Sean Payton targeting Ron Prince
Posted by: Pete Roussel on February 13, 2013
CoachingSearch.com has learned that former Jacksonville Jaguars assistant offensive line coach Ron Prince will interview with Sean Payton for the running backs job with the New Orleans Saints.
A source tells CoachingSearch.com that Payton plans on shifting current running backs coach Bret Ingalls to offensive line to fill the void created when Aaron Kromer left for the offensive coordinator position with Chicago.
Prince recently interviewed for the offensive coordinator job at Rutgers. Before serving as the Jaguars' assistant offensive line coach, Prince served two years on the Indianapolis Colts' staff. He is the former head coach at Kansas State.
Kyle Flood, the Rutgers head coach, also interviewed former Virginia running backs coach Mike Faragalli, sources told CoachingSearch.com.
Payton has stated, "I have the mindset this is my first year and I just got hired."
There is no word yet on other candidates in New Orleans.
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