Does Kubes still want Frank Bush?

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  1. aggieNzona

    aggieNzona Rookie

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    Frank Bush that is. He seems to be available, he is no longer shown on he Cardinals site as being the LB coach? They just announce the hiring of SF DC Billy Davis as new lLB coach.
     
  2. aggieNzona

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    Hey Mods this got moved from the bullpen to draft? It is not about Reggie Bush......
     
  3. aggieNzona

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    MODS,
    Since this got moved it got me thinking, even if this post was about Reggie Bush why would it be moved to the draft board? He is a current NFL player, what ever question about Reggie now would not be draft related. It could be trade related or a review of this years perfomance. I am sure you guys & gals have to do a lot to keep these boards smooth and all but it seems that this was a bit of an over zelious or is it just a slow mod day?
     
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    I moved it back, but did not initially move it. It was moved to the draft section erroneously and probably should have gone to the NFL section both times. Without having the name Frank in the title something was going to happen to that thread or in that thread. :)
     
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    Bushes are all the same!
     
  6. OzzO

    OzzO .. and then?

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    They went after him, but was denied permission. That may change now.

     
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    I'm a bit surprised they still want him, considering the job Richard Smith did in improving the defense. I mean, what's the hierarchy going to be? And would Bush try to impose the Denver defensive philosophy? I'd like to see some continuity, particularly after they just switched from the 3-4.
     
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    PapaL Loose Screw

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    Could have been about M.Bush who is in this draft.
     
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    Don't have a link but, I am sure I read somewhere yesterday that they were denied permission again.
     
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    http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/sports/fb/texansfront/4481890.html

    Texans can't talk to Cardinals assistant — For the second year in a row, the Texans were denied permission by the Arizona Cardinals to interview Frank Bush, the team's assistant head coach/linebackers.

    The Texans had hoped to talk to Bush about joining the team as an assistant head coach/defense. It would have been a defensive coaching position similar to the one Mike Sherman held last season when he was the assistant head coach/offense and primarily focused on the offensive line.
     
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    That's correct, but now that Wiesenhunt is the coach, Bush is up for grabs.
     
  12. TexanSam

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    Frank Bush was let go after Whisenhunt was hired.

    http://www.eastvalleytribune.com/index.php?sty=82632

     
  13. Football Time In Hou.

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    This is good news for the Texans, we can never have to many good coaches.
     
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    so would he specialize in LB's then?
     
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    Kubiak wanted Bush and Smith as co-coordinators a year ago, but now that Smith has a year as coordinator it's not quite the same dynamic. It will be interesting to see how Kubiak utilizes both. Johnny Holland is LBs coach.

    I remember Bush as a player here and he had a promising career ahead of him until the neck thing forced early retirement. Obviously Kubiak likes him a lot and I think he may have preferred Bush over Smith to begin with.
     
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    Great news.
     
  17. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    If they can add Frank Bush to the coaching staff then that's a positive and a no-brainer for Gary Kubiak. You find a way to bring the man on board.

    He had planned for Smith and Bush to work together before so obviously he felt they could do so.
     
  18. Texans Pride

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    From the Chronicle:

    http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/sports/fb/texansfront/4486045.html

    With an interview scheduled Monday, coach Gary Kubiak finally will have an opportunity to interview Frank Bush, the former assistant head coach/linebackers of the Arizona Cardinals, who worked with Kubiak in Denver.

    The Texans are expected to make a job offer to Bush. Kubiak wanted to hire Bush as his defensive coordinator last year, but Arizona denied the Texans a chance to talk with him and nixed a second request last week. That changed this weekend when Bush, a former player, scout and coach with the Oilers, was released by the Cardinals.
     
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    According to Fox 26 here in Houston tonight, the Texans are probably going to hire Larry Kirksey to coach WR from Middle Tenn. State - http://www.goblueraiders.com/coach.cfm/name/larry-kirksey/id/144
    Quote from the link above
    "Kirksey spent 10 years in the NFL with stops at San Francisco (1994 to 1999), Detroit (2001 to 2002) and Jacksonville (2003) and as a volunteer at Denver (2004). He was a wide receivers coach his first nine years in the league and tutored the likes of Jerry Rice, John Taylor, Terrell Owens, Jimmy Smith, Johnny Morton, Ed McCaffrey, and J. J. Stokes."

    Jethro Franklin former Tampa Bay D-Line coach to help coach d line here and last but not least Frank Bush.
     
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    Was Jethro, Tampa's d-line coach last year? I remember it was Marinelli for awhile before that.

    Anyways, that WRs coach looks to have a good resume and Bush sounds like a good addition.

    It appears our coaching staff just got stronger!!!
     

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