Report: Patriots hire Jedd Fisch from Rams

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Jedd Fisch has joined the Patriots’ coaching staff in a yet to be determined offensive capacity, Jim McBride of the Boston Globe reports.

Fisch was the Rams’ senior offensive assistant the past two seasons, adding assistant offensive coordinator to his job title for 2019.

He spent the 2017 season as offensive coordinator at UCLA.

Fisch has coached at five other NFL teams in addition to the Rams. He has worked for the Texans, Ravens, Broncos, Seahawks and Jaguars.

Fisch was the Jaguars’ offensive coordinator in 2012 and 2013

He has coached for Steve Spurrier, Dom Capers, Brian Billick, Mike Shanahan, Pete Carroll, Gus Bradley, Jim Harbaugh and Sean McVay, among others.

13 responses to “Report: Patriots hire Jedd Fisch from Rams

  1. It is super-rare for BB to hire a coach from another NFL program. He much prefers to advance coaches from within who have been groomed to the Pats method.

  2. This was one guy’s career that I missed on. I swore he was going to be what Sean McVey became when he first came on the radar with Seattle 10 years ago. Then he made some questionable career moves like going to work for the Jaguars, and he’s gotten lost in the shuffle and has just been bouncing around aimlessly since. I didn’t even know where he’s been since he left Michigan.

  3. BB has unearthed a possible gem
    and someone who can hopefully add a fresh pair of honest eyes to try to rescue the fledgling McDoofus/Brady relationship.

  4. Any news on the other db who was arrested for drugs? Not Chung. Another one. You wonder if Goodell even tests this guys. Guess that’s where the patriotpriviledge kicks in. Right Chung?

  5. I agree with the comment that this guy has sort of become lost in the shuffle over the years. My guess is that he’ll be WR coach. Joe Judge held that position last year along with his duties as special teams coordinator, and it’s unlikely the new ST coordinator will do the same.

  6. It always seems to me that if a guy was really good he wouldn’t be made available by so many teams. But BB knows what he’s doing and what he wants, so hopefully this will be a good move, especially for Brady. He is going to need all the help he can get if he remains in New England, which I hope he does….

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