The annual hiring cycle throughout the NFL is heating up, and one Corridor-of-Famer has some very particular recommendation for homeowners and GMs throughout the league.
Former Ravens security Ed Reed famous his ideas on what teams ought to do when trying for a new coach. Reed tweeted Wednesday that NFL homeowners have to “cease recycling unhealthy teaching.”
There are a selection of former head coaches accessible for the seven teams at present searching for a new coach.
Former Dolphins head coach Brian Flores has already landed an interview with Chicago after his curious dismissal from the Dolphins, and former Eagles coach Doug Pederson is a candidate for a number of head teaching positions.
Hiring a coach with a observe document of success will pay apparent dividends, although it is essential teams observe Reed’s recommendation. The unsuitable retread can set a franchise again for a number of years.
Reed, 43, was a five-time All-Professional in 12 NFL seasons. He was named Defensive Participant of the Year in 2004, and he was enshrined within the Professional Soccer Corridor-of-Fame in 2019. Given Reed’s observe document of success, maybe entrance workplaces throughout the league ought to heed his recommendation.
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