PHOTO FILE: November 21, 2021; Charlotte, North Carolina, USA; Carolina Panthers assistant coach Joe Brady and DJ Moore (2) on the field before the game at Bank of America Stadium. Required Credit: Bob Donnan-USA Sports TODAY
December 5, 2021
The Carolina Panthers fired offensive coordinator Joe Brady on Sunday with five games remaining in his second season with the team.
Senior offensive assistant Jeff Nixon will take over Brady’s duties for the remainder of the season.
The Panthers (5-7) are in their bye week and have lost three of their last four games.
“I met Joe this morning and informed him that I’ve decided to change,” head coach Matt Rhule told the team’s website on Sunday. “I am very grateful to him for the time and effort that has helped us establish over the past year and a half.”
Brady, 32, was the passing game coordinator and wide fall coach at LSU during the Tigers’ undefeated national championship season in 2019. He received that Broyles Award as an assistant. best in college football.
Prior to that, he was an offensive assistant for the New Orleans Saints from 2017-18.
Going into Sunday, the Panthers ranked 28th in the NFL for total fouls (308.7 yards per game).
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