Jets hire ex-standout Aaron Glenn as a scout

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  1. beerlover

    beerlover Site Contributor

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    My favorite ex-Texan Mr. Aaron Glenn is now a Scout for Jets. When Casserly/Capers let him leave to Cowboys was one of the low points for me in Texan History. I not only couldn't understand the move, Dunta was up & coming, he seemed like an excellent leader & coach on the field for secondary. I would have kept him here then worked him into a coaching position. Now that he is a scout, something I could really dig myself, I'm happy for him even though its not the Texans. Best of luck Aaron on your new venture :barman:

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/rapid-reports/post/19290099
     
  2. ckhouston

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    Texans should have made him a scout here. Dude has always been first class.

    He and G. Walker signed a big panoramic photo for my son back when they went to the Pro Bowl.

    Cool dudes.
     
  3. Yankee_In_TX

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    WTH, I thought he came back to Houston to run his minor league team and some kind of fo position with the Texans.

    Imma have to ask him Sunday why he's not working for us!
     
  4. ChampionTexan

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    Looks like we're gonna have to find another "alumnus" to make our 4th round draft pick announcements and the like. Who's the next man up for this one?
     
  5. TexanSam

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    He was running the Houston Stallions, but they've dropped out of the league now that he's taken the job with the Jets. That blows for all the players that were on the team. They were undefeated too.

    http://www.caller.com/news/2012/jun/06/houston-drops-out-lone-star-football-league/

     
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    Man, that just sucks!! I watched the tryouts and had hopes they would have another successful season! They must have had some serious issues.
     
  7. Yankee_In_TX

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    That sucks, they had dancers and front office folks, too.
     
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    I took my kids to a Stallions game last year and we had a blast. Prices were cheap, entertainment was fun, and Krazy George was there!

    We were planning on going to another game in the coming weeks. That's a bummer.
     


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