How a New York Jets coach could be the next coach of the Carolina Panthers
The New York Giants’ Mike Tannenbaum, a former head coach at Rutgers, is considered one of the frontrunners to become the next head coach of Carolina Panthers, according to a report.
The New York Daily News’ Jeff Howe tweeted out the report on Wednesday.
Tannenbaum, the Carolina Hurricanes’ interim coach in the aftermath of head coach Ron Rivera’s firing, reportedly received the head coaching job, which is considered a one-year deal, according a source with knowledge of the situation.
Carolina is in the midst of a rebuild and Tannensbaum’s hiring could help bolster that rebuilding effort.
Trenbeck has been the Panthers’ offensive coordinator for the past two seasons.
He was the head coach in 2015 and 2016 before taking the Panthers to the NFC Championship Game and then to the Super Bowl.
He served as the Carolina offensive coordinator in 2010 and 2013 before the Panthers hired Mike Shula as their new head coach.
Carol was born in Wilmington, Delaware, and grew up in New Jersey.
His father, Tom, was a football coach at Delaware State University, while his mother, Christine, was an athlete.
He has been married to his wife, Melissa, since 1996.
He has three children.