Josh McDaniels confirms he will be back with Patriots in 2019

Josh McDaniels confirms he will be back with Patriots in 2019

Josh McDaniels confirms he will be back with Patriots in 2019

The other interviewees were Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, Cowboys defensive backs coach Kris Richard, former Dolphins head coach Adam Gase and former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy.

Peter Shrager broke the news Tuesday on Twitter, and it was confirmed by Ian Rapoport. "It's always a humbling experience to have an opportunity".

Former Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury, who most recently was USC's offensive coordinator, is expected to be interviewed by the Jets as well.

There had been rumors that McDaniels was interested in the Cleveland Browns' job, but the team hasn't requested the chance to interview the Patriots' coach. The Packers have made a decision to hire Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur to replace Mike McCarthy.

"The book has closed", McDaniels said, later adding that he's focused on this weekend's playoff matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers - and beyond.

Since becoming an offensive coordinator in 2011, Kingsbury's offenses have averaged nearly 550 yards and over 40 points per game.

"It always gives you greater insight into an organization and how they do things".

In fact, McDaniels has now removed himself from consideration for any head coaching openings. "I'll be [with the Patriots] moving forward".

Even if the Jets do not hire Kingsbury, it's clear where they would like the background of their potential coaches to be in life after Todd Bowles. Kingsbury was sacked after six seasons (35-40 record) at Texas Tech and quickly accepted a job as offensive coordinator at USC. "I'm grateful for the opportunity that I had but, obviously, more importantly thankful for the opportunity that I have here".

Josh McDaniels is staying in New England.

"No sir. I have had no contact with them", he said.

He left the Patriots in 2009 to coach the Denver Broncos.

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