Instead, the Jets opted for Gase, who has a solid reputation for working with quarterbacks.
ESPN's Jeff Darlington reports that Jets rookie quarterback Sam Darnold spoke with Gase via FaceTime on Monday and felt like Gase was the right guy for the job. Gase was the Broncos' offensive coordinator during Manning's record-breaking 2013 season.
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This article was written by Seung Min Kim, Erica Werner and Jeff Stein, a reporter for The Washington Post . Pence is also set to speak with Senate Republicans on Wednesday.
Gase was the head coach in Miami for three season.
Fox brought Gase along with him to Chicago in 2015 as his offensive coordinator.
While he had control over personnel in Miami, Gase will work closely in NY with general manager Mike Maccagnan, who was retained by team chairman and CEO Christopher Johnson, to put together a competitive roster around Darnold. Seen as a rising star in the league, he was hired by the Dolphins as their head coach the following season. Miami went 10-6 in his first year and made the playoffs, and it looked for a moment that Gase might be able to work his magic with Ryan Tannehill, as well. Injuries and personnel errors doomed the Dolphins, and they were never close to contention in Gase's tenure again.
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His easy mission will be to persuade these nations that the Trump administration remains committed to neutralizing Iran. Pompeo has stressed throughout his trip to the region that Washington still aims to counter Iranian influence.
The Jets have finally picked their new head honcho. Per Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, Peyton Manning sent along an endorsement of Gase to team CEO Christopher Johnson. McCarthy had been fired with four games left in the season after a poor start but is still on contract until 2019 where he is slated to make $8 million.
This isn't a move that's going to be met with optimism from the long downtrodden Jets fan base.
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