Baggett won't return

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InsideTennessee.com has confirmed that Tennessee wide receivers coach and assistant head coach Charlie Baggett is no longer a part of Derek Dooley's coaching staff. Baggett spent two years in Knoxville and was a part of Derek Dooley's original staff in Knoxville. In his second year as the assistant head coach Baggett raked in a cool $400,000.

He was an NFL veteran who brought 33 years of coaching experience to the table. He coached 10 different 1,000-yard receivers including Randy Moss, Cris Carter and most recently Da' Rick Rogers.

Baggett graduated from Michigan State University. A native of Fayetteville, N.C., he and his wife, Lisa, have one daughter, Camille.

Baggett's territory for the 2011 recruiting class was inner-city Memphis. The Volunteers have no commitments from that area.

Current wide receiver commitments include Jason Croom, Drae Bowles and Keithon Redding.

One name that is already surfacing to replace Baggett is former Tennessee quarterback and current wide receivers coach as the University of Kentucky, Tee Martin.


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