We’re already halfway through the signing cycle this offseason, but the Rams still aren’t out of the woods when it comes to losing valuable assistants.
Not only is Raheem Morris still in the running for head coaching spots, but Thomas Brown is attracting significant interest as an offensive coordinator.
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According to NFL Network reporter Tom Pelissero, Brown will have second interviews with the Panthers and Buccaneers this week. Both interviews are for the vacant offensive coordinator positions. He’ll meet the Buccaneers on Wednesday and then the Panthers on Thursday.
Brown is currently the Rams’ assistant coach and tight end coach and is considered one of the key members of Sean McVay’s staff.
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Brown was also interviewed for the Cowboys and Chargers offensive coordinator roles before they went in a different direction, hiring Brian Schottenheimer and Kellen Moore, respectively. Brown also met with commanders about his job as an offensive coordinator.