In keeping with ESPN’s Adam Schefter, former Ohio State head coach City Meyer is weighing curiosity from a number of NFL groups.
Editor’s be aware: the video within the participant above is from July 5, 2020.
In what’s seemingly turn out to be a late-December custom, City Meyer is weighing curiosity from a number of NFL groups in line with ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
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A 3-time nationwide championship-winning head coach, Meyer possesses no prior expertise on the NFL degree. The 56-year-old hasn’t coached since retiring from Ohio State following the 2018 season.
Per Schefter, Meyer has not dismissed overtures from at the least two NFL groups thinking about interviewing — if not hiring — him. He’ll reportedly let groups know later this week whether or not he’s keen to make the bounce to the NFL for the primary time in his profession.
Whereas he has by no means coached within the NFL earlier than, Meyer is among the most profitable coaches within the historical past of school soccer. Between stints at Bowling Inexperienced, Utah, Florida and Ohio State, the Ashtabula, Ohio, native amassed a 187-32 report, together with an 83-9 run with the Buckeyes from 2012-18.
Since retiring following Ohio State’s win over Washington within the 2019 Rose Bowl, Meyer has served as an assistant athletics director on the college. He is additionally remained near the Buckeyes program, the place his son-in-law, Corey Dennis, is at the moment the quarterbacks’ coach on head coach Ryan Day’s employees.
This is not the primary time that Meyer has been touted as a candidate for potential NFL openings. As lately as final 12 months, he was thought of by many to be a candidate for the Dallas Cowboys’ opening, a job he publically admitted to being thinking about.
So far as which NFL groups may be thinking about Meyer, Schefter touted the Jacksonville Jaguars as a “logical match.” Throughout his time at Florida, Meyer gained two nationwide championships (2006, 2007), whereas the Jaguars are at the moment in pole place to land the No. 1 decide within the 2021 NFL Draft.