Former Giants head coach Ben McAdoo has interviewed for with the Panthers and Jaguars this week as he looks to return to an NFL sideline for the first time since 2017.
The Athletic's Joe Person reported Thursday that new Panthers head coach Matt Rhule brought in McAdoo to interview for an unspecified role. Former LSU passing game coordinator Joe Brady has already been brought on as the new Carolina offensive coordinator.
However, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, McAdoo met with the Jaguars this week specifically about their offensive coordinator position. Jacksonville fired fromer OC John DeFilippo earlier this week after one year with the team.
McAdoo was the Giants' offensive coordinator from 2014-2015 before being promoted to head coach for two seasons after the organization moved on from Tom Coughlin.
As OC, the Giants had Top 10 offenses, including a Top-6 scoring offense in 2015, before leading New York to the playoffs after an 11-5 season in 2016.