Jets interviewing former Colts OC Marcus Brady for offensive coordinator position

The New York Jets are continuing their search for a new offensive coordinator to replace Mike LaFleur. The latest name on the potential list is former Colts offensive coordinator Marcus Brady.

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The former Canadian Football League quarterback spent five seasons on Frank Reich’s staff in Indianapolis. He started as an assistant quarterbacks coach, then became the quarterbacks coach before getting the call up to become offensive coordinator in 2021 after Nick Sirianni became head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles.

After the Colts moved on from Brady during the 2022 season, Brady reunited with Sirianni, becoming an offensive consultant in Philadelphia.

Brady joins fellow Eagles assistant pass game coordinator Kevin Patullo and Patriots tight ends coach Nick Caley as known candidates to join Robert Saleh’s staff.

Story originally appeared on Jets Wire