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Fri, 26 Jan 2001 20:02:06 -0800
According to the Associated Press, the New York Giants held their last full practice earlier today in preparation for Sunday's Super Bowl. Former QB Jeff Hostetler stopped by and threw passes to the receivers and running backs while the team was loosening up for the two-hour workout at the Buccaneers training complex. Everyone practiced for the Giants and all their injured, with the exception of CB Reggie Stephens (Inactive), should be good to go on Sunday. The team will have a 45-minute walk-through practice on Saturday.
Fri, 12 Jan 2001 00:01:20 -0800
The Tribune Review reports former NFL QB Jeff Hostetler told Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher he is not interested in the team's QB coach position. Hostetler couldn't commit to the time required during the season - between 60-70 hours a week and a long daily commute. Cowher will now turn his attention to Tom Clements and Turk Schonert. Cowher did meet with Rodney Holman about his vacant TE coach position. Jim Sweeney, who retired from the Steelers last year after 16-year NFL playing career, and Southern California TE coach Brian Schottenheimer also may be considered.
Wed, 10 Jan 2001 00:10:54 -0800
The Post Gazette reports, as expected, Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher interviewed Jeff Hostetler (QB coach) and Russ Grimm (offensive line coach) on Tuesday. Cowher also received permission from the Jets to interview Ken Whisenhunt for the TE coaching position. The coach also received permission from the Bills to interview Turk Schonert for the Steelers QB coach job.
Sat, 06 Jan 2001 01:28:34 -0800
The Tribune Review reports Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher will interview former NFL QB Jeff Hostetler on Tuesday for the newly created position of quarterbacks coach. Cowher hopes to name a quarterbacks coach, tight ends coach and offensive line coach before leaving for the Senior Bowl January 14.
Mon, 14 Jun 1999 09:20:00 -0700
The Post-Dispatch reports the team has recently been in contact with QB Jeff Hostetler as they continue to ponder on whether or not they want to bring in a veteran QB.
Fri, 19 Feb 1999 03:40:00 -0800
The Detroit News reports the Lions are also interested in QB Jeff Hostetler as they continue to search for a potential experienced backup when they part ways with QB Scott Mitchell. QB Warren Moon's name is also still being mentioned as a possibility.
Thu, 18 Feb 1999 14:20:00 -0800
The AP reports that after visiting with the Chargers earlier in the week QB Warren Moon did confirm he would not mind playing for the Steelers and their offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride who is his old head coach. The Steelers however cannot offer Moon the two main things he is seeking - money and a starting QB job. The Steelers have said they are sticking with QB Kordell Stewart as their starter but they may want to replace Mike Tomczak as their backup. The Steelers may also want to talk with QB Jeff Hostetler who was just released by the Redskins. The Bucs, in addition to the Browns (already reported earlier) may be a team that would like to talk to Moon. Again, he'd only be a backup to Trent Dilfer.
Tue, 16 Feb 1999 14:40:00 -0800
ESPN reports the Washington Redskins officially released QB Jeff Hostetler