Myslinski Remains A Jaguar

Tom Myslinski, who played four seasons for Tennessee and nine in the NFL has been retained by new Jacksonville Jaguar Head Coach Gus Bradley as announced Monday.

Myslinski was an offensive guard for the Vols from 1988-91 before being drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the fourth round of the 1992 draft.

The VFL spent his nine seasons with the Washington Redskins (92), Buffalo Bills (93), Chicago Bears (93-94), Jaguars (95-96), Pittsburgh Steelers (97, 00-02), Indianapolis Colts (98), and Cowboys (99).

After retiring from the league, Myslinski spent three seasons with the Cleveland Browns (2007-09) followed by a season at the University of Memphis (2010 and a season at the University of North Carolina (2011) as a strength coach before being hired by Jacksonville on January 27, 2012. He also spent two seasons (2005-06) as head strength and conditioning coach at Robert Morris.

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