New England Patriots
Bill Belichick - New York Jets, Head Coach, Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Backs Coach 1997-1999
We all know the story of Bill Belichick quitting as Jets head coach after only a single day in charge. The reason for quitting? He didn't like the situation here in New York. The Jets were going through an ownership change. Perhaps he just thought he'd have a better shot at winning in New England. He is now the Head Coach of the New England Patriots.
Brian Daboll - New York Jets Quarterbacks Coach 2007-2008
Daboll joined the Jets to work under Eric Mangini, a coach he had worked with while in the Patriots organization. He would follow Mangini to the Browns in 2009 after he was fired as head coach of the Jets. He did work with Brett Favre in 2008 and Chad Pennington and Kellen Clemens in 2007. He is now the tight ends coach with the New England Patriots
Dave DeGuglielmo - New York Jets, Offensive Line Coach 2012-2013
Dave spent just a single year working for the Jets from January 2012 to February 2013. The funny thing is, the Jets offensive line was actually rated as one of the best lines in football for the 2012 season. Although the team would finish 6-10, the line held it's own. PFF rates it as the 3rd best line in all of football that year and DeGuglielmo got the best out of D'brickashaw Ferguson. He is now the offensive line coach of the New England Patriots.
Darrelle Revis - New York Jets, Cornerback, 2007-2012
I think we all know the story of Revis, he came into the league and dominated for years. Holding elite receivers without catches and touchdowns on a regular basis. On-field success wasn't enough, he constantly held out on contracts he agreed to because he wanted more money. He took the money in Tampa, had a horrible time and then took the money and a chance at a championship in New England. If you're a Revis away from contending, you take the shot, that's what New England did. He is now the starting cornerback for the New England patriots.
Pete Carroll - New York Jets, Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator 1990-1994
Sometimes it takes coaches a long time to come into their own. For Pete Carroll it took a very long time, but here he stands with a Superbowl ring and a chance at another one. He has created one of the finest defenses I've seen in a long time. After serving under Bruce Coslet, Carroll was given the head coaching position in 1994, the Jets started 6-5 and were looking good. Then came Dan Marino, a fake spike and a 5 game losing skid to finish the season. He was fired after just one season as the head coach. He is now the head coach of the Seattle Seahawks.
Kippy Brown - New York Jets, Running Backs Coach 1990-1992
As you can see, Kippy worked with Pete Carroll when he was with the Jets as a defensive coordinator. In the 1990 NFL draft the Jets used their first round selection on running back Blair Thomas, in the two years that Kippy Brown coached Thomas he could never really get the best out of him. Although lets be fair, nobody got the best out of Thomas and he was a huge disappointment. He had his best season under Kippy Brown in 1991 where he rushed for 728 yards and 3 touchdowns. He is now the wide receivers coach of the Seattle Seahawks.
Dan Quinn - New York Jets, Defensive Line Coach 2007-2008
Quinn will soon become the new head coach of the Atlanta Falcons and if you believe some of the media, was our top choice for our vacant head coaching position before Todd Bowles aced the interview. In 2007 the Jets defensively were quite weak up the middle, giving up a huge 134.8 yards a game on the ground, good for the 4th highest amount in the league, we also registered only 29 sacks the entire year. In 2008 the defensive line was much better but following that season Dan Quinn would leave the Jets to become assistant head coach with the Seattle Seahawks with Rex Ryan bringing in his own staff. He is currently the defensive coordinator of the Seattle Seahawks.
Chad Morton - New York Jets, Running Back 2001-2002
There isn't really a great deal to say about Chad Morton, he did very little in his two years as a Jet on the offensive side of the ball. However he did have a career year as a kick returner for the Jets in 2002 earning 1,509 total yards as a returner and 2 touchdowns. Obviously 2002 was a good year for the Jets as we moved to the divisional round of the play-offs, only to be defeated by the Oakland Raiders. Morton is now the assistant special teams coach of the Seattle Seahawks.