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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Gus Bradley not worried about job security

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Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley not worried about job security - ESPN.com
Jacksonville Jaguars coach Gus Bradley spent most of Monday worrying and thinking about a lot of things. His job security, however, wasn’t among them. The fact that he is now 12-38 as a head coach -- the second-worst winning percentage (.240) in NFL history among coaches with at least 50 games on their resume -- after Sunday’s embarrassing 38-14 loss to San Diego never entered his mind. He apparently didn’t spend time thinking about the Jaguars’ next two games before the bye week being a crossroads in his tenure.

It's time for a new leader - BigCatCountry.com
We've been negative about Gus Bradley before, but after three miserable losing years and a disheartening loss to the San Diego Chargers, I think it's time to relieve him of his duties.

Jared Odrick talks his second appearance on HBO's "Ballers" - FirstCoastNews.com
Life after football is something NFL players typically think about as their careers are winding down. For Jaguars defensive end Jared Odrick, the planning for his second career is taking place right now. Instead of solely focusing on the game, Odrick has spent his time away from football: networking and setting himself up for the long-term.