at Virginia State, according to the Roanoke Times-Dispatch. Thweatt has been at Richmond since 2007. 

Michigan: Scout.com’s Sam Webb reports 49ers defensive backs coach Greg Jackson will join Jim Harbaugh's Michigan staff as a defensive backs coach, and Bills running backs coach Tyrone Wheatley was set to interview for a job Wednesday. 

Philadelphia Eagles: Houston Texans director of player personnel Brian Gaine will interview for the Eagles’ general manager job, according to NFL Network’s Albert Breer. 

BYU: Head coach Bronco Mendenhall will oversee the defense and take over defensive play-calling next season, the school has announced. 

Atlanta Falcons: Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin interviewed for the Falcons head coaching job on Wednesday, according to the Detroit Free Press. In addition, the team has announced that assistant general manager Scott Pioli will oversee pro and college scouting and the draft and report to GM Thomas Dimitroff, and Dimitroff and the new head coach will report directly to owner Arthur Blank. Keep track of NFL head coaching changes and interviews here

Vanderbilt: Philadelphia Eagles assistant defensive backs coach Todd Lyght will join the Vanderbilt staff as cornerbacks coach, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Keep track of open FBS assistant jobs here

Florida: Jim McElwain explains what’s going into his search for a wide receivers coach, the last opening on his staff. 

New York Jets: The team has announced it will interview Buccaneers director of player personnel Jon Robinson for their general manager position. 

BC Lions: Jeff Tedford has hired Saskatchewan Roughriders offensive coordinator George Cortez to the same position with the Lions, according to News1130. Cortez served as Tedford’s offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach at Cal from 2002-05.

Southwest Oklahoma State: Fort Hays State offensive line coach Justin Iske has joined the SWOSU staff in the same position. 

Nebraska: Mike Riley has officially announced the addition and titles for Danny Langsdorf (offensive coordinator), Reggie Davis (running backs), Hank Hughes (defensive line) and Charlton Warren (defensive backs). The lone remaining opening is likely a wide receivers coach. 

Kentucky: Tight ends coach / recruiting coordinator Vince Marrow described why he turned down Michigan to stay at UK

Georgia: The school has announced the hiring of St. Louis Rams offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer as offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach. Schottenheimer last coached in college in 2000 as USC's tight ends coach and has two years of college coaching experience. Schottenheimer is a former quarterback at Florida and played under Steve Spurrier. 

Colorado State: The school has announced that Marty English will serve as linebackers coach, and Bryan Applewhite will serve as running backs coach. See Bobo’s full staff here

Louisiana Tech: Copiah-Lincoln CC (MS) offensive coordinator / offensive line coach and former Stephen F. Austin head coach Robert McFarland will join the Louisiana Tech staff as offensive line coach, according to Rivals.com’s LA Tech site. 

Wisconsin: Paul Chryst has secured Pitt offensive coordinator Joe Rudolph for the same position at Wisconsin, according to the Wisconsin State Journal. The paper also reports Chryst is looking to bring in Pitt defensive coordinator Matt House as defensive line coach and running backs coach John Settle for the same role and is waiting for a decision from Pitt outside linebackers coach / special teams coordinator Chris Haering. Greg Matzek of 620 WTMJ in Milwaukee adds that Pitt defensive tackles coach Inoke Breckterfield will join the staff as defensive line coach, and Pitt strength and conditioning coach Ross Kolodziej will join in the same role. 

Buffalo Bills: The Bills will interview Browns head coach Kyle Shanahan for their head coaching job on Thursday, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. 

Utah State: The Salt Lake Tribune reports former Oklahoma co-offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Josh Heupel is on the Utah State campus today. 

Wyoming: Former Michigan safeties coach Curt Mallory will join the Wyoming staff as defensive backs coach, according to the Casper Star-Tribune. 

Butler CC (KS): Defensive coordinator Tim Schaffner has been promoted to head coach. 

Pitt: Per source, Michigan State football operations assistant Ben Mathers will join Pat Narduzzi at Pitt in an operations role. 

Kansas: CoachingSearch has confirmed that Cal offensive line coach Zach Yenser has joined the KU staff as offensive line coach / run game coordinator. The news was first reported by Rivals. 

New York Giants: Defensive coordinator Perry Fewell has been dismissed, according to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora, who says Falcons defensive coordinator Mike Nolan should get strong consideration for the job. The New York Daily News adds that cornerbacks coach Peter Giunta has also been dismissed. 

Ole Miss: Assistant AD / recruiting operations Corey Batoon will be promoted to the open full-time assistant job, according to Rivals. Hugh Freeze is still deciding how to make up the defensive staff. Batoon could coach safeties, moving defensive coordinator Dave Wommack to linebackers. Batoon served as an interim assistant for the bowl game. 

Nicholls State: Per source, Catholic HS (LA) defensive coordinator Anthony Camp will join the Nicholls State staff as defensive line coach. 

Atlanta Falcons: NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports the Falcons will bring finalists for another round of interviews, and Rex Ryan is among them. 

New Orleans Saints: Defensive coordinator Rob Ryan will return next season, according to NOLA.com.