As expected, Mike Mularkey's time in Jacksonville was one and done.
Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Jaguars fired Mularkey on Thursday following a 2-14 season.
The news comes as no surprise given the team's new general manager, David Caldwell, reportedly had put the previous regime on notice. It was a matter of when -- not if -- Mularkey would get the boot.
Both Caldwell and owner Shad Khan released statements, confirming the organization's decision to part with the 51-year-old.
Mularkey oversaw a 2012 Jags team that wasn't just bad, but historically bad. Their two-win season was the worst in franchise history, and eight of their losses came by 16 points or more.
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