An edge for ex-college coaches?

Mailbag: Condensed offseason is nothing new to Eagles' Kelly, Bills' Marrone

Originally Published: June 3, 2013
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

A couple of weeks ago, Philadelphia Eagles general manager Howie Roseman was discussing offseasons under the new collective bargaining agreement.

He made a good point. Head coaches coming from college have an advantage dealing with the new limits on offseason preparation for their teams. The new offseason program must be wrapped up in nine weeks. Coaches have only 10 organized team activity days, a three-day rookie minicamp and a three-day mandatory veteran minicamp.

Plus, ...

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