The Jacksonville Jaguars have reached an agreement with David Caldwell to become general manager of the team. A veteran of 17 years in the NFL, Caldwell spent the past five seasons with the Atlanta Falcons. Caldwell served the 2012 season as the Falcons director of player personnel.
“We got our man,” Jaguars Owner Shad Khan said. “I have a lot of faith in David Caldwell and I can assure our fans that the best days for the Jacksonville Jaguars are in front of us.”
Caldwell, 38, will be introduced by Khan at a news conference on Thursday at 4 pm at EverBank Field.
“I am thrilled to accept the offer to become the next general manager of the Jacksonville Jaguars,” Caldwell said. “There are no bad GM opportunities in the NFL, but to work on behalf of a dynamic owner in a rabid football city like Jacksonville is truly special. This is where I wanted to be and I could not be happier. I can’t wait to get to Jacksonville and get started.”
Source: Jacksonville Jaguars Media