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Yasinskas: Possible OC - Marc Trestman

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Currently in the CFL... Has had extensive career in the NFL before the CFL. Lives in Raleigh in the off-season... I also made a thread on here last year or so that he did an interview on local radio of how he had worked with The Golden Calf of Bristol in his pre-draft stuff to work on his mechanics... If I'm not mistaken the The Golden Calf of Bristol family sought him out among other to help Tim specifically.

Sounded great in that interview, but I have no idea about his background otherwise. He sounded really knowledgeable and detailed about the game though.

http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/35581/panthers-now-must-focus-on-offense

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I like him. Makes sense. Has experience with Geep Chryst, who I expect to still be here.

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Wasn't it Yas that said that Mike McCoy would be in the running for our HC after the season?

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if he's a good offensive coach, sure, and if they do get Newton, he's the perfect coach to fix all Newton's issues.

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if he's a good offensive coach, sure, and if they do get Newton, he's the perfect coach to fix all Newton's issues.

That is why I think it just bizarre that people want to draft him #1

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The Golden Calf of Bristol's CFL quarterback coach? Yeah, no thanks.

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Actually, I was thinking it might be a good thing for Clausen... I'm not big on changing one's mechanics, but I've never really understood how people have bad throwing mechanics in football, it's weird because it seems so simple just to "throw it."

It's obvious Clausen's mechanics are flawed and Trestman seems to be an excellent coach at working on these kind of things and helping players keep what works and fix what doesn't from what I heard from him before.

I don't know if anyone can make Clausen an NFL QB but I figure someone like this could certainly help...

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