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Considering the Jacksonville Jaguars have not finished with a record above .500 since 2007 and are one of the NFL’s worst teams this year, it should come as no surprise that Jack Del Rio was fired this week. The news has been accompanied by plenty of buzz, however, likely because Del Rio has been the [...]
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The Jacksonville Jaguars on Tuesday fired longtime head coach Jack Del Rio, The Florida Times-Union reported.
The Jaguars (3-8) appointed defensive coordinator Mel Tucker as interim coach, the report said.
An announcement was planned for midday Tuesday, ESPN reported.
Del Rio was only the second head coach in the Jaguars' short history, leading the team since 2003 when he...
Well, if you missed all of the news out of Jacksonville today, you either live under a rock, a tree fell on the power lines outside your house, or you're on sabbatical right now. Regardless of why you don't know what everyone else who is even aware of the NFL's existence already knows, here's a recap of what happened today in Jacksonville.
The first bombshell...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have fired coach Jack Del Rio after a 3-8 start, parting ways with him during his ninth season.
Del Rio's job security had been tenuous since owner Wayne Weaver said the coach needed to make the playoffs to secure a 10th season in Jacksonville. The Jaguars were essentially eliminated with Sunday's 20-13 loss to Houston...
JACKSONVILLE, FL—Multiple sources have reported that Jacksonville Jaguars management has approached the weird old guy in the leather jacket that spent the past nine years hanging around the team’s facilities and have asked him to kindly vacate the premises. The loiterer in question, an area man named Jack Del Rio, was approached by team security late yesterday evening and...
Chris Mortensen of ESPN is reporting that the Jacksonville Jaguars have fired head coach Jack Del Rio. Del Rio was widely viewed as a "lame duck" coach for most of the season, but many close to the organization thought they could remain competitive.
Despite the fact that the Jaguars have started rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert most of the season, Del Rio was unable to...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville Jaguars have fired coach Jack Del Rio after a 3-8 start, parting ways with him during his ninth season.
By now, you're probably aware that Jack Del Rio was fired as head coach of the Jaguars. And just like that, we have our first official firing of the 2011 NFL season. Always good to get that first firing out of the way. I feel like it helps break the ice and lets other teams get on with the delightful business of putting bad head coaches out of work just before Christmas. I...
The Jags ended another week with some questionable coaching decisions from Jack Del Rio. Owner Wayne Weaver was non-committal in regard to Del Rio's status after the loss.
Another disappointing season in Jacksonville finally cost Jack Del Rio his job as Jaguars coach.
With San Diego mired in its longest skid in a decade, coach Norv Turner's time with the Chargers also might be running out.
In their first game since firing Del Rio, the Jaguars look to hand the visiting Chargers a seventh consecutive loss Monday night.
On the hot seat after three...
It's that time of year in the NFL, when coaches with bad records need to start looking over their shoulders and screening their phone calls. Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio was the first on the chopping block. After getting his team off to a 3-8 start, the head coach was reportedly released Tuesday morning. If a 3-8 record is indicative of the need for change at head coach, several...
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. (AP) - The Jacksonville Jaguars have reached an agreement to sell the small-market franchise to Illinois businessman Shahid Khan.Majority owner Wayne Weaver made the announcement Tuesday, hours after he fired coach Jack Del Rio and gave general manager Gene Smith a three-year contract extension. He said Khan will ...
Jack Del Rio is known in Los Angeles as a former USC star, but it appears that the Jaguars do not want a L.A. guy to coach a future L.A. NFL team.
As Jacksonville looks for their next head coach after sending Jack Del Rio on his way, could Rob Ryan be in the mix to take over the reins? If the team is looking to make a splash, Ryan could fit the bill.