The Jacksonville Jaguars workers is coming alongside properly and the addition of Brian Schottenheimer isn’t the one settlement that was reported Monday. In keeping with Jeremy Fowler of ESPN, the Jags additionally agreed to phrases with former Texas defensive coordinator Chris Ash, who will coach their secondary.
Jaguars have agreed to phrases with former Rutgers head coach Chris Ash to teach the secondary, per supply. Ash was a defensive coordinator for City Meyer at Ohio State, additionally former DC at Arkansas and most not too long ago Texas.
— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) February 2, 2021
Ash, 47, will probably be making his first cease within the NFL. Nonetheless, he is among the assistants on the Jags’ workers who has labored with Meyer as he served as Ohio State’s defensive backs coach from 2014-15. Afterward, he turned the top coach at Rugters from 2016-19 after which discovered his technique to Texas the place he was a defensive coordinator final season.
Earlier than becoming a member of Meyer at Ohio, Ash additionally made stops with a wide range of different schools as a defensive assistant like Wisconsin, Arkansas, and Iowa State.
Ash will work underneath Jags defensive coordinator Joe Cullen throughout his rookie season within the NFL. A number of the notables he’ll work with consists of C.J. Henderson, Jarrod Wilson, Josiah Scott, and Chris Claybrooks.