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Donnie Henderson Lions new defensive coordinator

Discussion in 'All Other Team Discussions' started by big3, Jan 25, 2006.

  1. big3

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    ESPN.com: Lions hire Henderson
    Len Pasquarelli of ESPN.com puts in print what we've heard from radio reports: the Lions have hired Donnie Henderson. The Jets former defensive coordinator.


    Jan. 24, ESPN.com: The addition of Henderson, who interviewed for two head coach openings over the last two weeks, fills one of the two key spots on Marinelli's staff. The Lions have yet to hire an offensive coordinator, a position that will be critical, given the ongoing instability at the quarterback position.
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    Phil Snow, a defensive assistant with the Lions in 2005, is expected to be retained by the club, although his responsibilities under Marinelli haven't yet been determined. Marinelli is continuing to interview potential staffers at this week's Senior Bowl college all-star game in Mobile, Ala.

    In the emotional Henderson, the Lions certainly are getting a coordinator whose passion might match that of Marinelli, a fiery guy. Although Henderson is not a big blitz-quota coach, he preaches an aggressive style, much as Marinelli does, and has experience in the "cover two" scheme Detroit figures to employ under its new head coach.
     
  2. rmayer32

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    Good luck to the Lions I say.. Nothing wrong with that hire at all.
     

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