Jaguars’ Gus Bradley heads to Senior Bowl still in search of offensive coordinator

Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley has interviewed seven people for the open offensive coordinator position.

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The Jacksonville Jaguars might be evaluating more than players at the Senior Bowl.

Coach Gus Bradley and his staff took a charter bus to Mobile, Alabama, on Monday to coach the South team in the college all-star game. Bradley also could end up hiring an offensive coordinator during the weeklong event.

Bradley already interviewed seven candidates for the job, which opened when Jedd Fisch was fired two days after the regular season ended.

Bradley interviewed Minnesota running backs coach Kirby Wilson on Jan. 8, followed by San Francisco offensive coordinator Greg Roman (Jan. 10), former Buffalo head coach Doug Marrone (Wednesday), Oakland offensive coordinator Greg Olson (Thursday), former Buffalo offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett (Friday), Jets running backs coach Anthony Lynn (Saturday) and former Denver offensive coordinator Adam Gase (Sunday).