Jaguars executive Harris resigns
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA (TICKER) —With one game remaining in their disappointing season, the Jacksonville Jaguars
on Tuesday shook up their front office.
James Harris resigned as the team’s vice president of player personnel, a position he held since 2003.
The move is effective at the conclusion of the season. Harris, one of the first black quarterbacks to be drafted into the NFL, will be replaced by Gene Smith.