The Jaguars turned the clocks in the staff facility back to usual time Thursday, a day immediately after firing Tom Coughlin. Or up to typical time as it were being.
“I imagined I was late for meetings,” cornerback A.J. Bouye explained, via John Oehser of the team web site. “I search up and I had an extra 5 minutes, so I was good. That’s the only thing which is seriously altered. The strategy of the players and coaches are all even now the exact.”
On time for Coughlin famously was 5 minutes ahead of the true time. If players weren’t 5 minutes early, they had been late.
So, the clocks in the Jaguars’ locker space were established in advance 5 minutes considering the fact that Jacksonville employed Coughlin as government vice president of soccer functions. On Thursday, the clocks had been moved to the real time.
“I recognized the clocks. It threw me off the when I initial got below [this early morning],″ defensive tackle Abry Jones claimed, via John Reid of theJacksonville Occasions-Union. “I was late, but that is possibly the strongest adjustment we’re likely probably have to get to is resetting to five minu