New Jets head coach Adam Gase is moving swiftly in the process of replenishing New York's coaching staff.
The Jets reportedly hired Frank Pollack on Monday to be their new offensive line coach, according to Yahoo Sport's Mike Florio. This is a good indication that New York's existing O-line coach Rick Dennison, a hire by former head coach Todd Bowles, is out.
Pollack, 51, spent 2018 as the Bengal's offensive line coach. He spent five seasons with the Cowboys as both their OL coach and assistant OL coach prior to his stint in Cincy. A former 49'ers sixth-round pick in 1990, Pollack played eight years in the NFL before coaching at Northern Arizona as an OL coach and tight ends coach. He spent 2007-2011 as the Texans assisant OL coach and 2012 as the Raiders' OL coach.
According to SB Nation's Jason Marcum, Pollack left the Bengals on his own. The report indicates Pollack was expected to return to Cincy in 2019 for doing a commendable job as its O-line coach.