The Jets' coaching search didn't take them very far -- they didn't even have to leave their own division, as a matter of fact.
Adam Gase is moving from Miami to New York to take open the seat vacated by the fired Todd Bowles. It was reported that New York's first choice was Rutgers coach Matt Rhule, but Gase ends up being the guy in charge when all the dust has cleared.
Gase coached the Miami Dolphins for three seasons, finishing with a 23-25 record and one playoff berth, a loss in the wildcard round in 2016. While his offensive credentials, earned in his time as Denver's quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator, never really manifested themselves in a major way in Miami, it should be noted that he never had a tippy-top franchise guy under center, the way the Jets hope they have with Sam Darnold. Gase will be tasked with guiding Darnold's development through the expected Jets rebuild.
Gase is New York's first offensive-minded coach since the legendary Rich Kotite from 1995-96. He is their first coach with previous head coaching experience since Bill Parcells in 1997.