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Cardinals' Steve Keim still in Jaguars' GM search |

Arizona Cardinals vice president of player personnel Steve Keim interviewed with Jaguars owner Shad Khan Friday night and remains in the mix to replace general manager Gene Smith. A league source confirmed the meeting and Keim is believed to be the fourth candidate to talk with Khan, joining Atlanta’s David Caldwell, San Francisco’s Tom Gamble and the New York Giants’ Marc Ross. Khan has already met twice with Caldwell. Keim is also on San Diego’s list and as well as the Cardinals, which fired general manager Rod Graves last week.

Roster breakdown: Offense

JACKSONVILLE – This quiet won’t last. But until it does – until the Jaguars finish their search for a general manager and begin the chain of events that will set the tone for the franchise’s foreseeable future – we’ll start taking a look at what that general manager candidate will inherit. Today, that means a look at the state of the roster on offense. Before we do, let’s review the weekend’s events:

Greg Roman vs Mike Mularkey - Black and Teal - A Jacksonville Jaguars Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

It isn’t exactly the best way to compare two coaching candidates (one the contracted incumbent) but, as the Jacksonville Jaguars get closer to hiring a new general manager, it is about time we looked at the pros and cons of Greg Roman vs Mike Mularkey. Roman has been linked to GM candidate David Caldwell, who looks like he may be the favorite for the GM job at this point. General managers like to bring in their own guy to take over the reins, and with Mularkey still under contract a look at how these two offensive minds have done should be done.