Report: Rams promote Fisch in offensive staff shuffle
The Los Angeles Rams are promoting Jedd Fisch to assistant offensive coordinator amid changes on the offensive staff of head coach Sean McVay, Sports Illustrated reported Wednesday. Shane Waldron will move from coaching tight ends to quarterbacks, while retaining his role as the passing game coordinator. The Rams are reportedly bringing in Wes Phillips -- the son of Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips -- to coach tight ends.
Fisch, 42, served as a senior offensive assistant last season in his first year with the Rams. He was the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach at UCLA in 2017, and spent two seasons at Michigan under Jim Harbaugh before that. He had experience with six NFL teams, including serving as the Jacksonville Jaguars' offensive coordinator in 2013-14, before joining the Rams. Los Angeles lost in Super Bowl LIII, 13-3 to the New England Patriots earlier this month.
--Field Level Media