Former Packers coach Mike McCarthy will sit out 2019, report says

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

Gase will replace Todd Bowles, who was sacked by the Jets after four seasons following the end of the 2018 season.

However, the Jets weren't discouraged by the Dolphins' stagnant offenses under Gase, and now he'll get another chance to prove that earlier hype was warranted.

Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington of ESPN first reported the news.

Rhule is a native New Yorker, who spent one season as an assistant offensive line coach with the New York Giants in 2012.

There are five teams looking for a new head coach, but McCarthy will reportedly pass on the Cincinnati Bengals, Miami Dolphins, Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns.

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A source confirmed to The Athletic that the 40-year-old will become the 19th head coach in franchise history.

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

The Jets finished the 2018 season 4-12 and last in the AFC East. Loggains previously worked under Gase in the same capacity with the Dolphins.

Green Bay Packers former head coach Mike McCarthy has not found a new team for the 2019 season, and he has told NFL.com reporter Tom Pelissero he will sit out next season.

Additionally, Breer reports that quarterback Sam Darnold played a role in the Jets decision to hire Gase.

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