Jaguars Part Ways with Doug Marrone
The Jacksonville Jaguars have finally moved on from head coach Doug Marrone, officially parting ways their long-time head coach on Monday following their worst season in franchise history.
Marrone, who has one year left on his current contract and is paid through the 2021 season, joins general manager Dave Caldwell in exiting the Jaguars organization over the past two months as the team looks to rebuild moving forward.
Armed with the number one overall pick, and expected to select Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, the Jaguars look to rebuild with four picks in the first two rounds, and seven in the first four rounds of the upcoming draft.
Former Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer has been linked to the Jaguars, and rumors have surfaced stating that Meyer has already stated to put together a coaching staff.