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The Jacksonville Jaguars have a new GM and head coach, so things are looking up right. Not so fast according to the team’s owner Shad Khan.
Khan wants Jags fans to be optimistic, but according to the Associated Press, he wants his fans to not be “delusional.”
“Patience is one thing, but we have to be honest about ourselves and where we are,” Khan said, via the Associated Press. I think it’s very, very important not to be — the word is delusional.”
I guess Khan is basically saying that with no quality quarterback on the roster, an unhappy Maurice Jones-Drew, and no shot of signing Tebow, the growing pains may continue in Jacksonville.
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Now that the debacle of a the season that the Jacksonville Jaguars endured is over, it’s time to for the front office to figure out just exactly where this franchise is headed. Shad Khan has already made one big move in the firing of General Manager Gene Smith on Monday morning. Black Monday has arrived for this franchise and for some fans, it couldn’t have come sooner. I have...
Miami says offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch is leaving the Hurricanes for a job with the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars.
Fisch spent two seasons with the Hurricanes, with the team going 13-11 in that span. He has nine years of previous work as an NFL assistant and the move to Jacksonville reunites him with new Jaguars coach Gus Bradley. Fisch and Bradley worked together with the...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Jacksonville Jaguars have hired Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley as their next head coach.
“His intangibles and leadership abilities are exceptional,” said GM David Caldwell. “Gus is who the Jaguars need now and in the future.”
There was some speculation that Caldwell was waiting for 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman...
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- Miami says offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch is leaving the Hurricanes for a job with the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars.
Fisch spent two seasons with the Hurricanes, with the team going 13-11 in that span. He has nine years of previous work as an NFL assistant and the move to Jacksonville reunites him with new Jaguars coach Gus Bradley. Fisch and Bradley...
New Jacksonville Jaguars coach Gus Bradley has turned to a former colleague for his first hire -- maybe his most important one.
Bradley hired Miami Hurricanes offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch to the same position Saturday, charging him with remodeling one of the league's worst offenses.
The Jaguars ranked 29th in the league in total offense this season, slightly better than...
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The Jacksonville Jaguars have an energetic head coach to go along with their brash general manager.
The Jaguars hired Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley as the franchise’s fifth head coach Thursday, the latest move in the team’s rebuilding project.
The 46-year-old Bradley joins general manager Dave Caldwell, who led the coaching search after being hired last week.
And the carousel quickly begins winding to a close.
Multiple outlets, including ESPN's Adam Schefter and Fox Sports say the beleaguered Jacksonville Jaguars have found a new head coach.
That man is now former Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley. Details are still being ferreted out, but the announcement is expected to be made sometime Thursday...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have ended their coaching search, selecting Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley as their next head coach, the team announced today. Bradley had been the Seattle Seahawks' defensive coordinator since 2009.
The hire is somewhat surprising considering a trend towards hiring offensive coaches to lead teams. It's also surprising considering...
New general manager Dave Caldwell has put his first imprint on the Jacksonville Jaguars' franchise. Caldwell has hired Seattle Seahawks' defensive coordinator Gus Bradley as the new head coach. This was contrary to the belief that Caldwell was holding the position for his college roommate, San Francisco 49ers' offensive coordinator Greg Roman. While the other six...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have found their man to replace fired head
coach Mike Mularkey. Now they just have to hammer out the terms.
Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, who also interviewed
with the Philadelphia Eagles, has been chosen for the job and has
accepted, sources told FOXSports.com.