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Wed, 26 Jan 2011 06:45:54 -0800
Oakland Raiders assistant coaches Ted Tollner, Paul Hackett, Jim Michalczik, Chris Morgan and Mike Haluchak are no longer listed on the team's website and do not appear to be returning next season, reports Jerry McDonald, of ANG Newspapers.
Sun, 23 Jan 2011 17:10:05 -0800
Oakland Raiders quarterbacks coach Paul Hackett and offensive line coach Jim Michalczik is not expected to return to the team next season, reports Jerry McDonald, of ANG Newspapers.
Sun, 17 Jan 2010 12:29:47 -0800
Michael Lombardi, of the National Football Post, reports Oakland Raiders assistant coach Paul Hackett is a candidate for the Chicago Bears' offensive coordinator position.
Wed, 04 Nov 2009 11:45:58 -0800
Tim Kawakami, of the San Jose Mercury News, speculates Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis may consider firing head coach Tom Cable during the team's bye week. If Cable were fired during the season, assistant coach Paul Hackett or Ted Tollner would take over on an interim basis.
Tue, 30 Sep 2008 10:01:18 -0700
Adam Schefter, of NFL.com, reports the Oakland Raiders could hire Paul Hackett as their next head coach, according to a small number of Raiders employees.
Sun, 13 Jul 2008 16:15:14 -0700
The Oakland Tribune's Jerry McDonald reports the Oakland Raiders are expected to add Paul Hackett, a veteran offensive coordinator in the NFL, as a consultant. He is thought of highly by many in the NFL as an offensive-minded coach and he excels in working with quarterbacks.
Sat, 12 Jul 2008 06:57:21 -0700
Jerry McDonald, of ANG Newspapers, reports the Oakland Raiders are in the process of hiring Paul Hackett. Hackett could be hired as a team consultant.
Fri, 11 Jan 2008 01:21:13 -0800
Jim Flynn, of PewterReport.com, reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are attempting to sign quarterbacks coach Paul Hackett.
Thu, 11 Jan 2007 13:21:17 -0800
Tom Silverstein, of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, reports the Green Bay Packers could hire Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterbacks coach Paul Hackett could be hired as the Packers' offensive coordinator. Hackett hired head coach Mike McCarthy at the University of Pittsburgh in 1989 and took McCarthy with him to the Kansas City Chiefs in 1993. Hackett was McCarthy's mentor in the West Coast offense and a league source claims the two remain close.
Sun, 07 May 2006 19:59:13 -0700
Rick Stroud, of the St. Petersburg Times, reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterbacks lack experience in terms of starting games. QB Chris Simms has never started an NFL season as the starting quarterback and has 12 career starts, QB Tim Rattay has 16 starts in seven seasons and QB Luke McCown started four games as a rookie for the Cleveland Browns before being traded to Tampa Bay. Quarterbacks coach Paul Hackett said, "We're very, very, woefully inexperienced at the quarterback position. As excited as we were about what Chris did, Chris shows us so much promise. But the reality of it is he's still a guy who never opened the season as a starter. You'd always like to have a veteran guy, but we're a young offense. We've got young people at every position, and the quarterback position is no different."
Sun, 03 Apr 2005 08:24:50 -0700
Randy Lange, of the Bergen Record, reports New York Jets WR Wayne Chrebet was presented with the opportunity to say some positive things about former offensive coordinator Paul Hackett, but politely declined. "You know what? It's tough because I try not to speak bad about people," Chrebet said. "But I don't have anything really nice to say about the guy."
Mon, 24 Jan 2005 15:01:00 -0800
Updating a previous report, ESPN.com reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have named Paul Hackett as their new quarterbacks coach. Hackett had previously served as offensive coordinator of the New York Jets for the past four seasons.
Thu, 20 Jan 2005 09:22:51 -0800
PewterReport.com reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will hire former New York Jets offensive coordinator Paul Hackett Thursday, Jan. 20, to serve as an offensive assistant.
Wed, 19 Jan 2005 09:22:20 -0800
The New York Jets have announced offensive coordinator Paul Hackett has resigned from the team.
Wed, 29 Dec 2004 17:59:32 -0800
The New Jersey Star-Ledger reports New York Jets offensive coordinator Paul Hackett is unlikely to return next season regardless if the team makes the playoffs or not. Head coach Herman Edwards is believed to be livid at the offense's inability to score points and he's apparently ready to part ways with Hackett, whom he has known since the mid-1970s when Edwards was a player at San Diego State and Hackett was an assistant coach at the school.
Tue, 06 Jan 2004 10:42:08 -0800
Dave Hutchinson, of the Star-Ledger, reports New York Jets head coach Herman Edwards met with offensive coordinator Paul Hackett Monday, Jan. 5, and Hackett will return to the team next season. He did, however, apparently agree to allow Edwards to have more input on offense.
Tue, 23 Dec 2003 19:06:53 -0800
SportsLine.com reports New York Jets QB Chad Pennington disapproves of the notion that Jets' offensive coordinator Paul Hackett should be fired after the offense has scored but two touchdowns in the team's previous three games. "Once the play leaves the booth it's out of his control," Pennington said. "It's up to us as players to get things done. But that's the nature of the business and he's been in this business way too long to let that affect him, and I've been playing quarterback way too long to let that affect me. I just disagree with the overall opinion." Hackett has been under fire much of the season by the New York media despite a rash of injuries on the offense.
Mon, 21 Jul 2003 12:06:59 -0700
New York Jets offensive coordinator Paul Hackett is planning on using three wide receiver sets often in 2003, according to NewYorkJets.com. The team wants to utilize WR Curtis Conway, WR Wayne Chrebet and WR Santana Moss. "We are going to use all three of the receivers, we are going to rotate them," Hackett said. "We are going to have all three of them in the game at the same time. We need all three of them to come through."