Found August 30, 2012 on
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Jack Del Rio
New York Giants
When the chance of a lifetime presented itself, Mike Mularkey left his job as Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator after four seasons and became head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars last January.
Nonetheless, the question lingers: If Mularkey had not found a job first, would the Falcons have chosen to part ways with him and hire a new offensive coordinator?
It is both hypothetical and unanswerable especially since head coach Mike Smith continues to praise the job, with reason, that Mularkey did in Atlanta. On Tuesday, Smith told FOXSportsSouth.com that Mularkey was an integral part to our success in our first four years.
And yet the question persists.
It persists in large part because of how adamant owner Arthur Blank was at a January press conference in which he talked about the teams need for a fresh set of eyes at both of the offensive and defensive coordinator positions. That was after Mularkey and Brian VanGorder, the defensive coordinator who left for the same job at A...
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Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey indicated that he wouldn’t mind seeing quarterback Blaine Gabbert take off and run more this season.
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“Again, Rashad Jennings is going in as the starter. I don’t know how that came out being any different,” Mularkey said.
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Kevin Elliott had a 77-yard touchdown reception, likely solidifying his spot on the regular-season roster, and the Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Atlanta Falcons 24-14 in their preseason finale Thursday night.
The teams took vastly different approaches to the game. The Jaguars played their offensive starters into the second quarter; the Falcons played just...
Despite some speculation that free agent running back Ryan Grant might be headed to the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to Mark Long of the AP, they’re not interested.
Jaguars are NOT looking at Ryan Grant and have zero interest in signing the former Packers RB
— Mark Long (@APMarkLong) August 29, 2012
Even with Maurice Jones-Drew’s hold out lingering into the end of...