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Latest On Positional Roles For Joe Judge, Matt Patricia

One of the ongoing questions surrounding the Patriots this offseason has been tied to the specific duties assigned to Joe Judge and Matt Patricia. Clarity on the subject came recently when each of them spoke publicly about the team’s new-look offensive staff. “In terms of who is coaching each...

Here’s what Joe Judge and Matt Patricia said about their roles with the Patriots’ offense

"I would say all of us are working collectively as a coaching unit to work with the entire offense." As the Patriots begin to take the first steps in the 2022 season — organized team activities begin on May 23 — one of the many questions surrounding the team will be who fills the enormous void left by departed offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels (who is now the head coach of the Raiders).

Matt Patricia Explains Why Transition to Offensive Side Makes Sense for Patriots

Patricia explains why transition to offensive side makes sense for Patriots originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston. It's been a while since Matt Patricia focused his efforts on the offensive side of the ball. He was an offensive assistant under Bill Belichick in 2004 and 2005 in New England, spending time under longtime offensive line coach Dante Scarnechhia, before transitioning to the defensive side of the ball.

Joe Judge, Matt Patricia taking on new duties as Patriots remain without official offensive play-caller

A couple of well-known branches from the Bill Belichick tree have bent inward in the last year and a half, returning to their roots in New England. Joe Judge and Matt Patricia are back with the Patriots after head-coaching stints that didn't pan out for either of them, and they each carry interestingly vague titles. Patricia is beginning his second year as a senior football advisor for Belichick, while Judge returns to New England as an offensive assistant.

Patriots’ Matt Patricia explains why move to offense makes sense, details Senior Football Advisor role

Known across the NFL as a defensive coach, Matt Patricia is making a pivot to the Patriots’ offense in 2022. The ex-Lions coach confirmed he’s been working with the offensive line at OTAs on a Monday afternoon conference call. Patricia returned to New England last season in Senior Football Advisor role — more on that in a second — but prior to landing the head coaching gig in Detroit, he’d served as a defensive coach for over a decade in Foxborough, winning a pair of Super Bowls as Bill Belichick’s defensive coordinator.

Who's the OC? Here's what positions Joe Judge and Matt Patricia will coach on the Patriots

The Patriots offensive coaching staff was gutted earlier this offseason when offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Josh McDaniels took the head coaching job in Las Vegas. When he left he took along Patriots receivers coach Mick Lombardi, offensive line coach Carmen Bricillo and assistant quarterbacks coach Bo Hardegree. On top of that, long-time running backs coach Ivan Fears retired.

Matt Patricia Favorite To Call Patriots’ Offensive Plays?

The only team without an offensive coordinator, the Patriots are considering a radical approach to replacing Josh McDaniels. It is looking like either Matt Patricia or Joe Judge will call their offensive plays. Patricia and Judge were running New England’s offense during recent offseason workouts, and Reiss slots Patricia as...