Jets complete interview with Todd Monken

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The Jets have completed their interview with Todd Monken on Tuesday.

Monken has served as the Buccaneers’ offensive coordinator for three seasons, with Tampa Bay ranking third in total offense, including first in passing, this season.

Monken, 52, was the head coach at Southern Miss for three seasons. He has spent the majority of his career at the college level aside from a stint with the Jaguars in 2007-10 as their receivers coach.

The Jets interviewed former Lions and Colts head coach Jim Caldwell and former Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury on Monday. The team previously talked to Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, Cowboys defensive backs coach/passing game coordinator Kris Richard, former Dolphins coach Adam Gase and former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy.

10 responses to “Jets complete interview with Todd Monken

  1. Let’s hire someone the suspense is killing me either Monken McCarthy or Gase are best candidates I believe with what’s available no more interviews let’s finalize something

  2. It’ll be great to look back in 3-4 years and verify that of all the potential HC candidates available this off-season, the Jets chose the worst one.

  3. The next coach will have to hire a great defense coordinator or otherwise we will fail again.

  4. Geez, it looks like McCarthy is going to be left jobless. I have this picture of him sitting in front of the TV next season on a fall Sunday in a pair of stretched out sweats drowning his sorrows with 3 pizzas, a bucket of wings and a tub of ice cream. . . .

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