Urban Mayor wants everyone to know they don’t want to be, at least not publicly recognized as a micromanager.
However, behind the scenes, Meyer has experienced several break-ins with players and coaches, which have led to tensions at the Jaguars facility for several months. NFL.comTom Paricello.
At least in the league world, there is speculation that Meyer’s time at Jacksonville could end at the end of this season.
However, according to sources, Jaguar owner Shadowverse is not considering changing the coaching at this time.
A second video surfaced in October that showed Meyer touching a woman’s back at a restaurant bar in Columbus, Ohio, with Khan saying in a statement that the head football coach’s behavior was unforgivable and that he had to regain his trust and respect. should be obtained from
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However, Jaguar remains a hit due to embarrassing losses and the public image attached to the franchise.
Earlier this week, Meyer publicly stated that if a player fails, he will be out of the game with few plays. It is then up to the position coach or coordinator to bring the player back at the stipulated time. However, Pericello pointed out that Meyer was the one who ordered James Robinson to return to the bench after a first-quarter mess with the Los Angeles Rams last week.
Asked repeatedly since the game whether Robinson had been benched for a sprain or a heel/knee injury, Meyer danced around the question for three days.
After the match, Meyer was asked to explain how Carlos Hyde’s running back backup would return to play on the next drive after the fumble, but Robinson avoided 20 plays and ran. In the back explained to director Bernie Parmeri.
On Wednesday, quarterback Trevor Lawrence felt the need to back Robinson. He said that he needs to be on the field for his second year as he is one of their best players.
As Pericello reports, tensions have peaked and Meyer has been at odds with players and coaches several times over the past few weeks. To quote sources, veteran wide receiver Marvin Jones was so outraged by public and private criticisms of Mayer’s receiver that he kept the facility until other staffers persuaded him to return. I left Jones also had a heated discussion with the mayor during the exercise.
Reportedly, Mayer announced at a staff meeting that the winner and his assistant were the losers, explained when each coach won and demanded that their resume be kept.