Jets Complete HC Interview With Panthers OC Joe Brady

Flying under the radar, the Jets have completed an interview with Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady. This is the fourth candidate the team interviewed alongside Eric Bieniemy, Marvin Lewis, and Robert Saleh.

There are two more interviews coming up for the Jets: Indianapolis Colts Defensive Coordinator Matt Eberflus on Sunday & New Orleans Saints Defensive Backs Coach Aaron Glenn on Monday

The Carolina Panthers hired Brady to be the team’s offensive coordinator under new head coach Matt Rhule. Brady previously worked as an offensive assistant under Sean Payton in 2017.

Joe Brady is one of the more popular candidates on the rise. He made his bed as the passing game coordinator at LSU in 2019. As a matter of fact, Brady helped make Joe Burrow a star at LSU. As a result, Burrow became the first overall pick selected by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Brady won the Broyles Award. After LSU won the National Championship, he emerged as a leading candidate for offensive coordinator vacancies. Brady agreed to a three-year extension at LSU but eventually left to join the Panthers with Matt Rhule.

Under Brady’s and Rhule’s tutelage, the Panthers’ offense ranked 19th in the NFL. That doesn’t overshadow the talent they improved.

Robby Anderson recorded his first 1,000 receiving yard season of his career. Mike Davis totaled 1,000 scrimmage yards for the first time in his career.

The Panthers became the fifth team in the Super Bowl era to have four players record 1,000+ scrimmage yards in a season.

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