JACKSONVILLE – The Jaguars' offense will have new leadership in 2020.
John DeFilippo, the Jaguars' offensive coordinator this past season, and the Jaguars have mutually decided to part ways. The Jaguars announced the move Monday morning.
DeFilippo served one season as the Jaguars' offensive coordinator. They ranked 26th in the NFL in points with 300 and 20th in the NFL in total yards with 342 yards per game.
DeFilippo is the third Jaguars offensive coach who won't return next season. Quarterbacks coach Scott Milanovich left after the season to become the head coach of the Canadian Football League's Edmonton Eskimos and assistant running backs coach John Donovan on Friday was announced as the University of Washington offensive coordinator.
DeFilippo spent the first 13 games of the 2018 season as the Minnesota Vikings' offensive coordinator. He was the quarterbacks coach of the Philadelphia Eagles in 2016-2017 and the Cleveland Browns' offensive coordinator in 2016.