The Panthers are formally holding second interviews with their high teaching candidates.
In keeping with Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated, the Panthers will conduct a second interview with former Colts head coach Frank Reich.
Breer added that Reich has “gained steam” as a candidate for the Panthers’ job opening.
“He is gained steam as a candidate, with David Tepper seemingly pivoting to extra skilled coaches by way of the method,” Breer mentioned. “Reich performed for the Panthers in 1995.”
Reich was the top coach of the Colts for 5 seasons, proudly owning a 40-33-1 document with two playoff appearances. Sadly, his tenure was derailed by inefficient quarterback play.
After all, Reich is not the one candidate in competition for the job. Interim coach Steve Wilks might doubtlessly earn the full-time gig.
Wilks had a 6-6 document as Carolina’s interim coach this season. A number of gamers have lobbied for him to remain.
The Panthers have additionally expressed curiosity in former Saints head coach Sean Payton. Nevertheless, they’d have to surrender draft picks to amass his companies.