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Assistant RB coach Donovan leaves for University of Washington

Jacksonville Jaguars helmet during a joint training camp practice session with the Baltimore Ravens Monday, August 5, 2019 in Owings Mills, MD. (Rick Wilson/Jacksonville Jaguars)

JACKSONVILLE – Another Jaguars offensive assistant has moved on.

John Donovan, a Jaguars offensive assistant since 2016 and assistant running backs coach this past season, on Friday was named the offensive coordinator at the University of Washington.

"I have been working with John since our time together at Georgia Tech, and it's been a privilege to see how much he's grown as a coach over the past 20 years," Jaguars Head Coach Doug Marrone said in a statement. "He is a diligent worker and has had success coaching offenses in the collegiate ranks at Penn State and Vanderbilt, and I look forward to seeing the impact he makes at Washington.

"I appreciate his time in Jacksonville and how deeply he cares for developing the players he works with, and I wish him, his wife, Stacey, and their family all the best in Seattle."

Scott Milanovich, the Jaguars' quarterbacks coach from 2017-2019, left after the end of the 2019 regular season to become the head coach of the Canadian Football League's Edmonton Eskimos.

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