The Jaguars fired former head coach Urban Meyer early Thursday morning after a tumultuous few months. It seems just like the franchise will reportedly be trying to reduce ties with him financially as properly—instantly.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington reported Saturday morning that Meyer was fired “for trigger,” which means the Jaguars wouldn’t be on the hook for what he is owed on the remaining 4 years of his contract.
After all, that does not imply Meyer will simply settle for Jacksonville’s choice. He might select to acquire a lawyer and attempt to resolve the scenario in a special method.
On Friday night time, staff proprietor Shad Khan’s consultant issued an announcement denying that the staff had made its choice to fireside Meyer because of a Wednesday report from the Tampa Bay Times on Meyer allegedly kicking former Jaguars kicker Josh Lambo. The consultant stated the staff determined to fireside Meyer final Sunday, not Wednesday.
Meyer’s future in teaching can be a scorching subject within the coming months. Whereas he’s considered one of many biggest school soccer coaches of his technology, a variety of off-the-field incidents have now tarnished his legacy.