Jaguars reportedly interview Tom Coughlin for head coaching vacancy

The Jacksonville Jaguars are just over a week removed from the firing of head coach Gus Bradley, but their search for his replacement has already begun. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, former Giants and Jaguars head coach Tom Coughlin will interview for the vacancy Wednesday.

Coughlin, 70, has been out of coaching this year after his split with the Giants last season. He went 102-90 as New York’s head coach, reaching the postseason five times in 12 years. Prior to joining the Giants, though, Coughlin was the head coach of the Jaguars.

He spent eight years at the helm in Jacksonville, going 68-60 with four postseason appearances. He’s an obvious candidate for the job, and it’s no surprise to hear he was the Jaguars’ first call.