Offense line coach Doug Marrone is let go by the Saints

In the wake of his dismissal from the Saints, longtime NFL coach Doug Marrone will be exploring for other employment opportunities.

Reportedly, Marrone was terminated from his position as the offensive line coach for the Saints on Saturday, after serving in that capacity for two years.

It is anticipated that the Saints will employ Klint Kubiak, who now serves as the passing game coordinator for the 49ers, to take over as their new offensive coordinator

t is also believed that Kubiak will bring some of his own assistants with him as he works to reshape the Saints' attack.

During the years 2013 and 2014, Marrone served as the head coach of the Bills. From 2017 to 2020, he was the head coach of the Jaguars.

In addition to that, he has served as the head coach at Syracuse and an assistant coach for a considerable amount of time, including two separate stints with the New Orleans Saints.

The constantly cap-strapped Saints have failed to make the playoffs for three consecutive years, and head coach Dennis Allen is hopeful that a new offensive plan will be able to get more out of quarterback Derek Carr.

Carr's guaranteed contract of $30 million means that the Saints are committed to him until 2024.