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What they're saying about Doug Marrone

Posted Jan 7, 2013


In the NFL, coaches and players consider themselves members of a brotherhood. There‚Äôs mutual respect because each person in that field knows the commitment involved. Here's what players and coaches from around the league have to say about new Bills coach head coach Doug Marrone.

New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees

As the Saints offensive coordinator, Marrone coached Drew Brees to a league leading 5,069 passing yards in 2008.

Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten

Marrone was instrumental in the development of Jason Witten while at the University of Tennessee.

Former NY Jets C Kevin Mawae

Mawae and Marrone were both members of the NY Jets when Marrone coached the OL from 2002-05.

New Orleans Saints OL Jahri Evans

Evans and Marrone worked together in New Orleans while Marrone was offensive coordinator from 2006-08.

NY Giants head coach Tom Coughlin

NY Giants head coach and Syracuse alum Tom Coughlin weighs on on the Bills coaching hire.

New Orleans Saints EVP/GM Mickey Loomis

Mickey Loomis worked with Marrone while the pair worked with the Saints in New Orleans.

NY Jets OL Brandon Moore

Doug Marrone coached Brandon Moore while working with the Jets offensive line.

Former New Orleans Saints RB Duece McCallister

Saints RB Duece McCallister offers his opinion the the Bills' addition of Doug Marrone.

ESPN Analyst and Superbowl Champion Jon Gruden

The field of coaching is considered a brotherhood. Former Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Jon Gruden is one that has respect for Bills new head coach Doug Marrone.

New Orleans Saints OT Jon Stinchcomb

Marrone coached Stinchcomb at both the University of Geogia and with the New Orleans Saints.