NYJ Announce Coaching Changers for 2007
Courtesy Of The New York Jets
HEMPSTEAD, NY â€“ The New York Jets announced the following additions and changes to their 2007 coaching staff: Mike MacIntyre was named Secondary Coach; Dan Quinn was named Defensive Line Coach; Brian Daboll was named Quarterbacks Coach; Sal Alosi was named Head Strength and Conditioning Coach; Jerome Henderson was named Assistant Secondary Coach in addition to his current responsibilities as Director of Player Development; Denny Marcin was signed to a contract extension as a Defensive Assistant Coach. The moves were announced by Head Coach Eric Mangini.
MacIntyre joins the Jets after four years as an assistant coach with the Cowboys, where he coached the safeties in 2006. He also coached in college at Mississippi (1999-2002), Temple (1997-98), Tennessee-Martin (1993-96), Davidson (1992) and Georgia (1991).
Quinn joins the Jets after two years coaching the Miami Dolphinsâ€™ defensive line and as a Defensive Coach for four years with the San Francisco 49ers (2001-2004). He coached the defensive line at Hofstra University (1996-2000), including the 2000 season as Defensive Coordinator.
Daboll joins the Jets after seven seasons with the New England Patriots (2000-06), the last five coaching the Patriotsâ€™ wide receivers. Daboll started with the Patriots on the defensive side of the ball, after working as a Graduate Assistant at Michigan State (1998-99).
Alosi returns to the Jets after a year as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Atlanta Falcons. Alosi was an assistant in the strength and conditioning department for the Jets for four years (2002-05). A native of Massapequa, Long Island, Alosi was a linebacker at Hofstra University before starting his coaching career at his alma mater (2001).
Henderson begins his first season as Assistant Secondary Coach for the Jets. He joined the Jets in 2006 as Director of Player Development, a title he will retain in 2007.
Marcin is in his fourth season with the Jets and his 11th year as an NFL coach.