Jaguars to interview Caldwell a third time

Arizona's Keim considered the other finalist in Jacksonville search. Terry McCormick

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have scheduled a third interview with Atlanta Falcons director of player personnel David Caldwell about their vacant general manager's position, according to Albert Breer of the NFL Network.

What exactly the Jaguars hope to learn from Caldwell in interview No. 3 that they didn't learn in interviews one and two is unknown.

But Caldwell and Arizona Cardinals vice president of player personnel Steve Keim are considered the finalists for the job in Jacksonville, says Breer.

Whoever gets the job will decide the fate of Coach Mike Mularkey, who on the surface would appear to be better off with Caldwell, given that Mularkey was with the Falcons prior to becoming Jacksonville's head coach.

However, Jaguars assistants were given permission late last week to begin looking for other jobs, certainly not a good sign for Mularkey.

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