Kliff Kingsbury is interviewing with National Football League teams after all

Kliff Kingsbury is interviewing with National Football League teams after all

The former Texas Tech coach recently signed a deal with USC to be serve as offensive coordinator under Clay Helton, but Florio notes that they have blocked him from interviewing for other jobs and he may consider paying a small buyout to get out of the contract.

According to NFL Network, Kingsbury is still employed by USC.

USC is reportedly blocking Kliff Kingsbury from interviewing with the Jets, but could Bill Belichick be Bill Belichick and swoop in to steal him? In his second stint with New England, he has been a popular head coaching candidate, though he hasn't landed anywhere. "Keep an eye on USC offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury", Florio said in a video clip tweeted by Dov Kleiman.

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Update, 12:15 p.m., January 5: ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that USC has denied permission to the New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals to interview its new offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury.

The Green Bay Packers plan to hire Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur to fill their head-coaching vacancy, according to multiple reports Monday, removing McDaniels' most likely potential landing spot from the board. McDaniels reportedly interviewed with the Packers on Friday, but there haven't been any reports of an interview (or even any interest) with his hometown Browns. However, the possibility of losing Kingsbury to an offensive coordinator job in the National Football League certainly stings. The Patriots selected Kingsbury in the 2003 NFL Draft, but he struggled in a short, injury-plagued career before coaching at the University of Houston, Texas A&M University, and Texas Tech University.

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