According to Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, new Jaguars Executive VP of Football Operations Tom Coughlin is expected to have the "final say on everything."
Jaguars hired Tom Coughlin as Executive VP of Football Operations.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports ex-Giants coach Tom Coughlin is interviewing for the Jaguars' head-coaching vacancy on Wednesday.
Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reports the "top candidates" for the Bills' head-coaching vacancy are Tom Coughlin, Lions DC Teryl Austin and in-house OC Anthony Lynn.
Yahoo's Charles Robinson reports the Jaguars could hire Tom Coughlin as a team executive if they don't pursue him as a head coach.
Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell admits the team is "interested" in ex-Giants coach Tom Coughlin as it begins its coaching search.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports the Jaguars are interested in reuniting with Tom Coughlin.
Tom Coughlin's agent denied a report that his client met with Bills owners Kim and Terry Pegula.
MMQB's Peter King said Tom Coughlin "sounded very much like he’d like to coach next year."
Tom Coughlin said he is not planning on taking a job with the Giants.
Former Giants coach Tom Coughlin admits the team forced him into his "resignation" after the season.
In a television interview, Tom Coughlin reiterated he is not retired.
Giants co-owner John Mara said he plans to talk with Tom Coughlin about a position with the organization.
The New York Daily News' Gary Myers reports Tom Coughlin could have had the Eagles' job, but withdrew because "the core of his staff is under contract (in New York) and staying with Ben McAdoo."