Jets plan to talk to Dolphins QBs coach Darrell Bevell for offensive coordinator job1 min read
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By: Billy Riccette
The New York Jets said they could be looking at a veteran voice to help lead the offense and one such name that has popped up as a possibility was Darrell Bevell.
Bevell is currently the pass game coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the Miami Dolphins, who were just eliminated from the playoffs by the Buffalo Bills Sunday.
The Jets now plan to speak with Bevell according to a report from NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
The #Jets plan to speak with #Dolphins pass game coordinator and quarterbacks coach Darrell Bevell for their vacant OC job, sources say. Bevell has served as OC for three different teams and could serve as a key veteran voice.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 16, 2023
Bevell has been offensive coordinator for four different teams — Vikings, Seahawks, Lions, Jaguars — and has been interim head coach for two franchises — Lions and Jaguars.
Bevell worked with Robert Saleh in Seattle from 2011-2013 when Saleh was a defensive quality control coach for the Seahawks, winning Super Bowl XLVIII together.
Originally posted on Jets Wire