Friday March 2, 2012
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Montreal Alouettes: Sources tell me that former Minnesota Vikings assistant defensive backs coach Matt Sheldon has accepted the linebackers job with the Alouettes.
Georgia State: I'm hearing that former Old Dominion defensive coordinator / linebackers coach Andy Rondeau has emerged as a candidate at Georgia State.
Nebraska: Terry Joseph has now accepted the defensive backs job at Nebraska.
Oklahoma: Former Oklahoma player Derrick Strait will serve as the defensive quality control.
Wisconsin: Running backs coach Thomas Hammock has added the title of recruiting coordinator.
Riverside City College: is looking to hire a defensive line coach. Small stipend. Must have BA degree. Send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Pittsburgh Steelers: I hear that Pittsburgh Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson walked for the first time on Thursday since the fire that left Wilson with severe burns. I'm told Wilson has started to make great progress in his recovery. Everyone is pulling for you, Kirby.
Tennessee: Terry Joseph is expected to accept the defensive backs job at Nebraska. Don't be surprised if Derek Dooley contacts a couple of coaches including Tulane defensive backs coach Jason Rollins.
Cincinnati: Butch Jones talks about his plan to replace defensive backs / special teams coordinator / associate head coach Kerry Coombs.
North Texas: Montana State co-defensive coordinator / defensive backs coach Noah Joseph has joined Dan McCarney's staff at North Texas as safeties coach. Joseph replaces Anthony Weaver, who has joined the New York Jets' coaching staff in a defensive quality control capacity.