VIDEO: Jacksonville Jaguars Fire Head Coach Gus Bradley After Nearly Four Seasons

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Bradley was 14-48 in 3+ Seasons

ABOVE VIDEO: The Jacksonville Jaguars have fired Gus Bradley, ending his tenure with the second-worst winning percentage of any NFL head coach who has coached at least 50 games.

(ESPN) – The Jacksonville Jaguars have fired Gus Bradley, ending his tenure with the second-worst winning percentage of any NFL head coach who has coached at least 50 games.

Owner Shad Khan made the move on Sunday, just hours after the Jaguars’ 21-20 loss at the Houston Texans dropped them to 2-12. Sunday’s loss was the Jaguars’ ninth in a row, which is the most in franchise history in a single season.

The team said Khan will have a statement shortly, and GM Dave Caldwell will have a news conference on Monday afternoon to announce an interim coach for the season’s final two games.

Bradley was 14-48 (.226) in three-plus seasons with the Jaguars. The only coach with a worse winning percentage is Bert Bell (.190), who also was the Philadelphia Eagles’ owner.

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