While he presumably waits for San Francisco offensive coordinator Greg Roman to become available, Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell's search for a new head coach moved toward other coordinators on Tuesday.

Caldwell conducted interviews with offensive coordinators Brian Schottenheimer of St. Louis and Jay Gruden of Cincinnati, and per an ESPN report, he contacted both of Seattle's coordinators — Gus Bradley (defense) and Darrell Bevell (offense).

Bradley is reportedly interviewing Wednesday. He would be the fourth candidate to meet with Caldwell.

Although Roman was linked to San Diego earlier in the search process, it's as if NFL teams are resigned to the fact he's headed to Jacksonville to work for/with Caldwell, his John Carroll University roommate.

Barring a shocking development, the Jaguars are unlikely to have a head coach in place when the scouting staff departs Sunday for the Senior Bowl Week practices in Mobile, Ala.

Just like owner Shad Khan's general manager search that ended with a first-time hire in Caldwell, a candidate with head-coaching experience has yet to emerge.

Off the market is Denver offensive coordinator Mike McCoy.

After meeting with San Diego on Monday, he canceled a scheduled interview with Arizona, correctly figuring the Chargers with Phillip Rivers in the AFC West is a better situation than the Cardinals and who knows at quarterback in the ultra-competitive NFC West.

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