Earlier this month, the Jacksonville Jaguars decided it was time to move on from former head coach Urban Meyer.
After going 2-11 - along with a series of off-field incidents - the Jaguars fired Urban Meyer for cause. With Meyer gone, the team is reportedly looking for a head coach with a completely different mindset.
A new report from NFL insider Jason La Canfora, the Jaguars plan to speak with two former NFL head coaches next week. Former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson and former Detroit Lions coach Jim Caldwell are the two candidates.
La Canfora noted the Jaguars want someone that can help develop former No. 1 overall pick Trevor Lawrence.
From CBS Sports:
Both Pederson and Caldwell have accomplished head coaching resumes and are both very interested in returning to the NFL this season. Both are heralded for their work with quarterbacks, of particular interest to Jacksonville with first-overall pick Trevor Lawrence struggling as a rookie, and they are able to be interviewed at any time, as they are currently coaching in the NFL.
Caldwell and Pederson have had success at the NFL level. For Caldwell, he only had one losing season in charge of the Lions - an organization that has been lost without him.
Pederson notably took down the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl during his time with the Eagles.
La Canfora also noted that the Jaguars are looking into Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier. He's been a hot name in previous coaching searches. It seems like only a matter of time before he gets another head coaching job.
Who will the Jaguars hire next?