Another name has surfaced in the Jaguars' search for a new offensive coordinator. According to Mike Garofolo of NFL Network, the Jaguars will interview former Redskins head coach Jay Gruden for the vacant spot.
Gruden had varying levels of success with Washington, despite not having the best quarterbacks to work with. He was the head man in the nation's capital from 2014 until October 7th of 2019. He was fired after a tough 0-5 start to the season. Gruden is one of the most well respected offensive minds in football and has done an excellent job with the development of young QBs in the past.
The Jaguars also interviewed former Giants head coach Ben McAdoo for the position and will reportedly interview Scott Linehan, who has had head coaching stints in Dallas and St. Louis, for an assistant role.
The Jaguars took their time this offseason with their staff, but all of the names they've been connected to have had success in the NFL and would likely help Gardner Minshew and the Jaguars' offense take the next step.
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