The Panthers fired offensive coordinator Joe Brady on Sunday after less than two seasons with the franchise.
Brady, 32, joined Carolina earlier than the 2020 season after profitable the Broyles Award, given to the perfect assistant coach in faculty soccer, in 2019 when he was with LSU.
“I met with Joe this morning and knowledgeable him that I’ve determined to make a change,” coach Matt Rhule said in a statement. “I am very grateful to him for his effort and time in serving to us get established over this previous 12 months and a half.”
Brady acquired head coach curiosity from the Jets, Falcons, Chargers, Eagles and Texans throughout final 12 months’s hiring cycle. However Carolina enters Week 13 at No. 23 in factors scored and No. 28 in yards gained. Final 12 months, they had been No. 24 in factors scored and No. 21 in yards gained.
For the ultimate 5 video games of the 12 months, senior offensive assistant Jeff Nixon will coordinate the offense. Nixon was the co-offensive coordinator and play-caller beneath Rhule at Baylor from 2017 to ’19.
Carolina (5–7) has a bye this week however returns to motion subsequent Sunday vs. the Falcons.
Extra NFL Protection:
For extra on the Panthers, go to All Panthers