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Daylon McCutcheon

Daylon McCutcheon returns for his third season as the Jets assistant defensive backs coach after making his NFL coaching debut in 2015.

Since 2015, the secondary has ranked in the top 10 in both passing defense and completion percentage allowed. Last season the Jets improved from the league’s lowest-ranked passing defense, allowing 302.1 yards per contest over the first eight weeks, to the league’s second-ranked passing defense, allowing just 207.5 yards per game.

Daylon McCutcheon returns for his third season as the Jets assistant defensive backs coach after making his NFL coaching debut in 2015.

Since 2015, the secondary has ranked in the top 10 in both passing defense and completion percentage allowed. Last season the Jets improved from the league’s lowest-ranked passing defense, allowing 302.1 yards per contest over the first eight weeks, to the league’s second-ranked passing defense, allowing just 207.5 yards per game.

In his first full season with the Jets (2015), the defensive backs produced all 18 of the team’s interceptions (fifth most in the NFL), and held opposing quarterbacks to the lowest completion percentage in the league (57.1 percent) and the sixth lowest quarterback ranking (79.0).

McCutcheon returned to the Jets after spending the 2013 training camp as a minority coaching intern, working with the defense. Prior to returning to the Jets, he assisted ARZ in the same capacity during the 2014 training camp, working with Todd Bowles, Mike Caldwell and the ARZ defense.

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