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Gus Bradley | DT

Team: Jacksonville Jaguars
Age / DOB:  (49) / 7/5/1966

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Jaguars owner Shad Khan said a winning record is "everybody’s reasonable expectation at this point."
Coach Gus Bradley was handed a one-year extension in January, but there is little doubt he will be out the door if the Jaguars suffer through another losing season. A former defensive coordinator, Bradley will need to improve a defense which has finished bottom 10 in total defense and points allowed in each of the last three seasons if he hopes to keep his job. Bradley fired former DC Bob Babich after the season and is expected to take on a bigger role on defense. Feb 1 - 10:09 AM
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Jaguars signed coach Gus Bradley to a one-year extension through 2017.

Just two weeks ago, GM Dave Gettleman said Bradley wouldn't be seeing an extension anytime in the immediate future. But we're not sure this is what he meant. Bradley is simply getting an extra year added to his deal to not make him feel like a lame-duck coach who's working on a one-year deal in 2016. It's still shaping up as a make-or-break year for Bradley. He needs to win more than 4-5 games after going 12-36 across his first three seasons.
Jan 22 - 9:34 AM

Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell said an extension for coach Gus Bradley isn't coming in the immediate future.

Bradley is entering the final year of his contract in 2016 and will be faced with a make-or-break year. He's fired his DC Bob Babich, and Caldwell suggested Bradley take over play-calling duties on defense. Defense is Bradley's background, and that's the side of the ball that failed the team in 2015, finishing 31st in points allowed. Bradley has a 12-36 record through three years.
Jan 6 - 10:09 AM

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley did not rule out taking on defensive play-calling duties next season.

"We’ll look at it as we put it all together and see," Bradley said. "I think the obligation is [to] do what’s best for this organization. That’s why I really want to gather all the information, see what’s best and go from there." The Jaguars defense has struggled under current DC Bob Babich, finishing in the bottom nine in total defense, points allowed and takeaways the last three seasons. Bradley made his name as a defensive coordinator in Seattle. In a make-or-break year, Bradley should at least consider taking on a primary role in the defense again.
Jan 5 - 11:32 AM

The Jaguars have confirmed coach Gus Bradley will return for a fourth season in 2016.

"It’s evident to see how far we’ve come in many aspects of our game, and Gus deserves a lot of credit for that progress," owner Shad Khan said in a statement. "It’s also evident the considerable work that remains to be done to be where we expect to be at this time next season, which is well above where we stand today." Bradley is just 12-35 in three seasons since replacing Mike Mularkey, but has seemingly made incremental progress. The Jags will be a candidate to take a leap in 2016. Bradley won't survive another 3-6 win season.
Tue, Dec 29, 2015 03:23:00 PM

CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora expects the NFL to move a team to London "within the next 10 years," and considers the Jaguars the most likely candidate.

Per La Canfora, "numerous well-connected NFL people have tabbed" the Jags the most likely franchise to hop across the pond. The league's apparent fixation with London makes sense from a dollars and cents standpoint, but not from a logistical one. Aside from the odious travel, there would be the matter of the currency exchange rate and growing a fanbase, among other things. The league won't be able to get by on the novelty factor forever. At some point, the NFL might be better off focusing on strengthening its core product than going down every last revenue stream rabbit hole.
Wed, Jun 5, 2013 06:21:00 PM

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell believes the Jaguars may start playing two games per year in London in the "near future."

Goodell also said that the league hopes to begin playing three annual games across the pond, and would eventually like to have a permanent team in England's ancient capital city. After listening to Goodell's remarks, the New York Post's Bart Hubbuch believes it "sounds like we’ll be watching the London Jaguars in 2020." Owner Shad Khan has been aggressive about growing the Jaguars' brand since buying the team from Wayne Weaver, so we certainly wouldn't rule it out. Putting a permanent team in the UK would be a logistical nightmare, however. We think the Jags belong in Jacksonville.
Tue, Jun 4, 2013 03:22:00 PM

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