CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Carolina Panthers have relieved offensive coordinator Joe Brady of his duties. The team announced the change Sunday. “I met with Joe this morning and informed him that I have decided to make a change,” coach Matt Rhule said in a statement. “I’m very grateful to him for his time and effort in helping us get established over this past year and a half.” Offensive assistant Jeff Nixon will take Brady's place for the rest of the season. Brady was considered a major hire by
The Panthers currently rank 28th in the NFL in yards per game, and 23rd out of 32 teams in points per game.
Brady joined the Panthers in 2020 in as a high-profile hire from LSU.