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1st season in Jacksonville – 10th season in the NFL
- Spent the 2013-20 seasons on Philadelphia's coaching staff, including five seasons with Jaguars Head Coach Doug Pederson from 2016-20
- Helped the Colts become one of six offensive units in the NFL to boast a 1,000-yard rusher (RB Jonathan Taylor; 1,811 yards) and 1,000-yard receiver (WR Michael Pittman Jr.; 1,082 yards)
- Won Super Bowl LII with the Eagles
- Coached QB Carson Wentz, who became one of six quarterbacks in NFL history to throw for 20-plus touchdowns and 10-or-fewer interceptions in three consecutive seasons (2017-19), joining Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson
Jaguars insider: "He's primed for it…"
QB Trevor Lawrence spoke to the media Wednesday as the Jaguars (8-8) prepare to play the Tennessee Titans (7-9) for the AFC South title at TIAA Bank Field Saturday at 8:15 p.m.: "You can't make it bigger than it is; we've still got to go out and execute and play well…"
Thursday update: Big opportunity
Defensive coordinator Mike Caldwell on OLB K'Lavon Chaisson, the No. 20 overall selection by the Jaguars in the 2020 NFL Draft who will get an increased opportunity after a season-ending injury to DL Dawuane Smoot: "You see the speed. You see the size. You see the ability…"
Tuesday update: "We have to do a better job…"
Rainy, cold conditions are expected when the Jaguars (6-8) play the New York Jets (7-7) at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., Thursday; QB Trevor Lawrence: "It's probably going to rain. It's going to be cold. Obviously, ball security is really important…"
Thursday update: "The talent is here…"
Offensive coordinator Press Taylor and defensive coordinator Mike Caldwell spoke to the media Thursday as the Jaguars (4-8) prepared to play the AFC South-leading Tennessee Titans (7-5) Sunday, with Caldwell saying: "The talent is here; we're happy with the players who are here…"
Jaguars insider: "We're starting to click…"
QB Trevor Lawrence has improved in his second NFL season and said that must continue as the Jaguars enter their final seven games of the 2022 season: "I feel like I've played well the last two weeks, but there are still a few plays every game I could do better …"
Thursday update: Red-zone focus remains
Offensive coordinator Press Taylor spoke to the media Thursday as the Jaguars prepared to play the Las Vegas Raiders at TIAA Bank Field Sunday, saying: "Our biggest issue has been turning the football over in the red zone; that's just taking points off the board …"
On to '22: Hoping for strides
Offensive coordinator Press Taylor spoke to the media Friday a day after Jaguars Head Coach Doug Pederson finalized the 2022 coaching staff, saying of QB Trevor Lawrence's leadership: "It goes a long way in terms of winning over a locker room, just the way you handle things…"