The Jaguars reportedly aren’t waiting to interview any coordinator candidates who are in the playoffs.
That’s not the same as not looking for some experience.
According to Alex Marvez of FOX Sports, the Jaguars have interviewed Jim Schwartz for their vacant position.
Schwartz hasn’t gotten much attention this offseason, other than working on the league’s new catch committee. But his work as a coordinator in past stops should make him an attractive candidate for a number of jobs. He said he wanted to be selective about his next stop.
The Jaguars have previously interviewed two less-experienced candidates, including Dolphins interim coordinator Ken Anarumo and 36-year-old Marquand Manuel.