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---Former Bills coach Mike Mularkey will be the third coach in Jacksonville Jaguars history, sources told the Florida Times-Union on Tuesday night.
Mularkey, 50, was previously coach with the Bills, and went 9-7 in 2004 and 5-11 in 2005. He interviewed for the job Tuesday.
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Mike Mularkey is Leading the Jaguars as the Franchise's Third Head Coach. Source: Jaguars.com
Mike Mularkey, as reported by Jaguars.com, has been named the Jacksonville Jaguars new head coach. He is the third head coach in franchise history. This will be his second stint as a head coach in the league. Back in 2004 he was the head coach of the hapless Buffalo Bills for two...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have their new head coach: former Falcons’ Offensive Coordinator Mike Mularkey.
What this tells me:ESPN reported the hiring shortly after 10pm Tuesday night.
First off, the quick hiring tells me that new owner Shahid Khan was not kidding when he told the papers that things would move quickly.
Secondly, this hiring reassures me on my thoughts about...
Buffalo Bills general manager Buddy Nix indicated that they would like to re-sign wide receiver Stevie Johnson, since he’s set to become a free agent at the end of the season.
Nix didn’t say whether or not the Bills would be open to placing the franchise tag on Johnson. The good news is that both sides have come together to discuss a new contract since the season ended, but...
Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey will become the new head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
The Jaguars fired Jack Del Rio in November on the same day owner Wayne Weaver announced his intention to sell the franchise.
Assistant Mel Tucker took over on an interim basis and went 2-3 down the stretch. The Jaguars finished 5-11...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey is scheduled to interview for the Jacksonville Jaguars head coaching position on Tuesday.
Mularkey’s been the Falcons offensive coordinator since 2008. Before coming to Atlanta, he was in Miami, where he served as their tight ends coach and offensive coordinator.
The only NFL head coaching...
---University at Buffalo defensive coordinator William Inge has been named assistant defensive line coach with the Buffalo Bills.
Inge has spent the past two seasons as the UB’s defensive coordinator/linebackers coach. Prior to joining the UB, Inge coached linebackers for two seasons at the University of Cincinnati where he helped the school win back-to-back Big East titles in...
---Former Bills safety Donte Whitner voiced his displeasure once again with his former team and coach Chan Gailey.
Whitner, pictured above, said playing for San Francisco's Jim Harbaugh is a welcome change after playing for Gailey last year. Gailey, he said, routinely assigned blame to the Bills during their 4-12 season.
Jets coach Rex Ryan, Whitner said, "will never...
Re-opening contract talks with receiver Stevie Johnson and finding a pass rusher -- or two -- are among the Buffalo Bills' top priorities this offseason. General manager Buddy Nix outlined his plans during a wide-ranging, 45-minute news conference on Monday, a week after the Bills (6-10) closed the season with their eighth loss in nine games -- and missed the playoffs for a 12th straight year.