Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer and new GM Trent Baalke believe their "partnership" and "alignment" will be key to a successful rebuild in Jacksonville.
Jacksonville coach Urban Meyer has hired Baltimore defensive line coach Joe Cullen to be his defensive coordinator, league sources told ESPN on Thursday.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to promote interim general manager Trent Baalke to the full-time role by week's end, a source told ESPN.
The CFB Pod: Negandhi is joined by Andrea Adelson, Heather Dinich, Adam Rittenberg and Ivan Maisel to put a bow on the 2020 college football season
Kevin Negandhi is joined by Andrea Adelson, Heather Dinich, Adam Rittenberg and Ivan Maisel to put a bow on the 2020 college football season. They discuss the historical context of a season played during a pandemic, what was different about this year’s Alabama team, why the Big Ten would like to forget this season, if the College Football Playoff ever seriously flirted with the idea of expansion, Sarah Fuller making history, underdog stories, Dabo Swinney’s heel turn, concerns about the current structure of the sport, predictions and hopes for college football for 2021, and Urban Meyer taking the Jacksonville Jaguars job.
Tennessee is looking for a new head coach for the fifth time since 2008. Here are 11 candidates who could take over at Rocky Top.
From franchises that will tear it all down to those that just need a few tweaks, here are the offseason priorities for every team no longer playing.
Jacksonville gets the first shot at a quarterback, while New York has a big decision to make at No. 2. Here's the first-round order so far.
Joe Brady has impressed teams. The Lions job could be wrapped up soon. Plus, things are trending to make the NFL look bad -- again.
Urban Meyer is the new HC of the Jacksonville Jaguars. He spoke for the first time on Friday afternoon, outlining his vision with his new squad. Jim Basquil talks through the legendary coach's jump to the pros. We hear reaction sound from Hall of Fame HC Bill Parcells, and ESPN Radio's Keyshawn Johnson of Keyshawn, JWill, and Zubin.
The NFL Live crew previews and makes game picks for the upcoming weekends Divisional Round. Could Tom Brady and the Bucs make it past Drew Brees and the Saints? Who will win the battle between Jalen Ramsey and Devante Adams? And can Urban Meyer be the man to turn things around in Jacksonville?
Urban Meyer is older and wiser, which he says should help keep him healthier as tries to turn around one of the NFL's worst franchises.
Robert Salah was named as the new Head Coach for the New York Jets. Bart & Hahn talk about how good of a fit he will be for this team. Alan says that Salah is a combination of Herm Edwards and Rex Ryan. Alan also thinks that it's interesting that the Jets will not draft a QB. ESPN's Sal Palantonio, joins the show for the anniversary of the infamous interview with Sal and Bart Scott. He also goes into the new coaching hires and fires.
First Take 1st Hour: Urban Meyer is heading to Jacksonville, and the Jets get Robert Saleh, did these teams get it right?
Stephen A. & Max debate if Urban Meyer or Robert Saleh were better hires, Ryan Clark returns to discuss if the Browns are more likely to get blown out or keep it close with the Chiefs, and does the crew believe that Lamar Jackson will pull off the upset in Buffalo?
Jason comments on the Jaguars hiring Urban Meyer and a rational Tom Brady take
Urban Meyer has come out of retirement and is making the leap to the NFL as the new head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. With a #1 overall pick and tons of cap space, will Urban avoid being a coach who can't hang with the big boys? Arda Ocal discusses. We hear from ESPN Radio's Mike Greenberg on #Greeny, SEC Network's Paul Finebaum, Former Jags OL Leon Searcy, and ESPN NFL Front Office Insider Louis Riddick.
Urban Meyer is moving to the pros as the new coach of the Jaguars, as one of the most successful college coaches in NCAA history will try to spur a turnaround after Jacksonville's worst season.
This show has some serious commitment issues when it comes to sports amongst other things, but one thing we will always commit to is food debates.
After leaving jobs twice due to health issues, Meyer has to allay concerns he can handle the pressures of turning around the NFL's worst team.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the fit for Urban Meyer in Jacksonville and if it is title or bust in Brooklyn this season.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss the Jaguars talks with Urban Meyer and how they view Harden today.