Rams offensive coordinator may join New England’s staff for remainder of playoffs & beyond.
While offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels remains the only coach under contract for next season, some reports indicate that the entire coaching staff was also let go.
McDaniels became highly acclaimed offensive guru when he help lead the 2007 New England Patriots set records with 75 touchdowns and 589 points.
Lloyd praised head coach Steve Spagnuolo for his words and support. When asked if his possible departure from the franchise would play a factor, Lloyd said, “It’s going to be a factor.”
Team plagued by injuries and a patchwork blocking unit.
Lloyd, a Blue Springs, Mo., native and graduate of Illinois, had a league-leading 1,448 yards receiving last year. He averaged a robust 18.8 yards per catch and scored 11 touchdowns.
St. Louis averaged 18.1 points last year, tied for 26th in the NFL, and was 26th in total offense.
QB Sam Bradford takes 24 snaps, K Josh Brown nails 60 yard field goal
Quarterback began meeting with new offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels on Tuesday.
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