Got an e-mail from Romeo Crennel's agent, Joe Linta. He said no meeting has been set up yet, but since Crennel is away on a pre-planned vacation, there won't be any news until next week, at any rate.
On another front, the firings have stopped for now. Nobody lost their job today. But as Scarlett O'Hara once said, tomorrow is another day. If I were a defensive or special teams assistant, I wouldn't get too comfortable.
Could be that Tom Coughlin will keep those guys around until the new coordinator gets in, and then let the new guy have input as to who stays and who goes. Also, remember that player evaluation and the gathering of certain stats for various contract incentives is probably still on-going. You need bodies for that. So some of those guys may get the boot after all the paperwork is done.
Like I said, they shouldn't get too comfortable.
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