Jaguars Owner Says He Will Not Fire Head Coach Gus Bradley

Phil Ellsworth / ESPN Images(JACKSONVILLE, Fla.) — The Jacksonville Jaguars aren’t making any big changes just yet. Team owner Shad Khan said after Thursday’s primetime loss to the Tennessee Titans that Gus Bradley will remain the team’s head coach.

However, a change could be coming soon if the Jaguars don’t improve their play. The team enters the weekend in last place in the AFC South, and they are headed towards another losing season despite high expectations entering 2016.

Quarterback Blake Bortles has not had the year many were anticipating, and the team has committed a number of penalties that have cost them early in games.

In 2012, Bradley was hired away from the Seattle Seahawks coaching staff and was tasked with turning Jacksonville’s franchise around. Through just about three and a half seasons, Bradley’s done everything but, coaching the Jaguars to a 14-41 record overall.

The loss to Tennessee marks what seems to be the lowest point in Bradley’s tenure with the Jaguars. Khan spoke with the players just three days prior to the game to ask why the team wasn’t winning games and if he could do anything to help.

Bradley said after the team’s loss he’s not worried about his job. He’s just concerned with getting the Jaguars to play better football.

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