The Jacksonville Jaguars have reportedly told head coach Doug Marrone he will be relieved of his duties after the final game of the regular season, reports ESPN's Dianna Russini.
Marrone took over as interim head coach in December of 2016 and has held the position since. He was at the head of Jacksonville's most successful season in over a decade when he led the team to the AFC Championship Game in 2017 and came very close to toppling the Patriots in Foxborough. The last two years have been intensely disappointing, however, leading to his dismissal. Marrone has gone 21-28 to this point as head coach in Jacksonville.
The Jaguars sit at 5-10 and are adrift without a clear direction forward. Nick Foles is under contract for big money over the next three years, and while Gardner Minshew has been a fun surprise, his ceiling remains undetermined. The Jags have cleaned house with Marrone and Tom Coughlin, and will look for someone to lead them into a new era.
UPDATE: The Jaguars have refuted this report in an official statement provided to Ian Rapoport.