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Jaguars Announce Their Strength Coaches

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The Jacksonville Jaguars finished out their staff this week. The team officially announced today that Tom Myslinski will be their new strength and conditioning coach while Patrick Mularkey will be the assistant strength coach.

Myslinski played nine seasons as an offensive lineman in the NFL, with his year in Jacksonville being his fourth pro season, and served three seasons as strength and conditioning coach for the Cleveland Browns. He spent the last two seasons on the collegiate level, as strength and conditioning coach for football at North Carolina in 2011 and Memphis in 2010.

Myslinski previously served as the Browns' head strength and conditioning coach from 2007-09. He was the Browns' assistant strength and conditioning coach in 2004 and also worked for the team on a part-time basis in 2003. He spent two seasons (2005-06) as head strength and conditioning coach at Robert Morris in Pittsburgh.

Patrick Mularkey spent the last two seasons as an assistant scout for general manager Gene Smith.