Callahan talks to New York Daily News

Former Oakland Raider and Nebraska Cornhusker head coach Bill Callahan, did just his second interview since being named Jets assistant head coach/offensive line. Daily News writer Rich Cimini asked him about the challenge of fixing the Jets inconsistent 2007 offensive line, which the scribe described as "The Five Blocks of Granola."

"I don't take this position any less meaningful than I did my previous positions," Callahan told Cimini. "This entails a huge responsibility, coming in here as the offensive line coach. It's a challenge.

"Having been a head coach, it has allowed me to see coaching - and life - through a different set of glasses. It will make me a better assistant. It can only increase my understanding and knowledge of the game. I bring a unique skill set to this organization."

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