The Jacksonville Jaguars will be hiring former Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Hackett was in the running for a few offensive coordinator positions, but apparently could become the Jaguars new quarterbacks coach.
Hackett has spent the past two seasons as the offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills, which has shown some wildly different results depending on who was at the quarterback position. Hackett interviewed a few weeks ago with the Jaguars, which most expected was for their offensive coordinator position, but it appears he could be replacing current quarterbacks coach Frank Scelfo on staff.
If Hackett is replacing Scelfo, this means that the Jaguars will have virtually replaced their entire offensive staff this offseason.