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Greg Schiano Says ‘No’ to Patriots, Staying at Ohio State

Greg Schiano is staying at Ohio State, contrary to reports from Monday that he was leaving for the Patriots, Brian Feldman of FOX Sports reports via CSN New England. Schiano was rumored to be line to become Matt Patricia’s replacement as defensive coordinator. Since that won’t happen, the Pats are expected to turn to their […]

Greg Schiano Still Not Sure About Taking the Patriots Defensive Coordinator Job

Current Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano is still undecided about accepting the DC role for the Patriots in 2018 according to Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports 1. Multiple outlets have reported that Schiano is expected to replace Matt Patricia, who is slated to be the next head coach of the Detroit Lions, but Feldman […]

Former Buccaneers Head Coach Greg Schiano Expected to Talk to Patriots About DC Job

Former Rutgers and Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano is expected to be interview after the season, NBC Sports Boston reports. Schiano was recently named the head coach at the University of Tennesse, but the offer was taken off the table after backlash from their fans. During the controversy, Belichick said he ‘100%’ believes in Schiano […]

Darrelle Revis and Josh Freeman unhappy with Greg Schiano

Fox Sports’ Mike Garafolo reported Monday that All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis is frustrated with Greg Schiano. Revis came from a loose regime in New York with Rex Ryan and is annoyed by new head coach Greg Schiano’s stricter ways. Revis is also irritated by lack of man coverage on defense. Revis is an outstanding corner […]

Belichick will host Tampa Bay coach Greg Schiano and bucs staff

New England’s head coach Bill Belichick will host Tampa Bay’s head coach Greg Schiano and his staff next week at Gillette Stadium, as reported by Sports Illustrated. Belichick will help Schiano as it relates to logistical information such as setting up a practice schedule, coordinating time in the preseason, reviewing notes from bye weeks etc..