Report: Chris Ash joining Jaguars staff as secondary coach

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have reached an agreement with Chris Ash to serve as their secondary coach under head coach Urban Meyer, according to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com.

Ash spent two seasons as co-defensive coordinator at Ohio State under Meyer in 2014-15 before getting hired as head coach at Rutgers. He spent four years in the head role at Rutgers before landing with the University of Texas after his dismissal in 2019. He served as defensive coordinator and safeties coach last year for the Longhorns.

Ash began his coaching career in 1997 and has 24 years of experience. This will be his first job in the NFL after stops at Drake, Iowa State, San Diego State, Wisconsin, Arkansas, Ohio State, Rutgers and Texas.

3 responses to “Report: Chris Ash joining Jaguars staff as secondary coach

  1. This coaching staff is turning out to be a disaster. Just look at this organization from the top down. You have an owner who is clueless about how to run a team and doesn’t care if they win or not, you have a GM who single-handedly destroyed a good Niners team and ran a good coach out of town to feed his own ego, and now you have a college coach hiring a bunch of other college coaches. I swear, he’s going to sign Tebow before the season begins. It’ll be just like the Steve Spurrier experiment that ended with absolutely failure.

  2. “ran a good coach out of town to feed his own ego”

    Do we still think Jim Harbaugh is a good coach? You really think he is going to sign Tebow who can’t make a baseball team? I just don’t understand all of the hate for Meyer. The guy has won everywhere he has went. I think the coaching staff is stacked.

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