Jaguars Coaching Search: Jacksonville Will Interview Bill O'Brien, Mike McCoy

The Jacksonville Jaguars will reportedly interview two offensive coordinators as their coaching search continues. One will be New England Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien. He has been with the Patriots since 2007 and has also recently been linked to the open Penn State position. Adam Schefter of ESPN first reported the Jags' interest in O'Brien.

Via @AdamSchefter:

Jaguars requested and received permission to interview Patriots OC Bill O'Brien, who still is squarely on Penn St.'s radar.

The second interview, according to reports, will be with Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy. He has been with the Broncos since 2009, and would be the fifth offensive coordinator that the Jags have lined up for an interview. They are clearly targeting a coach to work with young quarterback Blaine Gabbert.

We'll have more updates on this search as it continues, but for more on all things Jaguars football, head over to Big Cat Country.

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