Jacksonville Jaguars coach Urban Meyer is still feeling the heat in a viral video last week of another woman dancing to his lap at the Ohio Bar just days after Cincinnati lost to the Bengals on Thursday night.
The mayor’s appearance in the video immediately raised eyebrows. He’s on fire not only for being around a woman who isn’t his wife, but for not returning to Jacksonville with his team after the defeat. The coach was selected to return to Columbus to see some of his family.
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When Jaguars owner Shad Khan made a scathing statement on the matter and the mayor apologized for the incident, Pro Football Talk reported on Sunday that “the situation is far from over”.
The report speculated that the mayor’s future as head coach could depend on whether he made a statement to general manager Trent Ball about his advance to Ohio. Pro Football Talk reported that players and staff were unaware that Meyer was not returning home until he returned home on a plane trip.
Other scenes that may cost the mayor his job are other scenes that lead to bar incidents. Among the allegations of racist remarks, the mayor hired former Iowa coach Chris Doyle, alleging that he was considering ticker conditions when making roster cut decisions and losing the first four matches of the season.
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The mayor issued a statement apologizing for his actions but on Tuesday evening he spoke on a radio show and revealed that the conversation with the group had been “terrible.”
“This team is owned by the players,” Meyer said of Sunday’s game via Pro Football Talk. “I don’t believe it’s in my court. … The team leaders are going to make that decision. It depends on how much trust you’ve built with them, how we build everything this week and focus on winning it. The game.”
He continued, “I’m going to be as clear as I can. Our staff are closing their tails. But you also know that the players own this team.”
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Winning could be all right, but it’s not clear if five wins a week against the Tennessee Titans will help secure his job.
Paulina Dedaj of Fox News contributed to this report.