Urban Meyer doesn’t want to spend too much time re-living his brief tenure as head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Meyer, a three-time national championship coach in the college ranks, was fired following a 2-11 start that included poor on-field play along with off-field incidents and reports of in-house turbulence.
The reports stemming from Meyer’s time in Jacksonville included him allegedly not knowing several star players from other teams that included three-time Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald. Meyer recently dismissed the notion that he was unfamiliar with the Rams’ star defensive tackle.
“Someone told me that,” Meyer said of the report during an appearance on The Tim May Podcast. “I’ve heard silly things in my life. You shouldn’t even address things like that, it’s so silly.”
Meyer, 57, said he is currently “into some great stuff” that includes more time with his grandchildren. He also said he plans to return to broadcasting, which is what he did between his time at Ohio State and Jacksonville.
“I really enjoyed it,” Meyer said of his previous work as a college football studio analyst. “I plan on being back in the fall doing something like that.”
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