LSU’s Joe Brady responds to Panthers OC rumors
LSU passing game coordinator Joe Brady has become one of the hottest names in coaching over the past few months, and that has led to him being linked to NFL positions. However, it doesn’t sound like he’s rushing to take them.
Brady has been frequently mentioned as a strong candidate for the Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator job under Matt Rhule, but the Broyles Award winner said he intends to stay with LSU as long as they want him.
LSU’s Joe Brady said he plans to be a Tiger “as long as they want me. My intention is to be at LSU”
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) January 11, 2020
This is not necessarily a denial, as intentions can change. Brady knows that. A lucrative offer to run an NFL offense would be very difficult to turn down no matter how much he likes being in Baton Rouge. LSU has made clear their intention to keep him and potentially give him a raise, but it remains to be seen if they can come up with an offer enticing enough to keep him in the college ranks.