Some things Mike Mularkey knew he wanted to do differently this time. Mularkey, after a two-year stint as the Buffalo Bills’ head coach in 2004-2005, said in the six years since he thought often about he how would approach a chance to interview again for an NFL head coaching position. And if he got the job?
It’s 9 a.m. on Monday and the Jaguars weight room is full of life with several players sweating through a workout and music is blaring through the speakers. Most of the players in attendance are rehabbing from last year’s injuries including Eben Britton, Ashton Youboty, Zach Miller and Derek Cox.
New Jaguars owner Shahid Khan discussed Jacksonville, the team, success and politics during this morning's appearance on WJCT's First Coast Connect with host Melissa Ross. Missed the program? You can access podcasts of the show or listen to his segment alone:
Monday we presented the All AFC-South offense. Today we move to defense and special teams. I felt like there was a worthy candidate at every spot, and beyond wrestling with choosing between Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis for a defensive end spot, I didn’t have any gigantic struggles.