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FootballScoop.com is reporting that new Carolina Panthers head coach Matt Ruhle could be interested in LSU passing game coordinator Joe Brady for the offensive coordinator position on his staff.

Both Rhule and Brady share the same agent (Trace Armstrong), according to the report.
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Sources tell FootballScoop new Carolina head coach Matt Rhule is interested in speaking with LSU’s Joe Brady about the offensive coordinator position with the Panthers.

LSU officials have repeatedly stated throughout the season they expect Brady to return, and had no concerns about him leaving for another college job.
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This is very bad. Woodward should have signed him months ago and if LSU loses him this is on him. David Tepper is the richest owner in the NFL. He just paid an unproven college coach almost 8 million a year for 7 years. The guy is willing to spend a lot of money. If he wants Brady he will get him.
Reply22 months
I will never understand why Woodward didnt sign him to a deal three months ago when we all knew where this was going.
Reply22 months
Man! One coach hoping to get some positive traction for his own chances to become a head coach dropped Brady's name out there. Made people talk. That coach still didn't get a HC job. Now, the Ruhle and Brady have the same agent and a story drops that a first time HC is gonna hire a guy that's never been an OC before. It couldn't be an agent trying to drum up cash for his client Brady could it? No. Of course not. SMH
Reply22 months
oh ya think?!
Reply22 months
frick off!!!!!
Reply22 months
He’s gone!! He will get 4 million a year. LSU not matching that
Reply22 months
He gone
Reply22 months
He...………….not gone
Reply22 months
frick off, Rhule.
Reply22 months
Brady is young and has time to really build his OC resume with LSU. He would be jumping too soon from being a 30 year old passing coordinator into a NFL OC - seems too soon to me, but wish him the best no matter what.
Reply22 months
Crazy enough we can out pay a NFL OC salary.
Reply22 months
I'm going to ask President Trump to order a drone strike on anyone trying to take Joe Brady away. #KLSUG (Keep LSU Great) ??. GEAUX TIGERS!
Reply22 months
Am I crazy to think that, even if he goes, Coach E has the playbook and can call the same plays?
Reply22 months
You are a little crazy. I don't think coach E would be able to call the plays with as much success as show Brady. That's my opinion anyway.
22 months
Coach is calls the plays now! It was Brady and E that put the system together, but E calls the plays on gameday. That was stated earlier in the season.
22 months
Coach *E
22 months
They have the same agent and someone’s leaking intel that Rhule “could be” interested.. I know an agent would never do this, but it’s almost like someone’s leaking info to drive the price LSU will have to pay to keep Brady.
Reply22 months
Or coach O could just...ask Brady if and what he's been offered.
22 months
If he leaves, he leaves. It's his career to have and he can take it any direction he chooses. Joe Brady is not the only innovative offensive mind in football. Coach O could go find another good coach in the same manner in which he found Joe Brady. I wish him the best as he goes through his career. I mean, we all hope he stays, but it is foolish to expect him to stay if he has other goals.
Reply22 months
Get this shite off the home page
Reply22 months
Exactly!!
22 months
You don’t go from never having been an OC ever to an NFL OC. Ridiculous story
Reply22 months
The two head coaches in this title game went from never being coordinators to becoming head coaches, so don’t kid yourself into thinking this is out of the realm of possibility.
22 months
News Flash: Hell! Even a fool (Jerry Jones) would be interested in Joe Brady. Who isn't interested in him?
Reply22 months
Just stop with all of these distractions...c'mon, you gonna start with all of this 3 days before the big game?!??!!? At least have the courtesy to wait until Tuesday.
Reply22 months
This is the one sucky thing about being great. It's impossible to hold on to all of the assistant coaches. Sooner or later we are going to have to find a way to be great without Aranda and Brady. Hopefully later.
Reply22 months
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