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Jeff Jagodzinski as OC.

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Zero2Cool, Jan 15, 2006.

  1. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    I've seen posters say they like this move. I wanna know why. I don't know squat about this dude(other than Sherman fired him as the TE coach because he confronted Sherman about game plans and play calling). What has you excited about him?











    Current Staff
    Coaching

    * Mike McCarthy, Head Coach
    * Jeff Jagodzinski, Offensive Coordinator (added)
    * Jim Bates, Defensive Coordinator
    * Edgar Bennett, Running Backs
    * James Campen, Assistant Offensive Line/Quality Control
    * Brad Miller, Assistant Special Teams
    * Robert Nunn, Defensive Tackles
    * Joe Philbin, Tight Ends/Assistant Offensive Line
    * Bob Sanders, Defensive Line/Defensive Ends
    * Lionel Washington, Defensive Nickel Package/Cornerbacks

    Pro Personnel

    * Reggie McKenzie, Director of Pro Personnel
    * Tim Terry, Personnel Assistant
    * Eliot Wolf, Pro Personnel Assistant
    * Autumn Thomas-Beenenga, Pro Personnel Coordinator

    College Scouting

    * John Dorsey, Director of College Scouting
    * Shaun Herock, Assistant Director of College Scouting (Midwest)
    * Danny Mock, Scouting Coordinator
    * Lee Gissendaner, Scout (East Coast)
    * Brian Gutekunst, Scout (Southeast)
    * Alonzo Highsmith, Scout (Southwest)
    * Lenny McGill, Scout (Central Plains)
    * Sam Seale, Scout (West Coast)
    * Jon Eric Sullivan, Scout (National Football Scouting)
     
  2. tromadz

    tromadz Cheesehead

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    I am liking the move because he has past here, was disliked by sherman, and because he is an offensive line specialist who is good with running game. He learnd some of that zone blocking the last couple years, and this move all but ensures us that our o-line will be good next year.
     
  3. PackCrazed4

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    Well, once I learn how to pronounce his last name I'll look into his stats :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
  4. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    Old Article from JSOnline.com
    Indianapolis - Nearly 14 months have passed since Mike Sherman fired Packers tight ends coach Jeff Jagodzinski. Apparently time hasn't healed all wounds.


    Jagodzinski has moved on to bigger and better things, recently being promoted to Atlanta Falcons' offensive line coach after serving as their tight ends coach in 2004. But at the NFL scouting combine here Thursday, Jagodzinski looked back, and took a few shots at his former boss.

    "Coaching's fun again. And at the end, it wasn't in Green Bay," said Jagodzinski, a Wisconsin native who attended UW-Whitewater. "In Atlanta, your opinion matters. And the thing is nobody's afraid to make a suggestion. In Green Bay, a lot of guys bite their tongues on a lot of things.

    "Right now, everybody's involved in the decision process, and your opinion matters. And if you're in an organization, you want to feel that you're a part of it. And when you don't have any decision-making responsibilities or they don't take your suggestions or whatever, that's frustrating. But that doesn't matter now."

    Or does it?

    In the past month, Green Bay watched receivers coach Ray Sherman make a lateral move to Tennessee and running backs coach Johnny Roland take the same job in New Orleans. Although Jagodzinski was miles away, the moves didn't surprise him.

    "Why do you think those guys left?" he said. "It wasn't to go to a better team. It's because in Green Bay, your ideas don't get listened to."

    Jagodzinski knows the best revenge is living well. And he's done just that, first helping Falcons tight end Alge Crumpler go to his second straight Pro Bowl in 2004, then being promoted this off-season.
    "We saw things differently," Jagodzinski said of he and Sherman. "I didn't fit the way he wanted to do it and obviously I'm fitting better in Atlanta. I always enjoyed my time in Green Bay. From being there and growing up there, it was a real honor to be part of that organization.

    "But the situation I've got right now, it's unbeatable. That's one of the reasons we're winning. And there's a reason (Falcons owner) Arthur (Blank) did so well in the Home Depot business. He's a people guy and he knows how to run an organization.

    "Mike and I had different types of personalities, it was his decision, he's the boss and he's got to live with his decisions. But look at me now. How could things be any better?"
     
  5. tromadz

    tromadz Cheesehead

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    I like the guy. He seems like disliked shermans coaching style, that shermans opinion was the only one that mattered. thats ridiculous. At least give your coach some time to talk to you, even if you wont do a damn thing he suggests. But sherman had to spend his time wisely, like going to the combine:
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    Hehe..(please keep the 'why the sherman cheapshot, dude' posts to yourself, im just goofin)

    But JJ helped mold alge crumpler into the TE he is, and THAT is impressive. Falcons O-line and TEs were good, so ill look for some more Martin action at the TE, or Bubba Franks if he can stay healthy.
     
  6. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    hey now bubba has been a really reliable guy up til this season!
     
  7. Zero2Cool

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    Now it's official. Jag is the OC.
     
  8. tromadz

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    Whoooooo! Jag-Off!
     

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