NFL insider Adam Schefter reports that the Jaguars have set their two finalists for their general manager vacancy. Jacksonville is reportedly down to Cardinals executive Steve Keim and Falcons executive Dave Caldwell.
The Jaguars had previously held an interview with the Giants exec Marc Ross yesterday, but it appears that the team has decided focus on Keim and Caldwell.
Keim has been part of the Cardinals for 14 years and has worked his way up through the organization starting as a regional scout, to his current position as vice president of player personnel.
Caldwell recently completed his first year as chief assistant to general manager Thomas Dimitroff after having spent the last four years as the director of college scouting before being promoted. According to reports, it is Caldwell who impressed Jaguars owner Shad Khan the most.
If Caldwell is hired, it is expected that both Falcons DC Mike Nolan and 49ers OC Greg Roman would be candidates to be the Jaguars head coach next season.