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The New England Patriots are continuing to look for a brand-new offending planner and have actually talked to Alabama’s Bill O’Brien to name a few for the task, according to a report.

NFL expert Ian Rapoport exposed the Patriots have actually talked to O’Brien for their uninhabited OC task and he is thought about a leading prospect to land the function in New England.

O’Brien had actually formerly operated in the NFL as a head coach for the Houston Texans prior to ending up being the OC at Alabama where he invested a brief time with Patriots quarterback Mac Jones.

He likewise hung out with New England from 2007-11 as an offending assistant and later on offending planner and is thought about to be the choice of the lot among the prospects for the task.

Mac Jones not verified to return as Patriots beginning quarterback in 2023

Patriots second-year quarterback Mac Jones withstood a tough season with some brilliant areas after a great novice project, however head coach Bill Belichick thinks the 24-year-old does have a future in the NFL.

“Mac has the ability to play quarterback in this league. We all have to work together to find the best way as a football team, obviously quarterback is a big position, to be more productive.”

However, the 70-year-old declined to dedicate to Jones as the group’s beginning quarterback next season and the possibility of him taking a rear seat for a gamer like Jimmy Garoppolo does exist.

The Patriots’ frustrating project pertained to an end in the last week, being up to a 35-23 defeat versus the Buffalo Bills and stopping working to receive the playoffs.

Finishing with an unfavorable 8-9 record, Belichick stated the requirement in New England is greater than that and the group are currently working to enhance.

“The process will start today. Nobody’s satisfied with that. That’s not our goal. There’s accountability everywhere, that starts with me.”


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