The Jaguars are looking to make a splash at the top of the free agent class after losing some key players this offseason, but it’s not the only area where they are expected to improve.
Head coach Gus Bradley is expected to be in a coaching position next season.
The Jaguars’ general manager has a history of bringing in new head coaches, and they’ve done so before.
They hired former Patriots coach Bill Belichick and then went on to win three Super Bowls under Belichick.
They’ve also hired new coordinators after firing Kyle Shanahan in 2016 and the Falcons head coach Jim Caldwell last year.
The new regime is expected take a more conservative approach and take a similar approach to the Jaguars.
While Bradley may not be the head coach of the NFL’s best team, he will have a very good chance of being the next head coach in the NFL.
Bradley won three Superbowl titles and three division titles with the Patriots, Falcons and Saints.
His teams had four different winning seasons in the 1990s, and he’s coached for five of them.
He won two Super Bowl championships in Atlanta and also won two in New Orleans.
Bradley also coached the Lions for the final two seasons of the franchise’s existence.
Bradley has been in charge of the Jacksonville Jaguars since the team was officially named the NFL team in 1997.
He is the third coach in franchise history to lead a team to the Super Bowl, following Bill Walsh in the 1970s and Bill Parcells in the 1980s.
The Jaguars are currently one of the three teams to be eliminated from the playoff hunt, with the Raiders being eliminated in the first round of the playoffs.
Bradley’s team has struggled on the field this season, but they have the third-best defense in the league.
They have the fourth-best rushing offense, according to Football Outsiders.