In accordance with ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Ohio State head coach Ryan Day has little interest in interviewing for NFL jobs this offseason.
Editor’s observe: the video within the participant above is from Jan. 1, 2021.
On Saturday, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Community reported that if the Jacksonville Jaguars could not land former Ohio State head coach City Meyer, they might flip their consideration to present Ohio State head coach Ryan Day.
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That curiosity, nonetheless, apparently would not be mutual.
Showing on ESPN’s NFL Sunday Countdown, Adam Schefter supplied an replace on the most recent teaching information across the league, with a number of jobs anticipated to open up within the subsequent 24 hours. And in doing so, Schefter revealed that Day would not seem to have a lot curiosity in returning to the NFL anytime quickly.
“Ryan Day of Ohio State has no intention of interviewing with NFL groups,” Schefter mentioned.
Schefter’s report comes as a sigh of aid for a lot of Ohio State followers, who’re nonetheless celebrating the Buckeyes’ 49-28 victory over Clemson within the School Soccer Playoff Semifinal Sugar Bowl on New Yr’s Day. Subsequent Monday, No. three Ohio State will face No. 1 Alabama within the School Soccer Playoff Championship Recreation in Miami, Florida.
That an NFL workforce would have curiosity in Day would not come as a shock contemplating his success in Columbus and prior expertise on the skilled stage. In 2015 and 2016, Day served as an assistant coach on Chip Kelly’s staffs with the Philadelphia Eagles and the San Francisco 49ers.
In 2017, Day joined Meyer’s Ohio State workers because the Buckeyes’ co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He was employed as Ohio State’s head coach after Meyer retired following the 2018 season.