While the Jaguars continue to search for their next offensive coordinator, it appears at least two of the open assistant coaching roles have now been filled.
Per SiriusXM’s Alex Marvez, the Jaguars have hired assistant coaches George Warhop and Tim Walton to coach the offensive line and defensive backfield, respectively.
Source tells me George Warhop (offensive line) and Tim Walton (defensive backs) expected to join @jaguars coaching staff— Alex Marvez (@alexmarvez) January 13, 2019
Warhop is a 23-year veteran offensive line coach, having spent time as head line coach with the St. Louis Rams, where he coached Hall of Famer Orlando Pace as a rookie, as well as stops in Arizona, Dallas, San Francisco, Cleveland, and most recently Tampa Bay, where he was the offensive line coach since 2014.
Walton also brings a strong NFL resume’, that includes a stint as the defensive coordinator for the Rams in 2013. He’s served as defensive backs coach for the Detroit Lions from 2009-2012. He was hired by Tom Coughlin for the same role with the New York Giants in 2015 where he remained through this past season.