The New York Jets announced Saturday that they’ve completed their interview with Panthers OC Joe Brady for their head-coaching job.
Here’s an updated list of candidates for the Jets’ job:
- Titans offensive coordinator Arthur Smith (Requested)
- Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus (Requested)
- Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bienemy (Interviewed)
- Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll (Requested)
- Rams defensive coordinator Brandon Staley (Requested)
- Giants defensive coordinator Patrick Graham (Requested)
- Saints secondary coach Aaron Glenn (Requested)
- 49ers defensive coordinator DC Robert Saleh (Scheduled)
- Former Bengals HC Marvin Lewis (Interviewed)
- Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady (Interviewed)
Brady has also drawn interest from the Chargers, Falcons and Texans for their vacancies.
Brady, 31, began his coaching career in 2013 at William & Mary as their linebackers coach. He later became a graduate assistant at Penn State and spent two years with the Saints as an offensive assistant.
LSU hired Brady as their passing game coordinator/wide receivers coach for the 2019 season. He left after one year to become the Panthers offensive coordinator.
In 2020, the Panthers were No. 21 in total yards, No. 24 in points scored, No. 21 in rushing yards and No. 18 in passing yards.