The 2016 NFL season has not gone the way the Jacksonville Jaguars have expected and after having a overall record go (14-48) in his time with the Jags, Gus Bradley has been fired as the Jaguars head coach and there is a new sheriff in town. For Now!
The Jaguars have named offensive coordinator Doug Marrone as their interim head coach for the final two weeks of the season. The Jaguars currently stand at (2-12) and will be in the running for one of the the top three overall picks in the 2017 NFL draft. Marrone served as the head coach for the Buffalo Bills from 2014-2015 and finished with a record of (15-17). The Jaguars finals two games are against the in Tennessee Titans on (Dec.24th) in Jacksonville and on New Years Day (Jan.1st) on the road against the Indianapolis Colts.
Interim head coach Doug Marrone addressed the media following Tuesday’s practice. https://t.co/BCFfsxxPtT
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