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Jets Fire Offensive Line Coach Steve Marshall

The Jets have made another coaching move, as today it was announced the team has fired offensive line coach Steve Marshall.

Marshall, who just completed his third season with the Green & White, was hired in 2015 after having served as an assistant offensive line coach for the Green Bay Packers in 2014. His other NFL stops included a four-year stint with the Houston Texans as an offensive line assistant in 2002-03 and offensive coach in 2004-05. He also worked in Cleveland as the Browns’ O-line coach in 2007-08.

In 1979, Marshall began his coaching career at Plymouth State. In addition to his 10 seasons coaching in the NFL, Marshall coached nearly three decades in the collegiate ranks and had stops at Tennessee, Marshall, Louisville, Murray State, Virginia Tech, UCLA, Texas A&M, North Carolina, California, Colorado and New Mexico State.


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