Jaguars announce 2021 personnel staff

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The Jacksonville Jaguars’ personnel staff has been finalized. The team made their staff for the 2021 season official Thursday, which included the hiring of Regis Eller as Director of Pro Scouting, Tom McConnaughey and John Stevenson as national scouts, and Dave McCloughan as a college scout.

With those four joining the organization, the Jags’ personnel group is as follows:

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Eller was last with the Los Angeles Chargers as an assistant director of pro scouting, a role he held for six years.

McConnaughey was in Los Angeles with Eller holding a national scout role. Inside the League’s Neil Stratton reported this news six days ago as McConnaughey had been with the Chargers for 24 years.

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Stevenson, a former player for the Giants, joins the Jags after time with the San Francisco 49ers. He worked under Jags current general manager Trent Baalke while with the 49ers and the two have decided to reunite. He was a regional scout with San Francisco before leaving and also was a scouting assistant prior. Stratton also reported his departure back in May.

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McCloughan is a name many will recognize because he’s from a family who has been heavily involved with the NFL scouting community. He’s the brother of former 49ers and Washington Football Team general manager Scot McCloughan. The last team he was with was the Raiders back in 2019.

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