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Monday January 19, 2015

Monday January 19, 2015

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Philadelphia Eagles: The Eagles have hired Cory Undlin as defensive backs coach and named Justin Peelle as tight ends coach. The pair replaces John Lovett and Ted Williams, who will move into pro scouting roles within the organization.

Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens have requested an interview with former Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase according to multiple reports.

Bret Bielema explains how he's building his program at Arkansas.

Denver Broncos: In addition to Rick Dennison as offensive coordinator, Gary Kubiak is also bringing Brian Pariani as tight ends coach (from the Ravens), per the Denver Post.

Southwestern Assemblies of God (NAIA - TX): SAGU has announced that head coach Jesse Godding is stepping down and offensive coordinator Frank Tristan is the new head coach. Tristan has served as offensive coordinator at SAGU since 2012.

Gavilan College (CC - CA): Per source, defensive line coach Chris Boyles has decided not to return.

Montreal Alouettes (Canada): Kavis Reed has been hired as the special teams coordinator of the Alouettes. Reed served as the head coach of the Edmonton Eskimos from 2011-2013 and has coached in the CFL for 13 years total.

North Carolina: Newly hired defensive coordinator Gene Chizik has a three-year deal worth about $700,000 annually.

Oakland Raiders: Former Browns and Jets head coach Eric Mangini is set to interview for the Raiders' defensive coordinator job according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

An early signing period has been formally recommended to the Conference Commissioners Association, which oversees the NLI program. If approved, the first early signing day would be Dec. 16, 2015.

UConn: Two weeks ago, Desmond Conner, who covers UConn football for the Hartford Courant, reported that offensive line coach Mike Foley would not be retained. This morning it was brought to our attention that UConn has now officially posted the offensive coordinator position on their human resources website. Bob Diaco is working through the process; but clearly significant change is coming.

Update on the Arkansas OC search

Ohio State: Ohio State is seeking applicants for a defensive line grad assistant. Previous grad assistant and or defensive line coaching experience required. Please fax resume and references to 614.292.6592.

Eastern Michigan: Chris Creighton has announced Daniel Bullocks as the Eagles' cornerbacks coach. He spent the past three seasons coaching the defensive backs at Northern Iowa.

Chicago Bears: Patrick Finley, who covers the Bears, reports that John Fox is bringing Jeff Rodgers (who he worked with in Denver and Carolina) on board as special teams coordinator.

Atlanta Falcons: The Falcons will conduct a second interview with Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn today ESPN reports. As Adam Schefter reported last night, Quinn is expected to be the next head coach of the Falcons.

Kiel Baltic Hurricanes (Germany): The Kiel Baltic Hurricanes are looking for a defensive coordinator with play calling experience. This is an 8 month position beginning in March. Please send resumes to head coach Stephen Parker at s.parker@baltic-hurricanes.de.

Washington Redskins: Former USC defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast has interviewed for the Redskins defensive coordinator opening.

Trine (D-III - IN):Trine University is looking to fill their Week 2 slot in 2016 and 2017. Home Game on 9/10/2016 Away Game on 9/9/2017. Contact head coach Troy Abbs at abbst@trine.edu to inquire.

Southern University: Tight ends coach Justin Poindexter has been selected for the 2015 NCAA-NFL coaches academy.

Moorpark College (CC - CA): Moorpark College is seeking an individual eager to coach at collegiate level. This is a stipend position and is the range of $4,000 a season and would need to be able to start ASAP for off season recruiting and spring ball. Must be able to commute to campus and must have hudl input experience. Email assistant coach, Mike Sowers your resume at jmsowers86@gmail.com. No phone calls please.