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Doug Marrone | OT

Team: Jacksonville Jaguars
Age / DOB:  (51) / 7/25/1964
Ht / Wt:  6'5' / 269

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Jaguars hired Doug Marrone as "assistant head coach -- offensive line."
Marrone opted out of his Bills contract presumably thinking he'd get a new head-coaching gig, or at least a coordinator job. Instead, he settles for o-line duties where he'll fill in for George Yarno, who remains on a leave of absence for cancer treatments. The shred of good news for Marrone is that he'll still collect $4M from the Bills this season on top of his Jags salary. Jan 20 - 11:58 AM

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CBS' Jason La Canfora expects ex-Bills coach Doug Marrone to be a candidate for the Ravens' offensive-coordinator vacancy.

Ex-Broncos OC Adam Gase has also been connected to the Ravens, who must replace Gary Kubiak after he was hired as the Broncos' head coach. Marrone, who opted out of his Bills contract, has gone from looking like he'd get another head job with ease to potentially ending up as a position coach. His reputation appears to be in tatters in league circles.
Jan 19 - 1:46 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Doug Marrone has canceled his head-coaching interview with the Broncos.

He's the second candidate to cancel in one day, joining Lions DC Teryl Austin. The smoke that Gary Kubiak is poised to replace John Fox could become fire before too long.
Jan 16 - 3:31 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Broncos will interview Doug Marrone for their head-coaching vacancy on Saturday.

Ravens OC Gary Kubiak will interview for the Denver job on Sunday. Kubiak is the heavy favorite. GM John Elway is covering all the bases and may as well touch base with Marrone, who opted out of his contract with the Bills on New Year's Eve. He's since interviewed for the Jets, Falcons, and Bears' vacancies, but was never seriously in play for any of those jobs.
Jan 16 - 11:51 AM

The Jaguars interviewed ex-Bills coach Doug Marrone for their offensive-coordinator vacancy on Wednesday.

It's appearing less likely that Marrone is going to get another head-coaching gig this offseason, so he's making the rounds for other positions. There's also a possibility Marrone was interviewing for the Jaguars' OL coach job, as incumbent George Yarno missed the 2014 season with cancer. Marrone has an extensive OL and TEs coaching background and was the Saints' OC from 2006-2008.
Jan 14 - 3:28 PM

The Bears interviewed ex-Bills coach Doug Marrone and Lions OC Teryl Austin for their head-coaching vacancy on Tuesday.

It's Marrone's second-known interview since he bombed his talk with the Jets, but he's also been linked to the Falcons. John Fox is considered the man to beat in Chicago.
Jan 13 - 7:45 PM

The Chicago Tribune expects the Bears to "vet" coaching candidates Doug Marrone and Teryl Austin even as John Fox emerges as the favorite to replace Marc Trestman.

Austin has been formally linked to Chicago, but Marrone has not. Marrone's perceived stock has tumbled since he bombed his Jets interview. It appears Marrone's ego could keep him out of the NFL head-coaching ranks for 2015.
Jan 13 - 5:18 PM

ESPN Chris Mortensen reports Doug Marrone will have an offer to join the Texans as a consultant if he is unable to land a head coaching gig.

Marrone was viewed as the heavy favorite for the Jets' head coaching job after he opted out of his Bills contract, but with New York turning its attention to Seahawks DC Dan Quinn, Marrone could be out of luck. Marrone has close ties to Texans coach Bill O'Brien.
Jan 10 - 11:54 AM

According to the New York Post, it "seems unlikely" that Doug Marrone will become the Jets' head coach.

Marrone was viewed as the favorite early in the Jets' search, but reportedly had a suspect interview and has fallen out of the picture. Marrone, in fact, no longer sounds like a serious candidate to land a head-coaching job at all after media members widely praised him for opting out of his Bills contract in an attempt to "double dip." That decision may now backfire on him.
Jan 10 - 8:58 AM

CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports Doug Marrone's head-coaching interview with the Jets over the weekend "did not go well."

Marrone was being talked about as a shoo-in for the Jets' job after he opted out of his contract with the Bills, but it sounds like the head of "St. Doug" may be growing too big for his own good. Per La Canfora, Seahawks DC Dan Quinn is now "well positioned" to land the head-coaching gig with Gang Green. Marrone has also drawn interest from the Bears and Falcons in recent days.
Jan 5 - 7:24 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Falcons will interview ex-Bills coach Doug Marrone for their head-coaching vacancy on Monday.

The Bears have also reached out to Marrone. The 50-year-old interviewed with the Jets on Saturday, and is viewed as the overwhelming favorite for that job. He could use other teams as leverage. Marrone could have a new job this week.
Jan 4 - 11:19 AM

"Several sources" tell CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora the Jets will likely be the first team to name a new head coach this week.

The Jets satisfied the Rooney Rule when they interviewed RBs coach Anthony Lynn, so they can hire immediately. As La Canfora notes, the Jets' GM search is "littered" with candidates who have ties to Doug Marrone, hinting Marrone will be owner Woody Johnson's head-coaching selection. Texans exec Mike Maccagnan is regarded as the favorite to replace John Idzik as Jets GM.
Source: CBS Sports
Jan 4 - 9:17 AM

The Jets are interviewing former Bills head coach Doug Marrone on Saturday.

Marrone was almost immediately linked to the Jets after opting out of his contract with Buffalo on Wednesday. A Bronx native, Marrone coached the Jets' offensive line from 2002-05 under Herm Edwards. Marrone was 15-17 in two seasons as the head coach of the Bills.
Jan 3 - 11:19 AM

Sources tell ESPN New York that the Jets have strong interest in Doug Marrone for their head coaching vacancy.

Marrone stunningly opted out of his contract with the Bills Wednesday evening, making him a coaching free agent. He's a Bronx native and was the Jets' offensive line coach from 2002-05 under Herm Edwards. "That's pretty good news," owner Woody Johnson told the Daily News when informed of Marrone's decision. Marrone went 15-17 in two seasons at the head of the Bills, failing to reach the playoffs. He was saddled by a hole at quarterback, much like the one he'd face if he does take the Jets job.
Jan 1 - 9:35 AM

Bills coach Doug Marrone has opted out of his contract.

He's now available to interview with any team. The Bills' ownership change triggered a three-day opt-out clause in Marrone's contract. Marrone led Buffalo to a 9-7 record this season, but clashed with the front office, especially about the team's quarterback situation. His in-game coaching decisions and conservative approach came under scrutiny. The Jets are known to have "strong interest" in Marrone to replace Rex Ryan, while Chargers OC Frank Reich is expected to be among Buffalo's top head-coaching candidates. Despite the opt-out, Marrone will collect $4 million from the Bills in 2015, in addition to whatever salary his new team gives him.
Wed, Dec 31, 2014 06:10:00 PM

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