The Jaguars fired Tom Coughlin as executive vice president of football operations, leaving Marrone’s future uncertain by Jeff Kerr @JeffKerrCBS Dec 19, 2019 at 3:51 pm ET • 2 min read Doug Marrone may not be the head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars much longer, considering many believe he was tied at the hip to recently-fired Executive Vice President of Football Operations Tom Coughlin, but as long as Marrone has his current post, he’ll continue to do the job Jacksonville hired him for. ”I’m working on trying to win these games,” Marrone said on his Thursday press conference, via NFL.com. “Obviously, I’m disappointed. I know that I’m judged by wins and losses. … I know it’s always tough to write when a team’s not winning and I put that on myself. I take a lot of pride in being a good leader and being able to win football games and obviously I haven’t won enough.”The Jaguars came into the season with revamped expectations after signing Nick Foles to a four year, $88 million deal to be their quarterback, only having Foles break his collarbone in Week 1 of the season and missing two months. This was a team that was… Read full this story
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