Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley will interview for the head coaching vacancy with the Jacksonville Jaguars, per Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Bradley had met with the Philadelphia Eagles and it looked as if he might be the frontrunner to fill the vacancy, but today he will at least listen to what the Jaguars have to say.
The Jaguars finished 2-14, but have cleaned out with new general manager David Caldwell calling the shots now.
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