JACKSONVILLE – The Jaguars' offense will have a new look next season.
The Jaguars on Tuesday parted ways with Jedd Fisch, the team's offensive coordinator the past two seasons. The team announced the move early Tuesday afternoon. Fisch is the first assistant dismissed by Gus Bradley, the Jaguars' head coach since January 2013.
The Jaguars (3-13) struggled offensively this season with a young unit that often featured five rookies and three second-year veterans in the starting lineup.
The Jaguars ranked 31st in the NFL in total yards in 2014, and their 249 points were a league-low. They scored more than 20 points four times, with one of those games – a 25-24 victory over the New York Giants – coming when the team scored two defensive touchdowns.