Found December 31, 2012 on Patriots Life:
Though he'd like to be an HC again one day, Pats OC Josh McDaniels notified teams Monday he will remain in NE, not interview for HC jobs now— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 31, 2012I personally thought the whole Bill O'Brien becoming Penn State head coach amid a huge scandal all while the Patriots make a Super Bowl run, was probably a little distracting. So, in that sense I'm happy that McDaniels isn't going to pursue head coaching jobs while trying to get the Patriots offense in gear for a playoff run.Also, I'm just happy that McDaniels will be back. He's one of the best offensive coordinators in the league, in my opinion, and you have to be impressed with what he's done with the Patriots offense this season. Belichick and he have fixed virtually all of the holes on this offense from last year. McDaniels has dealt with significant injuries to significant players and yet he still has the Patriots as the number one offense in the league.Even more s...
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