The LSU Tigers are nonetheless celebrating their nationwide championship win from Monday night time, however some news on Tuesday has dampened the thrill slightly.
Joe Brady, who served as LSU’s passing recreation coordinator this season, is leaving the varsity to return to the NFL. ESPN’s Adam Schefter says Brady might be working for the Carolina Panthers. Area Yates says Brady will serve as the group’s offensive coordinator.
The 30-year-old spent two seasons with the New Orleans Saints as an offensive assistant from 2017-2018 and was in his first yr as LSU’s passing recreation coordinator and large receivers coach. He gained the Broyles Award, given to the highest assistant coach in school soccer.
Brady had agreed to a Three-year contract extension with LSU, however that isn't preventing him from leaving for Carolina. There have been rumors in current weeks that he might depart for the NFL and become an offensive coordinator, which is what it feels like he is doing.