Head coach Hue Jackson will be the main focus when it comes to the coaches but don’t forget about the personalities of offensive coordinator Todd Haley and especially defensive coordinator Gregg Williams.
While Jackson will be involved in all aspects of the team, Haley and Williams are going to call their own offensive and defensive schemes respectively. I am looking forward to watching the discussion of how they are going to use Jabrill Peppers in the box more this season and the secondary as a whole.
With many new faces back there, not everyone is guaranteed a spot. Williams, like Jackson when he was an offensive coordinator, is a very detailed coach who knows what and who exactly he needs to succeed. The input Jackson provides on both sides of the ball to his coordinators is also must see TV.
On offense, there are also a number of new players with positions up for grabs. In an ideal world, however Haley implements his offense, it does not fall to the wayside of aspects of Jackson’s.
It is only May and it is a long way from when games count. I am not expecting any dysfunction but until I see it ran regularly in the preseason, I can only hope that Haley gets to call his offense with no outside tidbits added.