Gus Bradley’s tenure as coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars is finally over. Following a 21-20 loss to the Houston Texans Sunday, owner Shad Khan pulled the trigger relieving Bradley of his coaching duties.
I thanked Gus Bradley today for his commitment to the Jacksonville Jaguars over the past four seasons. As anyone close to our team knows, Gus gave his staff and players literally everything he had. Our players competed for Gus and I know they have great respect for him, as do I.
Gus also represented the Jaguars, the Jacksonville community and the NFL in nothing less than a first-class manner as our head coach. That counts for a lot. It is unfortunately evident that we must make a change. I thought it would be best to do it immediately after today’s result so Gus can step away, relax and regroup with his family during the Christmas and holiday season.
Dave Caldwell agreed and will now be charged with exploring all options to hire the best head coach possible to lead what I feel is an extremely talented team and reward a very loyal and patient fan base in Jacksonville.
Bradley joined the Jaguars in 2013 and compiled a 14-48 record, a league worst among active coaches.