The Jacksonville Jaguars have certainly taken their time and been thorough in search of a new offensive coordinator, and Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase will be the latest candidate.
According to NFL Network's Michael Silver, Gase will interview on Sunday morning.
Broncos OC Adam Gase will interview for Jaguars' OC job, I am told— Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) January 17, 2015
Gase's status in Denver is uncertain with former Broncos head coach John Fox being fired and quickly scooped up by the Chicago Bears, so a lateral move makes a lot of sense.
Under Gase, the Broncos offense ranked first overall in 2013 and fourth overall in 2014. Their third down conversion efficiency ranked second in 2013 and eighth in 2014. Their passing game was one of the best in the league, but their ground game left something to be desired, ranking 20th in 2013 with 4.1 yards per attempt and 20th in 2014 with 4.0 yards per attempt.