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Calais Campbell believes he is worth every penny of his salary

General Manager Dave Caldwell said earlier this week that the Jaguars “still feel like [Calais Campbell] has football left ahead of him.” But the Jaguars can get $15 million in cap space by parting ways with Campbell. The defensive lineman signed a four-year, $60 million contract with the Jaguars in March 2017 and is scheduled [more]

DJ Chark excited about playing in Jay Gruden’s offense

The Jaguars have changed offensive coordinators, but DJ Chark doesn’t expect much to change for him. The Pro Bowl receiver has yet to meet Jay Gruden, who replaces John DeFilippo, but Chark has confidence he will continue to get targets. ″I know it all comes down to me making plays, getting open and being consistent,″ [more]

Jaguars announce Jay Gruden as offensive coordinator

The signs pointed toward the Jaguars hiring Jay Gruden as their new offensive coordinator and the move became official on Wednesday morning. The Jaguars announced Gruden has been added to head coach Doug Marrone’s staff for the 2020 season. He replaces John DeFilippo, who was fired after one year on the job and is now [more]

Yannick Ngakoue sends cryptic message, following G.M. comments

We haven’t even gotten to the Super Bowl, and we’re already into the season of reading between the lines of cryptic tweets from football players. After Jaguars General Manager Dave Caldwell told the team website that a deal for free agent pass-rusher Yannick Ngakoue should come together “hopefully relatively easily,” Ngakoue had his own thoughts. [more]

Dave Caldwell: Jags feel Calais Campbell has “football left ahead of him”

The Jaguars opted for status quo with head coach Doug Marrone and General Manager Dave Caldwell, but that’s not likely to be the case for the team’s roster. For one thing, they’ve gone 11-21 over the last two years with many of the players currently on hand. For another, the team needs cap space in [more]

Jaguars plan to hire Jay Gruden as offensive coordinator

The Jaguars plan to hire Jay Gruden as their next offensive coordinator, NFL Media reports. Ian Rapoport adds that the “deal isn’t done, but the Jaguars are close to adding a very talented OC with a great pedigree in the role.” Two other former head coaches, Ben McAdoo and Scott Linehan, also interviewed for the [more]

Dave Caldwell: Yannick Ngakoue deal should be done “relatively easily”

It should go without saying, but General Manager Dave Caldwell said it anyway: The Jaguars want defensive end Yannick Ngakoue back. “[We] would love to have him back,” Caldwell said Tuesday, via John Oehser of the team website. “It’s a deal that we feel like could take a little bit of time but should be [more]

Jaguars announce Josh Allen, D.J. Chark headed to Pro Bowl

NFL Media named Jaguars rookie edge rusher Josh Allen as a Pro Bowl snub when the AFC all-star was announced in December. Allen no longer is snubbed. The Jaguars announced Sunday that Allen and receiver D.J. Chark are headed to the Pro Bowl. Allen becomes the first rookie in franchise history to make the Pro [more]

Report: Jaguars interviewing Jay Gruden for offensive coordinator

Former Washington head coach Jay Gruden said early this month that he hoped to interview for head coaching vacancies with other teams, but this year’s game of musical chairs is over and Gruden never got asked to take part in the festivities. It appears he’s set his eyes on a slightly lower goal. Mike Garafolo [more]

Tom Coughlin wants to remain involved in the game

A two-time Super Bowl-winning coach is available to work in the NFL, and he still wants to. Tom Coughlin, fired from his position with the Jaguars as executive V.P. of football operations, told Zach Gelb of CBS Sports Radio that Coughlin hopes to find a new job in pro football. “I love the game,” Coughlin [more]

Jaguars interviewed Ben McAdoo

Ben McAdoo’s push to get back in the NFL has taken him to Jacksonville. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that McAdoo interviewed with the Jaguars this week about their offensive coordinator position. The Jaguars fired John DeFilippo after one year in that job. McAdoo has also met with the Panthers as he looks for [more]

Report: Scott Linehan interviewing for jobs with Giants, Jaguars and Panthers

Scott Linehan was out of the NFL in 2019 after being ousted as the Cowboys offensive coordinator last January, but he’s trying to get back into the game. Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports that Linehan has lined up several interviews for assistant coaching positions. Per the report, Linehan is slated to meet with the Giants, [more]

Bears hire John DeFilippo as quarterbacks coach

The Bears have hired John DeFilippo as their quarterbacks coach and promoted incumbent quarterbacks coach Dave Ragone to passing game coordinator, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The Bears interviewed DeFilippo for their head coaching vacancy in 2018, hiring Matt Nagy instead. DeFilippo then spent one season as the Vikings’ offensive coordinator and one as the [more]

John DeFilippo out as Jaguars offensive coordinator

Doug Marrone will be back as the Jaguars head coach in 2020, but he’ll have a new offensive coordinator on his coaching staff. The Jaguars announced that offensive coordinator John DeFilippo will not return for a second season in Jacksonville. The team said they and DeFilippo “mutually agreed to part ways,” although it’s probably safe [more]

Spots 1-28 now set for 2020 NFL Draft

Yesterday was a crushing loss for the Texans, but at least they can comfort themselves with their future, and how they can use the 26th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft to make a good team better. Oh wait, they already traded that one to the Dolphins. Sorry guys, that was probably too soon. With [more]

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