Jacksonville Jaguars Interview Adam Gase for Offensive Coordinator


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As their week in Mobile for the Senior Bowl closes in, the Jacksonville Jaguars are still searching for their offensive coordinator. Already having interviewed the likes of Kirby Wilson, Doug Marrone, Greg Olson, and Nathaniel Hackett, head coach Gus Bradley hosted former Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase all day Sunday.

Gase was a candidate for some of the head coaching vacancies as little as a week ago, and most thought he was the leader in the clubhouse for the San Francisco 49ers job before it was given to Jim Tomsula. With almost all of the head coaching vacancies now filled, Gase will likely have to settle for another offensive coordinator position. Gase is one of the youngest coaches or coordinators in the league at only 36 years old, but he worked his way up the ladder very quickly in Denver, ascending from wide receivers coach to quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator in only 5 years. People are generally wary of coaches and players who have worked with Peyton Manning since it’s hard to discern between what Peyton is doing and what everyone else is doing, but Gase appears to have plenty of believers around the league.

With basically all of the candidates now available to interview, the Jaguars should be honing in on their guy pretty soon.

UPDATE: Gase appears to be one of the favorites.

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