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Sport Wade Phillips unsure if chance to coach again will come

23:40  07 february  2020
23:40  07 february  2020 Source:   nbcsports.com

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Wade Phillips just finished up the most successful five-year run of his long career, but he once again finds Whether or not he gets that chance remains up in the air. He may have another half-decade of NFL coaching And again , the point here is that no realistic price is too high to lock Mahomes up at.

This means that defensive coordinator Wade Phillips would not be returning. Phillips already may be destined to leave; with Washington firing defensive coordinator Joe Barry, the next move could be to bring Phillips to D.C. Wade Phillips could come to the Phins. Great coordinator, lousy head coach .

The coaching carousel has almost come to a halt for the year, and Wade Phillips still doesn’t have a horse to ride.

And that has left the veteran defensive coordinator a bit down.

Phillips told Albert Breer of SI.com that he’s not sure what he’s going to do, now that most of the jobs have been filled and he doesn’t have one.

“Really,” Phillips said, “I just want to be able to help somebody win.”

The Rams decided to make a change after the season, bringing in Brandon Staley as their new coordinator.

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Wade Phillips started his professional coaching career in 1976, a decade before McVay was born. That causes some confusion and gives the defensive backs a better chance . Therein lies the true genius of Wade Phillips . He integrates miscast players into his well-known defensive concepts while

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Since then, the 72-year-old Phillips hasn’t had as much interest as you might think. He talked to Cleveland about a spot on Kevin Stefanski’s staff, but they waited to hire Joe Woods from the 49ers for their coordinator job.

He hoped to continue working. Now, he doesn’t know what he’s going to do, as he considers his first year without football since 2014.

“I’ve learned it over the years,” he said. “My first three years were in Houston, we lost the AFC Championship twice to Pittsburgh, and they won the Super Bowl. The next year we lost to Oakland in the playoffs, and they won the Super Bowl, and we got fired. That’s when I realized there’s two kinds of coaches, like my dad said—ones that have been fired, and ones that are gonna be fired. I mean, you can’t take it as a reflection on you.

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You have a chance to make a Final Four. No matter what happens if this ends up being a guilty thing the season isn’t going to count. So go for it all. So now he’s just gone full fuck it mode. I love that. Embrace being the heel. Hell, the majority of the LSU fanbase is on Wade ’s side because they aren’t

Wade Phillips has been in the NFL longer (40 years) than his new boss has been alive (31), but the Rams’ defensive coordinator says Sean McVay is just like any other head coach he’s worked for. When I come in they know what I’ve done and they’ll say, Will you take the job if I offer it to you?

“If they only fired bad coaches, then I would feel bad. But they’ve fired a lot of good coaches. It happens. It’s part of the business. That’s the bad part of the business—somebody in my position at this time. Still, it’s part of it, that’s what happens. They wanna make changes and they have the ability to do it.”

Phillips has a strong resume, including three head coaching stints (Cowboys, Bills, and Broncos) and being named assistant coach of the year in 2015 when he helped lead the Broncos to a Super Bowl. But so far this offseason, that hasn’t helped him find a job.

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