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Doug Marrone is a football coach in the National Football League (NFL) working as the head coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars. He held this position since 2017. Before moving into this role on the Jaguars he held three other positions with the team. His previous position was as the team's assistant head coach-offense/interim head coach/offensive line coach for one season. He began his stint with the Jaguars in 2015 as the assistant head coach-offense/offensive line coach. During his career he was a head coach for four seasons. His first head coaching opportunity came with the Buffalo Bills. He led the team for two seasons, compiling a record of 15-17-0. His next head coaching stint came with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He coached the Jaguars from 2017 to 2018, leading the team to a 15-17-0 record during his two seasons as head coach. During the 2008 season as the offensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints he coached Drew Brees to the AP Offensive Player of the Year.
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Marrone played college football at Syracuse University from 1982-85 as an offensive lineman. During his time as a player, he earned AP All-East First Team honors twice (’83, ’85) and Second team once (’84).
After college, he would be drafted by the Los Angeles Raiders in the 6th round, but would never play for them. After sitting out one season, Marrone would play for the Miami Dolphins in 1987 and the New Orleans Saints in 1989. He would also play in the NFL Europe for the London Monarchs in 1991-92.
After his playing career ended, Marrone started his coaching career at SUNY-Cortland in 1992 coaching Tight Ends. The next two seasons were spent coaching offensive linemen for U.S. Coast Guard Academy (’93) and at Northwestern University (’94). In 1995, Marrone would settle at Georgia Tech for three seasons. Georgia Tech was coached by George O’Leary. O’Leary was the D-Line coach at Syracuse during Marrone’s time in college. During his time at Georgia Tech, the Yellow Jackets would start the current 16-year Bowl streak that is the longest in school history. He would coach two more years in college, ’00 at Georgia and ’01 at Tennessee, before jumping to the NFL.
In 2002, Marrone would join the New York Jets as their Offensive Line coach under Herman Edwards. The Jets experienced modest success during his tenure. The Jets won the division in 2002 and the wildcard in 2004, making it to the second round each time. Also, Curtis Martin, the Jets’ starting running back, won the rushing title in 2004 with Marrone’s offensive line leading the way. In 2006, Marrone would join Sean Payton with the New Orleans Saints as the Offensive Coordinator. During the offseason, the Saints would also bring in Drew Brees, Reggie Bush, and Marques Colston. These moves would retool the offense for many years to come. The team responded right away to these moves with a 10-6 season and winning the NFC South. The offense would set club records and lead the NFL in total yards. The explosive offense would continue, as the Saints would have one of the top offenses for the rest of his tenure.
Return to Syracuse
In 2009, Marrone would return to his Alma mater as head coach to turn around a program that had been struggling in recent years. Syracuse had gone 26-57 in the previous 7 seasons, without a single winning season and only one bowl appearance (2004). During Marrone’s four seasons at Syracuse, the Orange would go 25-25 with two victories in the Pinstripe Bowl. They would also post two winning seasons (2010, 2012).
After the 2012 Pinstripe Bowl, Marrone left Syracuse to take the vacant coaching position with the Buffalo Bills. During his two seasons with the Bills, they failed to make the playoffs. After the 2014 season, Marrone opted out of his contract with the Bills on the grounds that if there was an ownership change, he could leave the team.
In January, Marrone was hired as the assistant head coach for offense and offensive line coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
|2018 Jacksonville Jaguars||Head Coach||5-11-0||0-0|
|2017 Jacksonville Jaguars||Head Coach||10-6-0||2-1|
|2016 Jacksonville Jaguars||Assistant Head Coach-Offense / Offensive Line Coach / Interim Head Coach||3-13-0||0-0|
|2015 Jacksonville Jaguars||Assistant Head Coach-Offense / Offensive Line Coach||5-11-0||0-0|
|2014 Buffalo Bills||Head Coach||9-7-0||0-0|
|2013 Buffalo Bills||Head Coach||6-10-0||0-0|
|2008 New Orleans Saints||Offensive Coordinator||8-8-0||0-0|
|2007 New Orleans Saints||Offensive Coordinator||7-9-0||0-0|
|2006 New Orleans Saints||Offensive Coordinator||10-6-0||1-1|
|2005 New York Jets||Offensive Line Coach||4-12-0||0-0|
|2004 New York Jets||Offensive Line Coach||10-6-0||1-1|
|2003 New York Jets||Offensive Line Coach||6-10-0||0-0|
|2002 New York Jets||Offensive Line Coach||9-7-0||1-1|
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