The New England Patriots’ longest-tenured offensive assistant, Nick Caley, is taking his skills out west to hitch the reigning Tremendous Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams.
Albert Breer reported the news on Sunday evening.
Caley had interviewed for offensive coordinator jobs with a number of groups, together with the Patriots, however based on Breer, he’s being employed as the brand new tight ends coach for the Rams. So he’ll resume work with the identical expert group he coached for the Patriots since 2017.
The writing was already on the wall for Caley’s job ending in New England along with his contract expiring and the Patriots hiring Will Lawing, who served because the tight ends coach for Invoice O’Brien, when he was the pinnacle coach for the Houston Texans.
The Patriots are clearly permitting O’Brien to have some say over the offensive teaching workers, and from the appears to be like of it, Caley was on the outs.
From the Rams’ perspective, they’ll be getting a fast-rising, younger coach with the power to develop and presumably even tackle extra obligations on their workers. It’s an ideal match for a talent-rich Rams staff led by a 37-year-old head coach.
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