Urban Meyer is out of control.
The first-year Jacksonville Jaguars head coach is running a 2-11 operation, just got shutout by the Tennessee Titans, and has done nothing to develop Trevor Lawrence in the quarterback’s rookie season.
But for some reason, the on-field results aren’t the main reason why the coach may get fired.
By now, NFL fans all know about how Meyer was seen getting danced on by a young woman at an Ohio bar after a loss earlier this year.
Him not flying back with the team, which is bizarre, was buried in that story.
Next up came Meyer finally getting his first win and seemingly steadying the ship.
But a 2-11 record leads to problems and reports have been flying out about Meyer being an awful person to work with.
That is continuing Wednesday after a report surfaced featuring a quote from former Jaguars kicker Josh Lambo.
— Jonathan Jones (@jjones9) December 15, 2021
Lambo was stretching during the preseason when his head coach came up and kicked him in the leg.
He also cussed him out.
In what workplace is that acceptable?
Piling On Meyer
Some Meyer defenders may say people are just ganging up on him now.
But there is nothing wrong with revealing the truth.
Are the #Jaguars going to move on from Urban Meyer?@AlbertBreer told us it was "TBD" based on what he was hearing at the owners' meeting Wednesday but that was before the latest news of Meyer kicking Josh Lambo during the preseason:#NFL pic.twitter.com/uMgLeS0SsI
— Rich Eisen Show (@RichEisenShow) December 15, 2021
Kicking a player, or striking them in any way, should be unheard of at the NFL level.
And this reportedly came back during the preseason when the team still had hope of success.
The Jaguars’ record proves Meyer is having a tough adjustment to the NFL.
His team truly never stood a chance if he showed up without any NFL experience and was kicking players during stretches.
At some point ownership has to say enough is enough because players aren’t going to sign up to play for Meyer if he is in the news every single week.NEXT: Jaguars Owner Trying To Keep Faith In Urban Meyer