Panthers expected to hire Ben McAdoo as new offensive coordinator

The look for a rockstar might now be over for Carolina Panthers head coach Matt Rhule. So, uh, rock on?

According to NFL Network expert Ian Rapoport, the Panthers are anticipated to employ previous New york city Giants head coach Ben McAdoo as their brand-new offending organizer.

As Rhule had actually formerly revealed, he and the company were searching for a prospect with prior play-calling experience—ideally at the professional level. McAdoo can provide precisely that, as he worked as the Giants’ organizer from 2014 to 2015. New york city’s offenses ranked 10th and 8th throughout those projects, respectively, in overall backyards per contest.

McAdoo then took control of the reins atop the franchise, leading “Big Blue” to an 11-5 record and a playoff berth in his very first season as head coach. A 2-10 mark in the middle of 2017, nevertheless, pressed him out of the door—ending his four-year run in New york city.

He’s most formerly worked as the Jacksonville Jaguars quarterbacks coach in 2020 and as an offending expert for the Dallas Cowboys in 2021.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.