Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Jens1893, Jan 24, 2013.
Good for him...
good for him. Hopefully he will do a better job than he did here. Cleveland is no Boulder
Well, kinda glad he didn't end up back in college. And I don't know whether to laugh or cry at this news
Good to see him land on his feet.
I would've taken a year off.
Good for Jon, will probably help him in the healing process to be back in the game.
I think you should....
At least it's not Detroit. I'm pretty sure that is Cleveland's motto.
sweet. less $ we have to pay him.
The bitterness has passed. GL to him.
Does Steve Hagen know?
You know, the guy listed on the Cleveland Browns' website as the tight ends coach?
I don't think that is an option if he wants to coach again. It seems to me that this is only possible if you have won a NC or SB. I don't know the statistics of it, but finding a job after previously doing a ****** job, getting fired and taking a year off doesn't work out all that well unless you have those prerequisites on your side. eg) Squints and Barney
And the streak is over of former CU HC not working in football after leaving the school.
Did he get a new desk?
Probably not. Have no idea of his contract but commonly the offset only would apply if he took another job at the college level. A pro job likely doesn't impact his payout at all.
Any word on delivering water to the other coaches being part of his job description?
I don't think you are right about that. Feel free to find examples proving otherwise.
Why do you think I have so much time for you?
Bear in mind they had a coaching change.
Does Steve Hagen know how many chances he gets?
Browns will win 1 to 3 games next season.
Good for JE. Could be a good fit for him.
Way to go Jon. Draft Kasa in the first round!
He landed just fine with his buyout, but I am happy that he is moving forward with his career.
He better get some coordinator experience before he cries about second chances. Good luck.
Good Luck Embree. Enjoy the Mistake by the Lake.
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