Sport Matt Campbell receiving interest from NFL teams?

01:30  28 november  2020
01:30  28 november  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Six NFL teams reached out to Iowa State's Matt Campbell during recent coaching cycle. "I am really good at not listening to the outside noise," Campbell said in the Tuesday interview about the interest in him. "I think any people that want to talk about jobs or any of those things, it's a reflection of what the

Iowa State coach Matt Campbell is being talked about in numerous NFL front offices as a potential head-coaching candidate, league sources said, with the Browns It remains to be seen if Campbell will be open to listening to NFL overtures, but he is very much on the radar of teams and headhunters.

Iowa State’s Matt Campbell continues to bolster his name in the coaching community with his success, and it sounds as if he might be primed for an even bigger move.

Matt Campbell wearing a hat: Iowa State coach Matt Campbell is apparently getting a lot of attention in NFL circles. © Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Iowa State coach Matt Campbell is apparently getting a lot of attention in NFL circles.

Albert Breer of The MMQB suggested Friday that Campbell’s name has been coming up in NFL circles. Breer says that Campbell has “built momentum” as a potential NFL head coach for some time now, and has only helped himself in 2021 with his excellent season with the Cyclones.

Iowa State beat Texas on Friday to clinch a share of the Big 12 regular-season title. The Cyclones have also beaten Oklahoma this season. It’s Campbell’s third consecutive winning season as Iowa State's head coach.

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Several NFL teams apparently took a hard look at Iowa State football coach Matt Campbell . According to USA Today, six different NFL teams This is kind of interesting . I wonder if NFL teams cooled on him or if Campbell just didn’t want to go the next level. Not that I have anything necessarily

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Campbell has reportedly received NFL interest before. It sounds as if that interest may only be intensifying as his stock continues to rise.

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