Adam Gase Hired As Jets Head Coach

Adam Gase Hired As Jets Head Coach

The New York Jets hired former Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase as their head coach Wednesday night, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press. Gase was sacked following three seasons in South Florida.

Gase replaces Todd Bowles, who was sacked after he went 24-40 in four seasons and no playoff appearances.

Gase followed coach John Fox to Chicago in 2015 to be the Bears' offensive co-ordinator.

The Jets job was widely considered to be one of the most attractive among the eight coaching vacancies in the National Football League this offseason. His relationship with quarterback Aaron Rodgers seemed to sour throughout the season, but a fresh start with a young, promising QB like Sam Darnold could be a nice match for both McCarthy and the Jets.

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The team completed its interview process this week, landing on the former Dolphins coach who went 23-25 in Miami after being the quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator in Denver.

The Jets had reportedly been interested in hiring Baylor head coach Matt Rhule. It was not clear if Rhule was offered the job.

This came on the same day as former Jets coach Todd Bowles was hired as Tampa Bay's defensive coordinator. NY was linked to Kliff Kingsbury, but he took the Arizona Cardinals job.

Dowell Loggains, Gase's offensive coordinator in Miami this season, is expected to join him in NY, according to multiple reports.