Two days after some had reported he would be the new coach of the Eagles, Gus Bradley has landed in Jacksonville, where he will replace
Mark Mike Mularkey, who had spent just one year with the Jags after he took over for current Broncos DC Jack Del Rio.
Bradley began his NFL coaching career in 2006 as an assistant with Tampa Bay, where he stayed for three years before taking the Seahawks DC job in 2009.
It's been a whirlwind week for coaching hires, with San Diego hiring Mike McCoy away from Denver, Marc Trestman heading south to Chicago, Chip Kelly spurning Oregon for Philly, and now the Bradley hiring.
Eight head coaching positions had opened after the conclusion of the regular season, and now only the Cardinals job remains unfilled. Arizona has interviewed their own DC Ray Horton, Indy OC Bruce Arians, Seattle OC Darrell Bevell, their own former OC and current Steelers OC Handshake Haley, and Bengals OC Jay Gruden.