This is the January 14, 2013 news archive. View today's Jaguars rumors and news.
profootballtalk.com Updated Jan 14, 2013
The Eagles will conduct a second interview with Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley on Tuesday. And while that’s being interpreted as a sign that the Eagles are closing in on hiring Bradley, Bradley is still making other plans. Albert Breer ofShare Tweet
A year after declining to interview for several NFL head coaching openings, including the Jaguars, Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden will meet with new general manager Dave Caldwell Tuesday in Jacksonville, a league source confirmed. T…Share TweetFor the last six days and however much longer the Jaguars' coaching search lasts, general manager Dave Caldwell must sift through hours of candidate presentations. He must figure out which one makes the most compelling case, then hire a coach who might …Share Tweet
AFC South: First-round picks and prioritiesESPN.com Jan 14, 2013The draft order is set for all but the final four teams in the NFL, and you'll find it below. Here's a quick initial run-through of where our teams will draft and what ranks as their primary needs. Free agency could alter the draft needs, of course. No.…Share TweetFree since Jan. 4 to pursue other opportunities, the Jaguars assistant coaching staff had their first departure Monday when tight ends coach Bobby Johnson was hired to the same position by the Detroit Lions. Johnson spent just one year with the Jaguars,…Share Tweet
Sorting through assistant coach firingsESPN.com Jan 14, 2013We see an assistant coach fired and, if the move comes as a surprise, we tend to see fall guys, scapegoats, victims. While the Jaguars are likely to have close to an entirely new staff under a yet-to-be-determined head coach, and while Marwan Maalouf is…Share TweetWith head-coaching interviews resuming, it’s time to hit the reset button on the five remaining openings, based on various reports:Share Tweet
NFL mailbag -- Running QBs have leg up, for nowJan 14The pistol and read option have staying power, but defenses will eventually adjust. Plus, reader questions.
Peter King: Offensive outburst, meeting of legends set up conference final…Jan 14DENVER -- Ray Lewis was sick Saturday night, 90 minutes after the Ravens had stunned the Broncos here, and he was waiting in a stadium anteroom to be connected with Deion Sanders for an NFL Network interview. "Flu?'' someone asked him. He nodded in…