Mike McCarthy has no interest in any other job outside of Jets

Jets final report card Grading every player’s 2018 season

Jets final report card Grading every player’s 2018 season

Former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning recommended Adam Gase to the New York Jets during their head coach search, according to NFL Network's Jeff Darlington.

According to reports, the Jets have interviewed McCarthy, Jim Caldwell, Todd Monken, Eric Bieniemy and Adam Gase for the position.

It was rumored McCarthy was going to either the Cleveland Browns or the New York Jets. The Jets had talked to several candidates, most notably former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy, but decided Gase was their man on Wednesday. Considering he mostly worked with Ryan Tannehill (a middle-of-the-road starter) who he took to the playoffs, Jay Cutler (who came out of retirement) and Brock Osweiler (who filled in for Tannehill some this year), you could argue Gase did a pretty good job with the Dolphins offense. Gase left to join John Fox's staff with the Chicago Bears in 2015. Loggains was the Dolphins' offensive coordinator during the 2018 season.

Adam Gase, welcome to NY.

The Whiteboard: The Chicago Bulls got a good return for Justin Holiday
According to The Athletic, Brooks and his agent are working with Chicago in hopes the team will trade him to another team. Holiday is a solid 3-and-D wing player, but the 29-year-old is not as useful to the Bulls as future assets are.

Gase replaces Todd Bowles, who was sacked after he went 24-40 in four seasons and no playoff appearances.

A source confirmed to The Athletic that the 40-year-old will become the 19th head coach in franchise history. That's in line with modern National Football League philosophy, but given Gase's history as a head coach-which isn't any more impressive than Bowles' on its face-this could be an uphill battle for a team in need of talent at several positions along the roster. His teams went 5-1 against the Jets.

Hey, only time will tell if Gase was the right call.

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