The coaching carousel is still spinning in the NFC South. Let's take a look at the latest moves.
The Carolina Panthers reportedly have interviewed Mike Shula for a position on their offensive staff. Presumably, it's for quarterbacks coach since Rob Chudzinski already is the offensive coordinator. Shula has been the quarterbacks coach in Jacksonville most recently. He also was a head coach at Alabama and an offensive coordinator in Tampa Bay. He also has coached tight ends in the past. The Panthers also are expected to interview John Matsko for the offensive line job today. Matsko recently was fired by Baltimore.
Atlanta quarterbacks coach Bill Musgrave was hired away to be offensive coordinator in Minnesota. D. Orlando Ledbetter has a list of possible candidates to replace Musgrave, but I'd scratch one name off that list. Jeff Jagodzinski has been fired as coordinator in Tampa Bay and as a head coach in the United Football League. Although he coached Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan in college, I don't think Jagodzinski is a hot NFL property these days.
Rip Scherer, who was Carolina's quarterbacks coach on John Fox's staff, is headed to the college game. He reportedly will go to Colorado as quarterbacks coach.