McCarthy was sacked as the Packers' head coach mid-way through the 2018 season. Per ESPN's Rich Cimini, Baylor head coach Matt Rhule-the preferred choice among some-wasn't quite as pliable. The Jets had talked to several candidates, most notably former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy, but decided Gase was their man on Wednesday. Despite having the likes of Myles Garrett, Denzel Ward, Joe Schobert, Damarious Randall, Larry Ogunjobi and Jabrill Peppers, the Browns ranked in the bottom 3 in total defense in 2018. In three seasons with Miami, he went 23-25, reaching the playoffs in 2016. Gase was the Broncos' offensive coordinator during Manning's record-breaking 2013 season. They likely are interested in him with the hope he could groom quarterback Sam Darnold the same way he did with Aaron Rodgers. "That was our outlook", McCarthy said. He was sacked, as expected, immediately after the 2018 season. The team hasn't had a winning season since 2015.
US Secretary of State Pompeo meets Iraqi Speaker in Baghdad
Most American forces were withdrawn from Iraq in 2011, after years of political squabbling following the US invasion in 2003. Earlier on Thursday, Mr Pompeo met with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, on the third leg of his Middle East tour.
Along with the names mentioned above, the Dolphins requested interviews with Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio and Steelers offensive line coach Mike Munchak, but they were unsuccessful in meeting with either of them.
Rod Rosenstein set to leave U.S. Justice Department
Mr Rosenstein denied the report , which he said was "based on anonymous sources who are obviously biased against the department". According to Fox News and ABC News , Mr Rosenstein had long planned to leave after two years as deputy attorney general.
A person familiar with the decision told Associated Press that Gase has agreed to replace Todd Bowles, who was sacked by the Jets after he went 24-40 in four seasons.
Phillies, White Sox Finalists for Manny Machado
In the event that Machado does not sign with them, they would feel even more pressure to sign Harper. Mark Feinsand of MLB.com wrote that there is "momentum building" toward Harper going back to D.C.