Former New York Giants head coach Joe Judge is the quarterbacks coach of the New England Patriots, the team announced.
Judge, 40, was hired by the Patriots as an offensive assistant in February, however his place as quarterbacks coach wasn’t revealed till Thursday, a few days after rookies reported to coaching camp on Tuesday. In the brand new function, Judge shall be tasked with the event of Mac Jones, a 2021 first-round choose who earned Pro Bowl honors as a rookie with 22 landing passes and 13 interceptions.
The Patriots additionally used a 2022 fourth-round choice so as to add former Western Kentucky quarterback Bailey Zappe.
Judge beforehand spent eight seasons as an assistant with the Patriots, spending the vast majority of his tenure engaged on particular groups earlier than teaching vast receivers in his remaining season of the tenure. He then spent two seasons as head coach of the Giants, main the staff to a 10-23 document.
Giants quarterback Daniel Jones started his profession with 24 landing passes and 10 interceptions in his rookie yr, however threw 21 landing passes and 17 interceptions in two seasons with Judge on the helm.
New England additionally introduced Thursday that former Detroit Lions head coach Matt Patricia will function the staff’s offensive line coach.