May 30, 2024

Patriots reportedly in discussions to add Ben McAdoo to offensive staff

According to Albert Breer of The MMQB on Saturday, the New England Patriots are in talks to hire Ben McAdoo as offensive coordinator.

McAdoo, 46, went 13-15 as the head coach of the New York Giants before being fired during the final month of the 2017 season. An appearance in the NFC wild card had arrived the campaign prior for the Super Bowl XLV champion, who went on to spend 2020 as the quarterbacks coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars and 2021 as a consultant with the Dallas Cowboys.

He most recently served as the offensive coordinator of the Carolina Panthers

The New England Patriots are in talks to bring in Ben McAdoo. McAdoo worked with Patriots director of scouting Eliot Wolf and new offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt while with the Green Bay Packers from 2006 to 2013.

According to Albert Breer of The MMQB, McAdoo has joined the offensive staff.

After attending Homer-Center High School and Indiana Area High School, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania alum served as a graduate assistant at Michigan State University in 2001. McAdoo then went on to oversee the offensive line and tight ends at Fairfield University in 2002, before becoming a graduate assistant at the University of Pittsburgh in 2003.

He began his NFL career as an offensive quality control coach with the New Orleans Saints in 2004 before moving on to become the San Francisco 49ers’ assistant offensive line coach in 2005.

under past head coach Matt Rhule in 2022. But there is overlap in Foxborough under the 15th head coach in franchise history, Jerod Mayo.

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