NFL Insider: These 2 Major CFB Coaches Could Be Targets For The Browns

first_imgBaker Mayfield of the Cleveland BrownsOAKLAND, CA – SEPTEMBER 30: Baker Mayfield #6 of the Cleveland Browns tells to the crowd to be quiet after the Browns scored a touchdown against the Oakland Raiders at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on September 30, 2018 in Oakland, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)Hue Jackson’s coaching career with the Cleveland Browns got off to a rocky start as the coach had a record of 1-31 after two seasons. This year, Jackson’s Browns sit at 2-3-1 and are coming off of a blowout loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.Could this be his last year in Cleveland? If the team fails to find success this year, Jackson could be afforded one more season, but that remains to be seen.Should the Browns make a change at the coaching position, NFL insider Albert Breer predicted two current college coaches will be named in the search.According to Breer, Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley and Iowa State coach Matt Campbell would be on the shortlist of potential coaching candidates..@AlbertBreer tells @BullandFox that if #Browns make a move at head coach at some pt, two obvious names would be Josh McDaniels and Lincoln Riley. One darkhorse candidate, Iowa St head coach/NEO native Matt Campbell, “people connected to John Dorsey, really like Matt Campbell.”— Keith Britton (@KeithBritton86) October 17, 2018Riley’s name has popped up several times as a potential NFL coach, and he has a relationship with former Sooners quarterback and current Browns starter Baker Mayfield.Meanwhile, Matt Campbell has Ohio ties and he turned Iowa State into a respectable program after the Cyclones languished in misery for years.last_img read more

1700 bankers in state covered banks paid over €100000

first_imgANY GOVERNMENT REVIEW of bankers pay must address the fact that over 1,700 bankers in institutions with explicit state support are currently earning over €100,000, Fianna Fáil’s Finance Spokesperson has said.Michael McGrath TD, who obtained the figures after submitting a parliamentary question to the Minister of Finance Michael Noonan, said that he hoped an expected review would result in more realistic levels of executive pay rather than a pay hike.“Over 180 of these executives are on basic salaries in excess of €200,000. In my view, there is no justification for such a large number of bank employees earning salaries of this order” said McGrath.The government is expected to begin reviewing bankers salaries soon, with Canadian consultant firm Mercer hired to look at pay at all levels in the banks. Despite a government limit of €500,000, some banks have continued to pay their staff more, most notably in the case of Bank of Ireland Chief Executive Richie Boucher. He received a €898,000 pay package in 2011.“I very much hope, rather than resulting in any increases in the remuneration of bankers, that this review results in more realistic levels of executive pay across the banks that continue to owe the State and its citizens for their very existence” he said.Taxpayers are currently paying the €64bn bill required to bail out the Irish banks.861 bankers in AIB, 61 in Permanent TSB, 143 in IBRC and 644 in Bank of Ireland are currently paid over €100,000.On Tuesday, the head of banking supervision at the Central Bank Fiona Muldoon compared bankers to teenagers and said that the “economic milk spilt in poor lending, the losses already incurred, have not even begun to be cleaned up.”Public outcry over banker’s €1 million bonus>last_img read more