The offseason shake-up for the New York Jets continues, with multiple reports saying offensive coordinator Tony Sparano is the latest casualty.
The reported move comes one day after the team cut ties with quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh, whose contract expired after he spent four years with the team.
The Jets ranked 30th of the 32 NFL teams in total offense this season. Starting QB Mark Sanchez regressed in his fourth year, and the presence of backup QB Tim Tebow became a distraction.
Sparano was hired last March to replace Brian Schottenheimer and to turn around an offense that struggled mightily. Instead, the former Miami Dolphins head coach wasn't able to jump-start the running game or figure out a way to use Tebow consistently.
The team has not addressed any coaching decisions since the season ended on Dec. 31, other than owner Woody Johnson saying in a statement that Ryan would return for a fifth season. Both Johnson and Ryan were scheduled to address the media on Tuesday...