Former Eagles head coach Doug Pederson to interview for Jaguars vacancy

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  • Indianapolis Colts
    Indianapolis Colts
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  • Doug Pederson
    American football player and coach
  • Urban Meyer
    Urban Meyer
    College football coach
  • Byron Leftwich
    Byron Leftwich
    American football player
  • Carson Wentz
    Carson Wentz
    American football quarterback
  • Kellen Moore
    American football player and coach
  • Todd Bowles
    Todd Bowles
    American football player and coach

Doug Pederson is preparing a return to the NFL, and the Jaguars will officially become his first interview.

NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero is reporting that Pederson is among 5 notable names to get initial interviews after Urban Meyer was fired two weeks ago.

A former NFL quarterback with the perfect demeanor to complement Trevor Lawrence, Pederson led the Eagles to the franchise’s first Super Bowl title in 2017 with Nick Foles as the backup to an injured Carson Wentz.

In five seasons here with Philadelphia, Pederson logged an overall 42-37 record with three playoff appearances, but he was fired following a 4-11-1 season in 2020, followed by Carson Wentz’s eventual trade to the Colts.

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