Texas A&M parted ways with offensive coordinator and tight ends coach Darrell Dickey on Monday, Dickey confirmed to The Athletic. Here’s what you need to know:
Dickey joined the Aggies in 2018 as part of coach Jimbo Fisher’s first Texas A&M coaching staff.
He spent his four seasons coaching quarterbacks but moved to tight ends coach just before the 2022 season as part of an offensive staff reshuffle prompted by Fisher.
Though he held the offensive coordinator title, Dickey was not the play caller for the A&M offense. Fisher called the plays, just as he has his entire head coaching career.
Dickey’s current A&M contract runs through the 2023 season, paying him $850,000 per year. The Aggies owe him his remaining base salary through the remainder of the term, which ends Jan. 31, 2024.