• Jaguars part ways with McDonough, Clark

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated May 1, 2013
    The son of the late Will McDonough, Terry McDonough joined the Jaguars six years before that, after spending time with the Ravens and Browns. McDonough and Clark were the top two scouts under former general manager Gene Smith, who was fired the day after the season ended. McDonough also pointed to the Jaguars' struggles at the quarterback position as a reason for the team's recent changes on the sidelines and in the front office. “This is quarterback-driven league and people who have franchise quarterbacks stay employed and people who don’t typically don’t," McDonough said. Caldwell is now making changes to the team's personnel department, dismissing three members from the Gene Smith, including director of player personnel Terry McDonough, reports Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union. Clark had been promoted to director of pro personnel in December 2011.  The Jaguars also waived a pair of first-year players Monday, defensive end Jerome Long and wide receiver Jerrell Jackson.
    • Jaguars GM David Caldwell begins making changes to the front office

      Jacksonville Jaguars GM David Caldwell has already put his stamp on the coaching staff, firing Mike Mularkey and hiring Gus Bradley as head coach. Caldwell added a few mid-tier players in free agency and is just a few days removed from his first NFL dra…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Jaguars Can Top Three Scouts

      Jaguars general manager David Caldwell continued to reorganize the franchise Monday, dismissing three top scouts, the Florida Times-Union reports. Director of player personnel Terry McDonough, director of pro personnel Louis Clark and southwest regional…

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