Jaguars Plan To Interview Former Browns GM Ray Farmer

     

According to Tom Pelissero, the Jaguars plan to interview former Browns GM Ray Farmer regarding their general manager vacancy. 

The full list of candidates Jacksonville has expressed interest in for GM include: 

  • ESPN analyst Louis Riddick (Interview scheduled)
  • Jaguars interim GM Trent Baalke (Interview scheduled)
  • Former Texans GM Rick Smith (Interview scheduled)
  • Former Giants GM Jerry Reese (Interviewed)
  • Saints VP/assistant GM-pro personnel Terry Fontenot (Requested)
  • Former Brown GM Ray Farmer (Interview scheduled)

Farmer, 46, began his career as a scout for the Falcons from 2002-2005 before becoming the Chiefs’ director of pro personnel until 2012. 

The Browns hired him as their assistant general manager in 2013 and he was promoted to their official GM position for the next two years. 

His time in Cleveland was highlighted by him being suspended four games and fined after admitting to texting down to the sidelines in the middle of a game during the 2015 season. 

Farmer was fired by the Browns in January of 2016. He finished with a record of 10-22 in his two years in Cleveland. 

We’ll have more on the Jaguars GM search as the news is available.

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