NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The makeover of the Jets’ coaching staff continued Thursday with new head coach Todd Bowles announcing three more hires.
Jimmie Johnson was named tight ends coach, Daylon McCutcheon will be a defensive backs assistant, and Ryan Slowik was tabbed as an assistant coach for defensive line/quality control-defense.
Johnson, a former teammates of Bowles when both were on the Washington Redskins, was a blocking tight end for four teams during his 10-year NFL career and has since spent nine years as an assistant coach.
McCutcheon was a corner for the Cleveland Browns for seven seasons and was a training camp coach intern last two seasons with the Jets and Arizona Cardinals, respectively.
Slowik has 10 years of coaching experience in the NFL, including the last two on Bowles’ staff as a defensive backs assistant with the Cardinals.
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