The draft has ended. Which often sparks turnover in some NFL front offices.
This year, it’s starting in Jacksonville. Per multiple sources with knowledge of the situation, the Jaguars have parted ways with director of player personnel Terry McDonough and director of pro personnel Louis Clark.
It’s unclear whether any other changes have been or will be made by new G.M. Dave Caldwell, who inherited most of the front office from former G.M. Gene Smith.
McDonough (pictured) has held his position since January 2009. The son of the late Will McDonough, Terry McDonough joined the Jaguars six years before that, after spending time with the Ravens and Browns.
Clark had been promoted to director of pro personnel in December 2011. He had worked for the Jaguars since 1997. A tenth-round pick in the 1987 draft, Clark played for the Seahawks and Packers.
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