Jaguars Notebook: Shad Khan: I'm going to stay the course
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Oct 8, 2012
Jaguars owner Shad Khan told the Times-Union Sunday before the game against the Chicago Bears that he still supports general manager Gene Smith and coach Mike Mularkey and plans to “stay the course.’’ Owner Shad Khan came into this too quietly, and might have taken too much advice from Wayne Weaver, the guy he bought from. Khan also will be busy this week, traveling to London Tuesday night to promote the first of four Jaguars’ games there in 2013. Khan also said they need the support of the fans and said they sold 200 more tickets than they did in 2008 when they hosted the Steelers. What I think they’re thinking at the headquarters of the Jacksonville Jaguars this afternoon…What’s the end game here? Sure, Mike Mularkey is in his first year. He noted the team hasn’t given up in games while starting off 1-3 and he said he expects things to get better, noting it’s still early in the season.
What I think they’re thinking (or should be) at the headquarters of the Jacksonville Jaguars this afternoon… What’s the end game here? Sure, Mike Mularkey is in his first year. But there isn’t enough progress and the general manager who hired him,