The third stop in the Jaguars' interviews for the vacant general manager position will be in New Jersey where Marc Ross will be interviewed for the job, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network and NFL.com.
Ross was an All-Ivy League wide receiver and returner during the early 1990's before he graduated and later earned a master's degree in sport management from the University of Massachusetts. He had scouting experience with the Philadelphia Eagles and Buffalo Bills before he joined the Giants in 2007 as the Director of College Scouting. Since that time the team has won two Super Bowls.
The flight tracker of Shahid Khan's private jet shows a flight that is scheduled to land at Teterboro Airport in Teterboro, New Jersey, just a few miles away from MetLife Stadium where the Giants and Jets play their home games.
With the interview the Jaguars will have satisfied their need to interview a minority candidate and can make a final decision regarding the GM position. However, I would not expect a decision to be made until Monday, at the earliest.