Jay Valai left the College of Houston after 12 days to affix Nick Sirianni’s teaching employees with the Eagles.
He lasted longer at Houston than he lasted right here.
Valai has reportedly left the Eagles after 11 days to affix Nick Saban’s employees at Alabama.
That will be his fourth job previously month and seventh since January of 2018.
Valai coached at Texas final 12 months, however on Jan. 20, College of Houston coach Dana Holgorsen introduced that Valai had joined the Cougars’ employees as secondary coach.
On Feb. 1, Fox 26 in Houston reported that Valai had left Houston and was becoming a member of Nick Sirianni’s new Eagles employees in an unknown function, and on Thursday, when the Eagles formally introduced their complete teaching employees, Valai was listed as an assistant defensive backs coach.
At some point later, he is apparently gone.
ESPN school soccer reporter Adam Rittenberg tweeted Friday that Valai is becoming a member of Saban’s employees as secondary coach, changing Karl Scott, who left Alabama on Thursday to turn out to be Mike Zimmer’s secondary coach with the Vikings.
Sources: #Alabama is predicted to rent Jay Valai, most lately #Eagles cornerbacks coach, as cornerbacks coach. Valai spent final season at #Texas, went briefly to #Houston after which the Eagles, however is ready to affix Nick Saban’s employees as Karl Scott’s substitute at CBs.
— Adam Rittenberg (@ESPNRittenberg) February 12, 2021
Valai tweeted on Jan. 11 that he was leaving Texas, so he’s now had 4 jobs within the span of 32 days.
It stays to be seen whether or not the Eagles will change Valai. Dennard Wilson is the Eagles’ secondary coach.
Valai started his teaching profession below Andy Reid with the Chiefs as a high quality management assistant in 2018. He coached at Rutgers in 2019 earlier than heading to Texas.
The Chiefs employed Valai on Jan. 15, 2018. So his common keep at his seven stops over the past 4 years is 161 days.
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