Bill Carey
Wednesday January 16th, 2013

Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley will interview for the Jacksonville Jaguars head coaching position, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter on Twitter.


Bradley reportedly interviewed with the Eagles for nine hours on Tuesday. Reports that Philadelphia had settled on Bradley as its new coach were later contradicted.

Jacksonville, which recently hired Dave Caldwell as its new general manager, is still early in its coaching search. The Florida Times-Union reported that Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden interviewed with Caldwell on Tuesday. Rams offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer and Jaguars defensive coordinator Mel Tucker are also among the reported candidates.

Seattle offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and San Francisco offensive coordinator Greg Roman have also been linked to the position. Bradley has spent four years with the Seahawks. Seattle led the NFL in scoring defense this season, allowing only 15.3 points per game.

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