Juan Castillo should be our new DB cocah !!!

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    Juan Castillo should be our new DB cocah !!!

    Juan Castillo has the background , can he be any worse than Flores or boyer ,

    what heck he worked with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Nnamdi Asomugha

    he can teach DMC and arrington a trick or two how to cover your reciever

     

     
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    Re: Juan Castillo should be our new DB cocah !!!

    Juan Castillo represents one of the worst assistant coaching moves that I can remember... he was an offensive coach in PHI from 1995 - 2010 until they decided him over to be the DC in 2011.  He hadn't coached on the defensive side of the ball since 1989... when he was DC/LB coach... for Kingsville High School (TX). 

    I'm all for hiring a new DB coach, though Juan Castillo is not somebody that I'd have on my list.

     
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    Re: Juan Castillo should be our new DB cocah !!!

    so whowould you want mbeaulieu?  I really like the Titans D coach Jerry Gray, but no way would he come in and be just the DB coach here.  so Brett Maxie (titans DB coach)

     

    Brett maxie-

    rett Maxie enters his 15th season as an NFL coach and his first with the Titans.

    Maxie joins Tennessee after four seasons as secondary coach for the Dallas Cowboys. In his time at Dallas, he worked for two different coordinators – Wade Phillips for the first three years and Rob Ryan last year. In 2008, his secondary helped the Cowboys rank fifth in the NFL in passing defense. In Maxie’s four years in Dallas, CB Terence Newman totaled 16 interceptions, which ranked as the ninth best total in the NFL over that time period; and CB Mike Jenkins earned his first Pro Bowl invitation (2009).

    In his one season working in Dom Capers’ defense at the Dolphins in 2007, Miami fielded the fourth-best passing defense in the NFL, limiting opponents to 188.7 yards per game passing. The secondary corps also accounted for nine of the 14 team interceptions.

    In four years at Atlanta (2004-06) as defensive backs coach, Maxie helped DeAngelo Hall develop into a two-time Pro Bowl (2005 & 2006) cornerback and total 10 interceptions during those seasons. The 2004 season saw the secondary score a club-record five touchdowns, including four via interception returns. He spent five seasons with the 49ers (1999-2003), including three seasons as the assistant secondary coach and the final two years as secondary coach. During a three-year period (2001-03) with the 49ers, Maxie’s secondary totaled 66 interceptions – the third highest number in the NFL during that time. His first NFL coaching job came at Carolina in 1998 as a quality control coach.

    Maxie started his 13-year NFL as an undrafted safety from Texas Southern, who signed with the New Orleans Saints. During his career, he played in 153 games, including 104 starts, and recorded 23 interceptions and three touchdowns. Maxie played nine seasons (1985-93) with the Saints, one season in Atlanta (1994), two years in Carolina (1995-96) and finished his career with one year in San Francisco (1997).

    A native of Dallas, Texas, Maxie and his wife, Angela, have two sons, Brett and Adam, and two daughters, Maya and Olivia.

    Brett Maxie Coaching Ledger:

    2012: Secondary, Tennessee Titans
    2008-11: Secondary, Dallas Cowboys
    2007: Secondary, Miami Dolphins
    2004-06: Defensive Backs, Atlanta Falcons
    2002-03: Secondary, San Francisco 49ers
    1999-01: Assistant Secondary, San Francisco 49ers
    1998: Defensive Backs/Defensive Quality Control, Carolina Panthers

     
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    Re: Juan Castillo should be our new DB cocah !!!

    In response to natesubs's comment:
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    so whowould you want mbeaulieu?  I really like the Titans D coach Jerry Gray, but no way would he come in and be just the DB coach here.  so Brett Maxie (titans DB coach)

     

    Brett maxie-

    rett Maxie enters his 15th season as an NFL coach and his first with the Titans.

    Maxie joins Tennessee after four seasons as secondary coach for the Dallas Cowboys. In his time at Dallas, he worked for two different coordinators – Wade Phillips for the first three years and Rob Ryan last year. In 2008, his secondary helped the Cowboys rank fifth in the NFL in passing defense. In Maxie’s four years in Dallas, CB Terence Newman totaled 16 interceptions, which ranked as the ninth best total in the NFL over that time period; and CB Mike Jenkins earned his first Pro Bowl invitation (2009).

    In his one season working in Dom Capers’ defense at the Dolphins in 2007, Miami fielded the fourth-best passing defense in the NFL, limiting opponents to 188.7 yards per game passing. The secondary corps also accounted for nine of the 14 team interceptions.

    In four years at Atlanta (2004-06) as defensive backs coach, Maxie helped DeAngelo Hall develop into a two-time Pro Bowl (2005 & 2006) cornerback and total 10 interceptions during those seasons. The 2004 season saw the secondary score a club-record five touchdowns, including four via interception returns. He spent five seasons with the 49ers (1999-2003), including three seasons as the assistant secondary coach and the final two years as secondary coach. During a three-year period (2001-03) with the 49ers, Maxie’s secondary totaled 66 interceptions – the third highest number in the NFL during that time. His first NFL coaching job came at Carolina in 1998 as a quality control coach.

    Maxie started his 13-year NFL as an undrafted safety from Texas Southern, who signed with the New Orleans Saints. During his career, he played in 153 games, including 104 starts, and recorded 23 interceptions and three touchdowns. Maxie played nine seasons (1985-93) with the Saints, one season in Atlanta (1994), two years in Carolina (1995-96) and finished his career with one year in San Francisco (1997).

    A native of Dallas, Texas, Maxie and his wife, Angela, have two sons, Brett and Adam, and two daughters, Maya and Olivia.

    Brett Maxie Coaching Ledger:

    2012: Secondary, Tennessee Titans
    2008-11: Secondary, Dallas Cowboys
    2007: Secondary, Miami Dolphins
    2004-06: Defensive Backs, Atlanta Falcons
    2002-03: Secondary, San Francisco 49ers
    1999-01: Assistant Secondary, San Francisco 49ers
    1998: Defensive Backs/Defensive Quality Control, Carolina Panthers

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    Someone with Maxie's credentials would be a good start, though I'd have to assume that the player would have to have some tie to BB or his coaching tree, etc... heck as long as experience or credentials are not of great importance (as seems to be the case with Boyer/Flores), why not go after Vrabel (in his second year at OSU) or someone of the like? 

     
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