JACKSONVILLE, FL - The Jacksonville Jaguars introduced Mike Mularkey as their new head coach on Wednesday.
It's Mularkey's first head coaching job since he abruptly resigned from coaching the Buffalo Bills back in January of 2006. "It was a difficult decision obviously, but I've never had any regrets," Mularkey told the Jacksonville media at his press conference. "Always felt it was the right thing to do.'
Mularkey quitjust after hefinished his second season as the Bills head coach. In two seasons he went 14-18 overall, but decided to leave the organization after team president Tom Donahoe was fired and Marv Levy was hired to replace him as the Bills general manager.
Mularkey didn't know if the decision to leave Buffalo would prevent him from getting another head coaching job in the NFL.
"My wife and I talked about it and said it's unbelievable that we're going to have a chance to interview for this[Jacksonville]position because we did the right thing back then, it's unbelievable that I got a chance again."