Bill Carey
Friday January 25th, 2013

DeWayne Walker is leaving New Mexico State for the Jacksonville Jaguars. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images Sport) DeWayne Walker is leaving New Mexico State for the Jacksonville Jaguars. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images Sport)

New Mexico State coach DeWayne Walker is leaving the school to become the secondary coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars, the school confirmed to the Las Cruces Sun-News.

Walker had four years remaining on his contract. He went 10-40 in his four years at New Mexico State, including 1-11 last season. All but one of the losses was by double figures. The Aggies lost five of their final six games by more than 30 points.

Walker has experience in the NFL. He was previously an assistant with the Patriots, Redskins and Giants. Jacksonville went 2-14 this season under Mike Mularkey, who was fired after the season. The team recently hired Gus Bradley as its new head coach.

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