Ex-Packers coach Mike McCarthy to sit out 2019 season

Ex-Packers coach Mike McCarthy to sit out 2019 season

To replace Todd Bowles, who went 24-40 in four seasons, the Jets have settled on former Dolphins head coach Adam Gase to replace him.

Former Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy will sit out the 2019 season and return to coaching in 2020, according to a report from ESPN. He finished his time in Green Bay with a 125-77-2 record and led it to a Super Bowl win in 2011.

A reunion between Vance Joseph and the Cincinnati Bengals might not happen after all thanks to the New York Jets. In 2013, Gase was promoted to offensive coordinator, a position he held through the 2014 season. The two also worked together with the Chicago Bears under John Fox.

Gase went 23-25 during his three seasons as head coach of the Dolphins, beating the Jets in five of their six meetings. Counting the playoffs, McCarthy and Gase won the same number of games between 2015-18.

The recently fired Dolphins head coach has a new job.

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The Packers fired McCarthy after a surprising home loss to the Arizona Cardinals on December 2, ending a 13-year run in Green Bay.

The Dolphins have interviewed Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, Saints defensive coordinator Dennis Allen.

Quarterback Sam Darnold supported the decision to hire Gase, according to's Tom Pelissero.

Gase, who has been known as a quarterback whisperer of sorts, is a polarizing candidate.