Tom Coughlin, Doug Marrone Introduced by Jaguars: Top Comments and Takeaways

January 12, 2017   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Jacksonville Jaguars officially introduced their new power structure Thursday morning. Team owner Shahid Khan and general manager David Caldwell were joined for a press conference by Tom Coughlin, the new executive VP for football operations, and head coach Doug Marrone.
Coughlin was the first head coach of the Jaguars franchise after it joined the league through expansion in 1995. He lasted through 2002, compiling a 68-60 record with four playoff appearances and returns with an eye on ending the team's nine-year playoff drought. 
Khan praised the 70-year-old football lifer, who guided the New York Giants to a pair of Super Bowl titles as head coach, as somebody who can bring a culture of success.
"It goes without saying, any football organization with Tom Coughlin is going to be one of the best," the owner said, per the team's official Twitter account.
Meanwhile, Jacksonville removed the interim tag from Marrone. The former Buffalo Bills head coach led the...

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