49'ers block Saints from talking to Ed Donatell
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49'ers block Saints from talking to Ed Donatell
Posted by Lester Earl on 2/6 at 1:25 pm
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Ian Rapoport ?@RapSheet
#Saints contacted #49ers to attempt to interview 49ers DBs coach Ed Donatell for their DC job. He's under contract. #49ers blocked interview



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Posted by WiskyMike on 2/6 at 1:27 pm to Lester Earl
Harbaugh is such a bitch


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Posted by Midget Death Squad on 2/6 at 1:27 pm to Lester Earl
It's absolute crap that one team can't interview another team's coach for a promotion position. I understand requiring permission for latteral moves, but this shite is ridiculous


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Posted by Patrick O Rly on 2/6 at 1:27 pm to Lester Earl
I think it's really lame you're starting a thread about a tweet and not having poster generated content.


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Posted by BarbeTiger on 2/6 at 1:27 pm to Lester Earl
What a prick



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Posted by craigbiggio on 2/6 at 1:28 pm to Lester Earl
Seems like it should be up to the coach, especially if the season is over.


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Posted by Lester Earl on 2/6 at 1:28 pm to Midget Death Squad
the 2nd year in a row.

Tampa tried to interview him last year



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Posted by Hoodoo Man on 2/6 at 1:30 pm to craigbiggio
Does Harbaugh realize he's doing his coach a disservice by limiting opportunities for promotion?


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Posted by Patrick O Rly on 2/6 at 1:31 pm to Hoodoo Man
He's also limiting his pool of future employees. Dumb move.


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Posted by Brettesaurus Rex on 2/6 at 1:33 pm to Lester Earl
What a bitch. Glad to see we're still looking though.


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Posted by Mouth on 2/6 at 1:34 pm to Midget Death Squad
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It's absolute crap that one team can't interview another team's coach for a promotion position. I understand requiring permission for latteral moves, but this shite is ridiculous


It's for the same position. wouldnt that be lateral?



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Posted by mm2316 on 2/6 at 1:34 pm to Lester Earl
Real bitch move by SF. I wonder if they are doing the same for Tomsula.


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Posted by BarbeTiger on 2/6 at 1:35 pm to Mouth
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It's for the same position.


DB coach to DC



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Posted by Midget Death Squad on 2/6 at 1:36 pm to Mouth
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It's for the same position. wouldnt that be lateral?



it's not. he's the secondary coach in SF. we want him for D-Coord



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Posted by F machine on 2/6 at 1:37 pm to Mouth
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It's for the same position. wouldnt that be lateral?


No it's not. He's currently their db coach. We are obviously wanting a d coordinator.



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Posted by Mouth on 2/6 at 1:37 pm to F machine
oh yeah duh!

I was thinking he was there DC.




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Posted by blueslover on 2/6 at 1:55 pm to Mouth
another NFL clusterfrick rule...

Coaches are divided by Head Coaches and then everyone else

No differentiation between position coaches and coordinators



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Posted by Bacchus on 2/6 at 1:57 pm to Mouth
According to the NFL rules, a coordinator position is considered a lateral move from a positions coach (like LB, DB).

If we wanted to interview to replace CSP, then the current club is required to grant permission, but not for this.
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The NFL does not differentiate between levels of assistant coaches in its rules regarding their availability to interview with other teams. Whether the coach is a defensive line coach or an offensive coordinator, the rules are the same. If a team wishes to interview an assistant coach who is still under contract with another team for its head coaching position, the current team is required to give permission for the interview as long as it happens between the end of the team's season and March 1. After March 1, teams can still ask, but the current team is not obligated to give permission.
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An NFL team cannot interview an assistant coach who is under contract as an assistant with another team for the following season without the permission of his current organization. Teams will usually give permission upon request, particularly if a lower level coach is set to take an offensive or defensive coordinator position elsewhere, but the current team is not required to give permission.



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Posted by Hoodoo Man on 2/6 at 2:00 pm to Bacchus
Not a fan of this rule.


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Posted by swagsurfin7 on 2/6 at 2:08 pm to blueslover
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another NFL clusterfrick rule... Coaches are divided by Head Coaches and then everyone else No differentiation between position coaches and coordinators


Wow what a terrible rule...

PS: frick the Niners & frick Jim Harbaugh... Pussies



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