He hired Dave Caldwell as his new general manager. Caldwell and Khan agreed to make Gus Bradley the new head coach. The trio agreed to a four year plan to rebuild Jacksonville into a competitive playoff team.
In year one, the Jaguars finished with a record of 4-12. Quarterback Chad Henne, running back Maurice Jones-Drew, and wide receiver Cecil Shorts III were his offensive firepower. Paul Posluszny led the defense in tackles.
The Blake Bortles era began in year two. The NFL draft brought Bortles, Marquise Lee, Allen Robinson and Brandon Linder to the Jaguar offense. Aaron Colvin and Telvin Smith were drafted to begin re-building the defense.
Last year, the Jaguars finished 5-11 and it appeared the plan was working. Bortles set new franchise passing records. The draft added more young talent.
Currently the Jaguars are 2-10 with four games left to play. Bortles is not the same player that he was last year. Most noteworthy, key injuries are one of many reasons why the Jaguars are losing.
Three Reasons Why Bradley Might Be Back
First, reporters asked Caldwell about winning in 2016 and expectations,