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Thursday May 16, 2013

Thursday May 16, 2013

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Tennessee Titans: Sources tell us Luke Steckel has been hired by the Titans. We hear he will have a quality control role working both for the head coach and with the offense. Steckel, who worked in a similar capacity for the Browns the past 3-4 seasons, will be a great addition to the staff and team. 

Incarnate Word (FCS): The University of the Incarnate Word is looking to hire an offensive Graduate Assistant for Fall 2013, preferably with quarterback coaching or playing experience. Knowledge or familiarity of football throughout the state of Texas is a plus. A tuition waiver and monthly stipend will be provided. Please email all inquiries to Kyle Kennan at

WPI: WPI is no longer accepting applications for their open positions. Thank you for the overwhelming interest.

Buffalo Bills: Buffalo has announced the hires of New Orleans' Jim Monos as director of player personnel and Pittsburgh Steelers' Kelvin Fisher as director of college scouting.

At 22 years old, in his first year as OC, Scotty Walden lead the most productive offense in the NCAA

Washington Redskins: Former FAU running backs coach David Serna has been chosen to participate in the Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship with the Redskins.

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Black Hills State (D-II - SD): Black Hills State has announced the hiring of three grad assistants. Pierre HS (SD) assistant Shawn Schnabel will coach the offensive line, former Sioux Falls (D-II - SD) player Blake Anderson will coach the defensive line and Wisconsin-Oshkosh (D-III) student assistant Patrick Haynes will handle the defensive backs.