FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — New England Patriots coach Invoice Belichick made it official Thursday: He is not naming an offensive coordinator to exchange Josh McDaniels.
The Patriots introduced their full teaching employees, with titles, for the primary time since McDaniels departed to change into Las Vegas Raiders head coach — and there is not any coordinator.
“I am not massive on titles,” Belichick stated in March. “We have now jobs to do. We’ll do the roles.”
Of calling performs, he stated on the time: “We cannot be calling any for some time. Haven’t any video games for some time.”
Within the spring, former Detroit Lions head coach Matt Patricia (senior soccer adviser/offensive line) and former New York Giants head coach Joe Choose (offensive assistant/QBs) had been in main roles, whereas Belichick was additionally notably concerned on offense.
The query of which coach coordinates the assault and calls the performs into second-year quarterback Mac Jones lingers because the crew prepares to carry its first coaching camp observe Wednesday.
Patricia, Choose and Belichick are considered because the more than likely prospects, as Jones seems to be to construct off a strong rookie season during which he was typically hooked up on the hip with McDaniels.
In the meantime, the Patriots as soon as once more aren’t naming an official defensive coordinator. Linebacker coaches Steve Belichick and Jerod Mayo have stuffed main roles on protection in latest seasons.
The Patriots do have one official coordinator, as Cam Achord has returned to guide the particular groups unit.