On Sunday, US time, the Panthers officially announced the firing of offensive coordinator Joe Brady. Coach Matt Rhule said in a statement that he had interviewed Brady on Sunday morning.
“I am very grateful to him for the time and energy he has invested in building the team in the past year and a half.” Lu said.
Senior offensive assistant Jeff Nixon (Jeff Nixon) will serve as offensive coordinator for the rest of the season. The Panthers have a bye this week and are currently averaging 308.7 yards per game this season, ranking 28th in the league and 23rd in the league in scoring 19.7.
Lu once said in October that he would continue to let Brady be the offensive coordinator, but hoped that he would work harder in rushing the ball. But Brady ultimately failed to satisfy Lu’s desire to rush the ball at least 30 times per game.
The Panthers started the season 3-0, but only 2 wins since then, with a current record of 5-7. Head running back Christian McCaffrey (Christian McCaffrey) has been reimbursed for the season, and the starting quarterback has also changed three.
After being listed as suspect in the game on Friday, the Raiders close end Darren Waller (Darren Waller) was determined to be absent from this week’s game on Saturday.
Waller injured his back and left knee in the Thanksgiving victory over the Cowboys and missed the second half of the game. This season Waller contributed 53 catches, advanced 643 yards, and 2 touchdowns. Waller completed 107 catches last season, setting a record in team history.
Waller had previously missed the seventh week of the game due to an ankle injury. Foster Moreau (Foster Moreau) played in his place, contributing 6 catches, advancing 60 yards, and a touchdown.
Raiders acting coach Rich Bisaccia (Rich Bisaccia) said: “We have experienced this twice. Waller also missed a game before. It was Foster who stood up and complemented Greg O. The game plan for Greg Olson (offensive coordinator)… We are also prepared this week.”
Moreau is the Raiders’ 2019 four-round pick and has completed 10 touchdowns in 40 games in his career.
On Thursday, US time, the NFL officially announced that the Pirates wide receiver Antonio Brown (Antonio Brown) will be suspended for three games for violating the NFL-NFLPA new crown regulations.
An investigation by the league and the players union showed that Brown was one of three players who had not correctly reported their vaccination status. Also suspended for three games are the Pirates’ substitute security guard Mike Edwards (Mike Edwards), and the wide receiver John Franklin III (John Franklin III) who was abandoned by the Pirates in August.
The two pirate players can return as early as 12.26 against the Panthers. Earlier, according to ESPN reporters, Brown was basically determined to miss the next two games due to an ankle and heel injury. Edworth can play safety guards and five-point guards, caused a drop in the game last week, and completed 3 steals this season.
Brown has been absent due to injury since the fifth week of the game. He completed 29 catches, advanced 418 yards and four touchdowns in the games he played.