The Jacksonville Jaguars are reportedly (and not surprisingly in the least) expected to make “significant changes” to their coaching staff and front office after the season, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
League sources told ESPN that significant changes are expected for Jacksonville after the regular season; the question is how extensive those changes will be.
At the top of the Jaguars’ organizational chart are head coach Doug Marrone, executive vice president of football operations Tom Coughlin and general manager Dave Caldwell. Outside of Jaguars ownership, no one knows how many of these men will be affected by the changes, but this is the group on which the attention is focused.
Some sources around the league believe that it will be challenging for Marrone to keep his job, and others think Coughlin could step aside to spend more time with his family.
Second, this is long overdue for a front office staff that has repeatedly mismanaged the quarterback position as well as the rest of their roster. Leonard Fournette over Deshaun Watson, Taven Bryan over Lamar Jackson... there are too many downright bad roster decisions that have been made with this team since Tom Coughlin came on board before the 2017 season.