Posted by: Pete Roussel on Saturday February 01, 2014
Miami Northwestern HS (FL): Wynnadotte HS (Kansas City, KS) head coach Eddie Brown has landed the head coaching job at Miami Northwestern, a source tells CoachingSearch. Brown (44) grew up in Miami. He is a member of the Arena Football Hall of Fame. Brown served as an assistant coach at Fort Scott Community College from 2009 - 2010.
Texas: According to the Austin American-Statesman, assistant coach salaries are up for approval by the school's board of regents, and all are three-year deals. Quarterbacks / assistant head coach Shawn Watson will earn $610,000 annually, offensive coordinator / offensive line coach Joe Wickline will earn $535,000, defensive coordinator Vance Bedford will earn $760,000, strength and conditioning coach Pat Moorer will earn $330,000, and running backs coach Tommie Robinson will earn $185,000 in the first year and $335,000 in the next two.
Cleveland Browns: According to The Baltimore Sun, Ravens offensive line coach Andy Moeller has accepted the same position with the Browns.
Bethune-Cookman: CoachingSearch has learned that Bethune-Cookman tight ends / tackles coach Lawal McCray has decided to remain at the school, despite an offer to join the Virginia Union staff.
Cleveland Browns: According to Fox Sports' Alex Marvez, former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan will be named offensive coordinator for the Browns.
West Florida: UNC-Pembroke head coach Pete Shinnick has accepted the head coaching job at West Florida.
South Alabama: Early in the week, CoachingSearch reported that South Alabama head coach Joey Jones would promote from within for the defensive coordinator job. Jones has now made it official by promoting inside linebackers coach Travis Pearson to defensive coordinator.
Jackson State: SMU offensive grad assistant Timmy Chang officially accepted the offensive coordinator position at Jackson State. According to the Clarion-Ledger, SMU offensive grad assistant Tommy Poynter may also soon join the Jackson State staff.
William & Mary: Per source, William & Mary tight ends coach Mike Godsil is leaving the staff to pursue an opportunity outside of coaching.