The Jacksonville Jaguars will interview Buffalo Bills assistant offensive line coach Bobby Johnson on Monday, according to a source. Johnson has been with the Bills for the past two seasons working at the University of Indiana prior to getting a position in the NFL. Johnson is credited with developing current NFL draft picks Rodger Saffold (St. Louis Rams) and James Brewer (New York Giants) while he was with the Hoosiers.
Prior to Johnson coming on board with the Bills, the Bills offensive line gave up 42 sacks in 2009. In the 2010 season the Bills gave up just 27 sacks. In the 2011 season, the Bills gave up 22 sacks. While the direct effect of Johnson isn't directly known, each season he was there the Bills gave up fewer and fewer sacks while also maintaining an effective rushing attack. The Jaguars have also been linked to Arizona Cardinals offensive like guru Russ Grimm, but he is currently under contract with the Cardinals.