Mike McCarthy has no interest in any other job outside of Jets

Mike McCarthy has no interest in any other job outside of Jets

The Jets are banking on Adam Gase to make the most of a second chance.

Former Green Bay Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy won't be coaching in the National Football League in 2019, according to ESPN's Rob Demvosky.

Gase, 40, has a reputation as a quarterback guru.

Gase was 23-26 in three seasons with Miami, including a playoff game in 2016, before being fired after this season. The 40-year-old coach worked as an assistant with Detroit, San Francisco and Denver before being promoted to offensive coordinator by the Broncos in 2013 and drawing rave reviews from Peyton Manning.

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According to ESPN's Jeff Darlington, a deal between the Jets and Gase will be finalized late Wednesday or early Thursday.

That could mean the Dolphins already know who their next head coach will be but they just waiting until that coach's season is over.

According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, the former Green Bay Packers coach is planning to sit out the next year after losing out on the New York Jets' head-coaching job, which went to former Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase. It was not clear if Rhule was offered the job.

Dolphins Offensive Coordinator Dowell Loggains is expected to follow Gase to NY as his second-in-command barring any contractual snags, Rapoport reported.

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