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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Monte Kiffin wins PFWA lifetime achievement award

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Jacksonville Jaguars assistant coach wins PFWA award -
Longtime defensive coordinators Wade Phillips and Monte Kiffin have won the Paul Zimmerman Award from the Professional Football Writers of America. The award is given for lifetime achievement as an NFL assistant coach. Kiffin, 76, is in his 29th season as an NFL coach and first with Jacksonville. He oversaw the dominant 2002 Tampa Bay defense as the Buccaneers won their only Super Bowl.

Dan Skuta's lawyer says altercation was fabricated -
Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Dan Skuta was arrested last week for battery, after allegedly pushing a woman in the face after a verbal altercation. Skuta's lawyer has since released a statement alleging that entire incident was made up and that Skuta was actually the person assaulted in the situation.

Is Gus Bradley on the hot seat -
Three years ago, the Jacksonville Jaguars had just fired head coach Mike Mularkey after a dissapointing 2-14 season. Mularkey only lasted one year as the coach after taking over for interim head coach Mel Tucker to start the 2012 campaign. With Mularkey (and GM Gene Smith) out the door, Jacksonville’s new owner Shad Khan was free to mold the organization however he saw fit.