This is the January 19, 2013 news archive. View today's Jaguars rumors and news.
Despite being a part of a 2-14 season, six Jaguars assistant coaches have found new jobs since owner Shad Khan allowed them to pursue other opportunities on Jan. 4.Share TweetALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) -- The Oakland Raiders chose a coordinator to get their offense back to a power-running scheme suited to star back Darren McFadden.Share TweetEvery first-time NFL head coach need an experienced guy or two on his staff he can really lean on. Jaguars coach Gus Bradley has his. Bradley once served on the staff of Bob Babich at North Dakota State. Now Babich is Bradley’s defensive coordinator. BaShare Tweet
Jaguars staff moving onIn the nine days since they were allowed to pursue other positions around the NFL, six Jaguars assistant coaches have left for other teams. All have the same duties unless noted: Team, jobShare TweetEarly in his search to find the Jaguars’ new coach, general manager Dave Caldwell talked to people all over the NFL - coaches, scouts, front office executives - to formulate a list of candidates. The same name frequently came up: Gus Bradley. CaldweShare Tweet