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Ron Prince Hired As Jaguars Assistant Offensive Line Coach

The Jacksonville Jaguars have finished out their coaching staff today by hiring assistant offensive line coach Ron Prince the team announced today in a press release. Prince spent the past two seasons on the Indianapolis Colts as the team's assistant offensive line coach.

Prince spent six seasons on the coaching staff at Virginia (2001-05, 2009). He began his stint with the Cavaliers as offensive line coach in 2001, and added the duties of offensive coordinator in 2003. During Prince's time at Virginia, 11 Cavaliers earned All-ACC honors, including the league's 2002 Player of the Year, Matt Schaub, and first-team All-Americans Elton Brown, D'Brickashaw Ferguson and Heath Miller. Overall, Prince helped develop nine offensive players into NFL draft selections.

The 2012 Jaguars Coaching Staff

Mike Mularkey, Head Coach

Mel Tucker, Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator

Greg Olson, Assistant Head Coach/Quarterbacks Coach

Bob Bratkowski, Offensive Coordinator

John Bonamego, Special Teams Coordinator

Tom Myslinski, Strength and Conditioning Coach

Craig Aukerman, Assistant Special Teams Coach

Brandon Blaney, Defensive Assistant Coach

Sylvester Croom, Running Backs Coach

Joe Cullen, Defensive Line Coach

Mark Duffner, Linebackers Coach

Andy Heck, Offensive Line Coach

Josh Hingst, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Bobby Johnson, Tight Ends Coach

Marlon McCree, Assistant Secondary Coach

Patrick Mularkey, Strength Assistant

Tony Oden, Secondary Coach

Ron Prince, Assistant Offensive Line Coach

Cedric Scott, Strength Assistant

Charlie Skalaski, Assistant to the Head Coach/Offensive Assistant

Paul Spicer, Assistant Defensive Line Coach

Jerry Sullivan, Wide Receivers Coach