The Patriots are interviewing tight ends coach Nick Caley and Vikings broad receivers coach Keenan McCardell for his or her offensive coordinator job, in response to the NFL Network.
Caley, 39, is the crew’s longest-tenured offensive coach. He’s coached the Patriots’ tight ends since 2017 and earlier than that spent his first two seasons on employees as an offensive assistant. Caley reportedly interviewed for the Jets’ offensive coordinator job on Monday.
Caley was handed over for the job final season, when head coach Bill Belichick put in former defensive coordinator Matt Patricia and one-time particular groups coordinator Joe Judge because the leaders on his revamped offensive employees. Prior to becoming a member of New England. Caley spent 10 years teaching within the faculty ranks.
McCardell, 53, not too long ago concluded his second season teaching with the Vikings. He began his teaching profession as an assistant in Washington below former head coach Mike Shanahan and has coached West Coast offenses for many of his profession. McCardell performed for Belichick when Belichick was the Browns’ head coach from 1992-95.
More not too long ago, McCardell has coached broad receivers on the University of Maryland (2014-15), in Jacksonville (2017-20) and Minnesota (2021-present), the place he’s helped develop Justin Jefferson right into a three-time Pro Bowler and a first-time All-Pro.
Former Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien is the one different recognized candidate within the crew’s ongoing teaching search.