Chargers interviewed Joe Brady Thursday

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Three teams requested permission to interview Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady for their head coaching jobs and he’s now spoken to all three of them.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Brady interviewed with the Chargers on Thursday. He interviewed with the Texans and the Falcons earlier in the week.

Brady just completed his first season with the Panthers. He spent 2019 as LSU’s passing game coordinator and was on Sean Payton’s Saints staff before going to Baton Rouge.

The Chargers have also interviewed Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. Giants offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh, and Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus are also slated to interview in the next few days.

3 responses to “Chargers interviewed Joe Brady Thursday

  1. Whoever will be a true yes man and work for the least is who they will hire. Sounds like Brady and in 2-3 years they will looking again.

  2. This guy has one good year coaching in college with 1st round NFL players going against college kids and he is a genius. Bridgewater looked better last year than he did this year. Why are the Panthers coaches being lauded as doing such a great job when their team was worse than last year with better talent?

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