McDaniels To Interview With Rams, Jags, 49ers

Josh McDaniels is a popular man. As the Patriots offensive coordinator gears up for the playoffs, he’ll interview for three vacancies towards the end of this week, Ian Rapoport of tweets. The Rams, Jaguars, and 49ers will all speak with the highly sought after coaching candidate. Josh McDaniels (vertical)

[RELATED: Three Teams Reach Out To McDaniels]

Over the weekend, we learned that all three teams reached out McDaniels and we now have confirmation that he will meet with all three. McDaniels is reportedly likely to take a head coaching job this offseason and each of these openings have their perks. The Rams job could be particularly appealing for the Pats’ OC, provided that he has a high opinion of quarterback Jared Goff. McDaniels could instead prefer the idea of resurrecting Blake Bortles‘ career or starting fresh with a quarterback of his choosing in San Francisco.

Last week, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen wrote that McDaniels is not a likely fit for the Jaguars. Regardless, Jacksonville will meet with him this week since this could be the last chance for all interested teams to meet with McDaniels if the Patriots reach the Super Bowl.

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  1. qbass187

    This is too funny. Teams, owners, analysts, players and fans love to talk smack about the Patriots. Then every offseason the teams come tripping over themselves to try to scoop up every assistant coach and executive on the staff.
    Pretty spineless.

    • busta37

      The funny thing is that I watch football religiously and never heard anything but high praise from everyone one your list except others teams fans for the reason of being jealous. NFL network does nothing but luck the patriots boots. Now I’m a 49ers fan and am extremely envious of them because they do nothing but win and am definitely not hating because to stay relevant for as long as they have is super difficult. Just ask every other team in the NFL.

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