This marks the second offensive coordinator in as many years to leave Nick Saban's College juggernaut for the NFL.
According to an unidentified source cited by CBS Sports, Freeze's interest in working at Alabama is not necessarily limited to the offensive coordinator job that opened when Brian Daboll left for the NFL's Buffalo Bills. He had two stints as an assistant coach for the.
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The next Alabama offensive coordinator will be the Tide's third since the departure of Lane Kiffin.
Prior to last season, Daboll was the tight end's coach for the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots.
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Daboll attended St. Francis High School in the Buffalo suburb of Hamburg, New York, and played football at the University of Rochester. He's worked as an offensive coordinator for three National Football League teams in the past, bouncing from the Cleveland Browns to the Miami Dolphins to the Kansas City Chiefs from 2009 to 2012. "I know how much this area means to him".
He would face no restrictions as an assistant coach or so-called staff analyst, according to multiple reports.
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The Bills finished 29th in offense this past season and their running attack fell to sixth after leading the league the past two seasons. Giving Freeze control of that offense would be incredible, especially with the young quarterback Tua Tagovailoa under center.