Sports Report: Jaguars plan to hire Jay Gruden as OC

15:31  22 january  2020
15:31  22 january  2020 Source:   thescore.com

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The Jacksonville Jaguars are reportedly making a high-upside addition to their coaching staff on the offensive side of the ball. On Tuesday night, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reported that the Jaguars are set to hire Jay Gruden as their new offensive coordinator.

Gruden went 35–49 in six seasons as the Redskins head coach from 2014-19.

Jay Gruden in a red shirt talking on a cell phone© Will Newton / Getty Images Sport / Getty

The Jacksonville Jaguars plan to hire former Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden as their offensive coordinator, sources told Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero of NFL Network.

Gruden called plays throughout his tenure with the Redskins, and prior to that when he served as the offensive coordinator for the Cincinnati Bengals. He is a disciple of the west coast offense.

Gruden led the Redskins beginning in 2014 up until his firing five games into the 2019 season. He amassed a 35-49-1 record as the head coach in Washington.

The Jaguars began searching for a new offensive coordinator after firing John DeFilippo at the end of his first season. Head coach Doug Marrone is embarking on a pivotal fourth season in charge, as owner Shad Khan elected to stick with him despite a disappointing 6-10 record in 2019.

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