Report: Jaguars set to make major staff changes at end of season
An incredibly disappointing season for the Jacksonville Jaguars appears likely to end in some significant staff changes.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Jaguars are likely to make “significant” changes at the top of their organization once the season ends. It is unclear how large those changes might be, but it is thought that coach Doug Marrone and executive vice president Tom Coughlin may not return for 2020. GM Dave Caldwell’s status is also in question.
Some league sources suggest that Marrone will have a difficult time keeping his job. Coughlin, meanwhile, could quit to spend more time with his family.
In 2017, the Jaguars won 10 games and came within one win of reaching the Super Bowl. Since then, it’s been all downhill thanks to bad contracts and organizational mismanagement. That’s not necessarily Marrone’s fault, but the results speak for themselves. Coughlin and the front office have been huge disappointments, from their backfired move for Nick Foles to Coughlin reportedly helping to drive Jalen Ramsey out of town.
The Jaguars are 4-9 and their season is effectively over. The only question now is who will still be around next season.