Nah. Thats the HCs job. Not a position coach. Tee wasn't hired to keep Chaney from doing anything. Pruitt and Fulmer both thought Chaney was worth 1.5+ a year. Thats not happening if you think he needs a babysitter.
The entire offensive staff has "input" to a degree, that's not uncommon anywhere across the country.
So should we expect to see a pay raise in his near future when his buyout money stops? Of course assuming the offense performs well? No sarcasm here, just genuinely curious because I am not well versed in paying coaches and how those decisions are made. I am just thinking toward the future and wondering if we will have to pay him more and take from another coach/coordinator/assistant or if we will be losing him to a better paying job in a few years if he does well?