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Friday January 28, 2011

Friday January 28, 2011

UCF: John Skladany was promoted to defensive coordinator.

Grambling State: Grambling State has issued a statement that Rod Broadway has chosen to stay at the school as head. Broadway was offered the head coaching job at NC A&T and went through counter offers.

Kansas State: Bill Snyder has promoted his son, Sean Snyder, from DFO to special teams coordinator.

Emporia State: We hear offensive line coach Matt Walter has added the title of offensive coordinator.

Carolina Panthers: Our sources tell us that former Pittsburgh Panthers wide receivers coach Scott Turner has accepted the offensive quality control job with the Panthers.

Tennessee Titans: ESPN's Adam Schefter believes current offensive line coach Mike Munchak is the favorite to become head coach.

Denver Broncos: Former Carolina Panthers special teams assistant Sam Garnes accepted the assistant defensive backs job with the Broncos. Keith Burns will remain with the staff as assistant special teams coach.

Michigan: Check the DFO Scoop. We also have the latest at Elon University.

Northern Illinois: We have learned that former Kent State corners coach Richard McNutt has been hired as the corners coach at Northern Illinois.

Baltimore Ravens: According to reports, quarterbacks coach Jim Zorn has been dismissed from the staff.

Oakland Raiders: Stanford strength & conditioning intern Steve Wisniewski has accepted the assistant offensive line job with the Raiders.

Stanford: We are hearing that San Francisco 49ers assistant Jason Tarver and current Stanford defensive backs coach Derek Mason will serve as co-defensive coordinators.

Northwestern State: Head coach Bradley Dale Peveto has agreed to extend his 3-year contract by an additional one year.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Our sources tell us that former Kansas tight ends / assistant offensive line coach Brandon Blaney accepted the defensive quality control position with the Jaguars.

Louisville: AD Tom Jurich says he's working on a new contract for head coach Charlie Strong.