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    Get LIVE updates from the Jaguars' matchup with the Dallas Cowboys, starting two hours before kickoff at Wembley Stadium.

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Jedd Fisch
Offensive Coordinator

Biography

Jedd Fisch is in his second year as offensive coordinator for the Jaguars after being named to the post on January 19, 2013. Fisch has 17 years of coaching experience including 10 seasons in the NFL. He has been mentored by two-time college football champion and 2013 Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, two-time Super Bowl champion and Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan, Super Bowl champion and former Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick as well as national champion and South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier.

Jedd Fisch is in his second year as offensive coordinator for the Jaguars after being named to the post on January 19, 2013. Fisch has 17 years of coaching experience including 10 seasons in the NFL. He has been mentored by two-time college football champion and 2013 Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, two-time Super Bowl champion and Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan, Super Bowl champion and former Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick as well as national champion and South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier.

In his first season with the Jaguars, Fisch inherited a young unit that started 15 different lineups throughout the season including nine different players along the offensive line and six different players at wide receiver.  The offense improved in nearly every category from the first eight games to the final eight games including 31st to 8th in red zone offense and doubled their points per game total. The Jaguars set a single-season franchise record for passing attempts with 592 and the second-most completions (349).  Quarterback Chad Henne led the club to a 4-4 mark in the second half of the season including a season-high 331 yards in the season-finale at Indianapolis.  Rookie wideout Ace Sanders finished with 51 receptions, the second-most in franchise history by a rookie

Fisch, 37, spent the two prior seasons (2011-12) at the University of Miami as offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach. In 2012, the Hurricanes scored more than 40 points on six occasions, averaged 31.4 points per game and 440.2 yards per game. Under Fisch’s direction in 2012, quarterback Stephen Morris as a first-year starter threw for a career-high 3,345 passing yards and set a single-season total offense record with 3,415 yards. Morris threw 21 touchdown passes with just seven interceptions and he set an ACC record with 566 passing yards against North Carolina State. In his first season, Fisch tutored quarterback Jacory Harris who solidified himself as one of the best signal callers in Miami and ACC history.  Harris finished with a single-season school record 65.0 completion percentage while throwing for 20 touchdowns and only nine interceptions. Harris concluded his career in 2011 with a career-best 150.6 quarterback efficiency rating.  Miami’s offense averaged 26.5 points per game and amassed 4,533 yards of total offense in 2011.

Prior to joining Miami, Fisch served as quarterbacks coach for Seattle in 2010 where he worked with Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley and three-time Pro Bowler Matt Hasselbeck. Fisch joined the Seahawks after serving the 2009 season as the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach at the University of Minnesota, where he helped the team earn a spot in the Insight Bowl. At Minnesota, Fisch coached Adam Weber, who ranked third in Big-Ten history with 10,917 career passing yards.

In 2008, Fisch was wide receivers coach at Denver under Shanahan where he tutored Pro Bowl wideout Brandon Marshall to a then career-high 104 receptions for 1,265 yards and six touchdowns. Marshall ranked third in the NFL in receptions and seventh in yards. Fisch also played a role in Eddie Royal producing one of the most productive rookie seasons in NFL history with 91 catches for 980 yards and five touchdowns.  

Prior to joining the Broncos, Fisch spent four seasons in Baltimore (2004-07). He was the Ravens' assistant quarterbacks coach in 2007 after serving as the assistant quarterbacks/wide receivers coach from 2005-06 and offensive assistant in 2004. In 2006, the Ravens posted a 13-3 record and won the AFC North. Steve McNair received Pro Bowl honors after setting a franchise-record for completion percentage (64.0) and Derrick Mason (68) and Mark Clayton (67) formed one of only four wideout tandems in the AFC that featured two players with at least 65 receptions.

A native of Livingston, New Jersey, Fisch began his NFL coaching career with the Houston Texans where he served three seasons (2001-03) as an assistant to head coach Dom Capers.

A 1998 graduate of the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in criminology, Fisch served two seasons (1999-2000) as a graduate assistant under Spurrier while obtaining a master’s degree in sports management. During those two seasons, the Gators advanced to the Citrus (1999) and Sugar Bowls (2000) in addition to winning the SEC championship in 2000. 

Fisch began his coaching career as defensive coordinator at P.K. Yonge High School in Gainesville, Florida and also spent one season as the wide receivers/quality control coach for the New Jersey Red Dogs of the Arena Football League. He and his wife, Amber, have three daughters, Zaylee, Ashlee and Kendall.

COACHING BACKGROUND:  P.K. Yonge High School 1997-98, New Jersey Red Dogs 1998, Florida 1999-2000, Houston Texans 2001-03, Baltimore Ravens 2004-07, Denver Broncos 2008, Minnesota 2009, Seattle Seahawks 2010, Miami (Fla.) 2011-12, Jacksonville Jaguars 2013-14.

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