With the NFL's final regular season set to take place tomorrow, there is word breaking of a lot of expected moves in the coming days.
One of those moves that has been widely anticipated is in Jacksonville, where Ian Rapoport shares that the Jaguars are expected to move on from the Doug Marrone era after five seasons.
The Jags are 1-14 heading into to the final game of the year. Marrone is 23-42 overall with the organization, highlighted by a 10-6 year in 2017 - his first full season with the franchise.
Rapoport adds that the final decision has not been made on Marrone yet, but he is expected to be replaced in the days following their Sunday match up with the Colts.
Urban Meyer's name popped up in connection to this potential opening a week or so ago, and Rap adds that Urban has been working on lining up a staff and has been "telling people he's close to in the football community that he expects to land in Jacksonville," and shares that the pursuit of Urban "will be a factor" in Marrone's expected dismissal.
The other name Rapoport shares in his report is Meyer's replacement in Columbus, in Ohio State head coach Ryan Day. In the event that Urban decides to stay retired, Jacksonville is expected to direct interest toward Day.
An opening in Jacksonville, where the Jags hold the keys to the #1 pick in the upcoming NFL Draft, is being widely viewed as a very intriguing opportunity one in a market where current head coaching jobs include the Falcons, Lions, and Texans, with the Jets widely expected to open as well.
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