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The Jacksonville Jaguars announced on Tuesday the firing of offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch.

By SI Wire
December 30, 2014

The Jacksonville Jaguars announced on Tuesday that they have fired offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch.

The Jaguars (3-13) finished the season 31st in total offense (289.6 yards per game) and 32nd in scoring (15.6 points per game). The offense frequently featured five rookies, including quarterback Blake Bortles, the third overall pick. Bortles started 13 games and appeared in 14, completing 58.9 percent of his passes for 2,908 yards, 11 touchdowns and 17 interceptions.

Fisch spent the last two seasons as the Jaguars' offensive coordinator. In 2013, Jacksonville also finished 31st in total offense and 32nd in scoring.

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Before coming to the Jaguars, Fisch spent 2011-12 as the Miami Hurricanes' offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, and 2010 as the Seattle Seahawks' quarterbacks coach.

Head coach Gus Bradley just concluded his second season with the Jaguars, following up the team's 4-12 record in 2013 with this season's 3-13 record.

According to the Associated Press, Bradley could look to close friend Marc Trestman to replace Fisch. Trestman was fired as the head coach of the Chicago Bears on Monday.

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