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Tue, 26 Jul 2011 07:18:57 -0700
The Seattle Seahawks are expected to give free-agent QB Matt Leinart (Texans) a look, and it might even be considered likely that he'll end up in Seattle. Not only did head coach Pete Carroll coach Leinart in college, but quarterbacks Carl Smith was Leinart's position coach in 2004.
Wed, 19 Jan 2011 07:36:06 -0800
The Seattle Seahawks may be interested in Cleveland Browns quarterbacks coach Carl Smith for a position on their coaching staff, reports Mary Kay Cabot, of The Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Mon, 02 Nov 2009 16:53:46 -0800
CBSSports.com reports Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini said offensive coordinator Brian Daboll would not be fired during the team's Week 9 bye. Mangini did speak at length about quarterbacks coach Carl Smith's play-calling and game-planning experience.
Thu, 25 Jan 2007 09:19:32 -0800
Kent Somers, of the Arizona Republic, reports the Arizona Cardinals spoke with former Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Carl Smith about becoming their quarterbacks coach, but Smith is not expected to accept the role, according to an NFL source.
Tue, 02 Jan 2007 17:42:33 -0800
SportsTicker reports Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Carl Smith has been fired.
Wed, 22 Jun 2005 23:01:40 -0700
Vito Stellino, of the Florida Times-Union, reports Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Carl Smith can't wait until training camp when he can get a better understanding of where the team's offense is at. "I'm really happy with the way our offensive guys approached the offseason and they were receptive to our teaching,'' Smith said. ''Really, I had no idea we'd be this far along.'' Smith, along with assistant coaches Ken Anderson and Andy Heck, put together a 600-page playbook during the offseason that focuses on the current players' talents. The players, says Smith, have responded well to the changes.
Fri, 17 Jun 2005 19:45:11 -0700
Vic Ketchman, of Jaguars.com, reports Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Carl Smith and the rest of the offensive coaching staff completely overhauled the playbook during the offseason. "We started with no pages," Smith said. "Every page in there was drawn by (quarterbacks coach) Ken Anderson and (offensive line assistant) Andy Heck. We said, 'What do you want to call that play? And what do you want to call that?' The approach was that we have about 200 years of knowledge in here. Let's see what we can do. Let's see what we can call it." Part of the team's new offensive philosophy will be to stretch the field with more of a vertical passing game.
Wed, 11 May 2005 12:08:41 -0700
Bart Hubbuch, of the Florida Times-Union, reports Jacksonville Jaguars new offensive coordinator Carl Smith expects the club to utilize three and four wide receiver sets on a consistent basis this year. "We as a staff are comfortable with [using a lot of multiple-receiver sets]," Smith said. Smith has previously been criticized for being too conservative with his play calling during his time with the New Orleans Saints.
Mon, 11 Apr 2005 19:51:33 -0700
Vic Ketchman, of Jaguars.com, reports Jacksonville Jaguars WR Reggie Williams is excited about playing in offensive coordinator Carl Smith's aggressive, down-the-field passing game this season. "We've met a couple of times already and I like his style," said Williams.
Thu, 07 Apr 2005 20:08:02 -0700
Jacksonville Jaguars QB Byron Leftwich is very enthusiastic to be working with offensive coordinator Carl Smith and is fond of Smith's strategy for moving the football, reports Vic Ketchman of Jaguars.com. "I love the system, the route tree and the things we are doing. I think it's going to let us attack more," Leftwich said.
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