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Fri, 18 Jan 2013 07:56:14 -0800
The Chicago Bears hired Matt Cavanaugh as their new quarterbacks coach.
Mon, 07 Jan 2013 14:51:14 -0800
The New York Jets have informed quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh that he will not return next season.
Sat, 01 Dec 2012 06:45:14 -0800
Although he still continues to make mistakes, New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez is making strides as a starting quarterback in the NFL, according to quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh. "I'm generally pleased," Cavanaugh said. "He's still developing, but it's hard to ask for patience when you're 4-7, but I think with a young quarterback whose got talent, you've got to be patient."
Tue, 14 Feb 2012 04:53:13 -0800
The New York Jets announced that quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh will return in 2012 in the same capacity.
Sun, 22 Jan 2012 11:49:11 -0800
The New York Jets are continuing to evaluate quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh and there is a chance that he will not return next season.
Fri, 13 Jan 2012 14:33:53 -0800
New York Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano said he wants to incorporate a very physical style of offense next season, often called a "Ground & Pound" offense by head coach Rex Ryan. Sparano will have full control over the offense, meaning he will call all the plays. He is expected to go with a run-first offense, but Sparano also said he wants to have a vertical passing attack. Sparano needs to improve QB Mark Sanchez, and he is interviewing possible replacements for quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh.
Tue, 18 Jan 2005 12:55:39 -0800
Dave Alexander, of the Baltimore Sun, reports the Baltimore Ravens have officially named Jim Fassel as their new offensive coordinator. Fassel, who served as a team consultant this past year, replaces Matt Cavanaugh, who departed at the end of the season.
Mon, 03 Jan 2005 19:04:41 -0800
Adam H. Beasley, of BaltimoreRavens.com, reports Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Matt Cavanaugh has agreed to resign from the team. In what was called a "mutual" decision, Cavanaugh agreed to leave the team, effectively immediately, after meeting with head coach Brian Billick Monday, Jan. 3. "Matt and I sat down and had a very frank conversation about where we needed to go, what we needed to do, as we move forward, what changes we need to make, in order to be more productive, particularly on the offensive side of the ball, to live up to the potential of what this team can be, and be substantially better," Billick said. "Matt and I both agreed that part of that change would be at the offensive coordinator position." Cavanaugh is the only offensive coordinator Billick has had since joining the Ravens in 2000.
Sat, 01 Jan 2005 11:51:57 -0800
Jamison Hensley, of the Baltimore Sun, reports Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick shot down reports that the Ravens are letting offensive coordinator Matt Cavanaugh go. According to the report, a team source said no decision on Cavanaugh has been made but local television in Baltimore reported earlier in the week that he would be let go following the season. "The reports that say Matt Cavanaugh is now fired, that there's a specific timetable to it, are wrong," Billick said.
Mon, 20 Dec 2004 19:12:34 -0800
Adam H. Beasley, of BaltimoreRavens.com, reports Baltimore Ravens' offensive coordinator Matt Cavanaugh has had discussions with the University of Pittsburgh to become the head coach of his alma mater. "We're excited for Matt," head coach Brian Billick said. "When you have an opportunity to go home…you have to support that all you can, and we do, obviously. I've never been around a coach any more ready to be a head coach than Matt Cavanaugh."
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