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The coming days, weeks and months will be busy ones for Mike Mularkey and the rest of the Jaguars’ coaching staff. For Mularkey, that actually means the pace won’t change much. The Jaguars’ coaching staff on Monday met as a group for the first time at the team’s facility at EverBank Field, this coming days after Mularkey – hired 19 days ago as the franchise’s third permanent head coach – completed the bulk of the process of hiring a staff.

Former Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio considered sitting out 2012 season | jacksonville.com

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. | The links and lakes were appealing to Jack Del Rio, just not as enticing as the green grass and white lines of the football field where he’s spent most of his life. So, after briefly contemplating sitting out the 2012 season, Del Rio decided to jump right back into the NFL fray, replacing Dennis Allen as Denver’s defensive coordinator this week. He could have sat back and relaxed while earning the $5 million left on his contract when the Jacksonville Jaguars fired him in November. Now, the Jaguars will pay him the difference between that total and his salary in Denver.

Scout.com: Mularkey's Philosophy Will Be Hands-Off

Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey is rounding out his staff and there are some familiar faces staying. Find out how Mularkey's past experience is leading him toward delegating more responsibility throughout his capable staff. --The Jaguars made what amounted to an unusual swap of offensive coordinators when