Where former Jaguars coaches are today
Record with Jaguars: 68-60
Notable accomplishments here: Coughlin to an expansion franchise to the playoffs in its second season and made the playoffs four straight years, including losses in the AFC Championship Game in 1996 and 1999.
Since: Coughlin was out of coaching for the 2003 season before being hired by the New York Giants. During his 12 years with the franchise, the Giants won two Super Bowls (XLII and XLVI) and made the playoffs five times. Coughlin stepped down as coach of the Giant in January of 2016 after three consecutive losing seasons and went to work in the NFL’s football operations department.
JACK DEL RIO
Record with Jaguars: 68-71
Notable accomplishments here: The Jaguars went to the playoffs twice under Del Rio and beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the divisional round during the 2007 season.
Since: Del Rio spent three seasons as the defensive coordinator of the Denver Broncos before being hired as coach of the Oakland Raiders in January of 2015. The Raiders finished with a 7-9 record during Del Rio’s first season but have shown much more promise in his second and are expected to make the AFC playoffs
Years: 2011 (interim)
Record with Jaguars: 2-3
Notable accomplishments here: The Jaguars finished sixth in total defense with Tucker calling plays during the 2011 season.
Since: Tucker was named interim coach of the Jaguars in November of 2011 after Del Rio was fired during the season. When Mike Mularkey was hired as coach of the Jaguars for the 2012 season, Tucker returned to his previous role as defensive coordinator. He then spent two seasons as the defensive coordinator of the Chicago Bears before coaching in college at Alabama and Georgia. He is currently the defensive coordinator at Georgia.
Record with Jaguars: 2-14
Notable accomplishments here: Not many. Mularkey was fired by general manager Dave Caldwell after one season.
Since: Mularkey was hired by the Tennessee Titans to coach tight ends beginning in the 2014 season. When Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt was fired midway through the 2015 season, Mularkey was promoted to interim coach. He had the interim tag removed prior to the 2016 season. The Titans were 8-6 at the time of Bradley’s firing.
Record with Jaguars: 14-48
Notable accomplishments here: There are few to speak of.
Since: Bradley had a successful past as an assistant coach in the NFL and will likely return to that type of role after being fired by the Jaguars on Sunday after the team lost its ninth straight game, which set a franchise record for one season. The Jaguars have two games remaining in the season.
The Jaguars will be looking for the sixth (fifth full-time) coach in franchise history after firing Gus Bradley on Sunday following the team's ninth straight loss.
Here is a look at the franchise's former coaches — their noteworthy accomplishments with the Jaguars and what they have done since leaving the team.
Photos by Associated Press
Summaries by Times-Union reporter Phillip Heilman