The New England Patriots reportedly have made an addition to their coaching staff.
According to Jim McBride of The Boston Globe, they've hired ex-Los Angeles Rams assistant offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch.
Jedd Fisch will be joining the #Patriots coaching staff in an as yet to be determined offensive capacity, according to a league source.
— Jim McBride (@globejimmcbride) January 25, 2020
Fisch's official role with the Patriots offense is to be determined. But now that there's an opening at wide receivers coach with Joe Judge joining the New York Giants, Fisch could be a candidate for the job.
He brings plenty of experience to the table having coached Denver Broncos wide receivers in 2008 and Michigan receivers from 2015-16. Fisch also coached Seattle Seahawks quarterbacks in 2010 and was the Jacksonville Jaguars' offensive coordinator from 2013-14.
NFL Rumors: Patriots hiring ex-Rams assistant offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston