Team owner Shad Khan made the move hours after former Jaguars player Josh Lambo told a Florida newspaper Meyer kicked him during practice in August.

Urban Meyer’s tumultuous NFL tenure ended after just 13 games — and two victories — when the Jacksonville Jaguars fired him early Thursday because of an accumulation of missteps.

Owner Shad Khan made the move hours after former Jaguars player Josh Lambo told a Florida newspaper Meyer kicked him during practice in August. It was the latest black eye — adding to an already lengthy list of embarrassments — for the three-time national championship-winning college coach who failed miserably to make the transition to the NFL.

He reportedly blamed everyone but himself for the incessant losing … including assistant coaches and players.

But, play on the field might’ve actually been the highlight for Meyer … ’cause off the field, he suffered through several controversies.

Back in October, after his teams 4th loss (in 4 games), the coach stayed in Ohio while his team flew back to Florida … and was caught cozying up to women in a bar.

Meyers — who is married — apologized for his actions … and reportedly, at the moment at least, got support from the front office and players.

“After deliberation over many weeks and a thorough analysis of the entirety of Urban’s tenure with our team, I am bitterly disappointed to arrive at the conclusion that an immediate change is imperative for everyone,” Khan said in a statement. “I informed Urban of the change this evening. As I stated in October, regaining our trust and respect was essential. Regrettably, it did not happen.”

Of course, Khan’s referring to the Ohio bar incident.

As for what’s next for 3x National Championship winning coach … we know where he won’t be — an NFL sideline.


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