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NFL: Jack Del Rio Denies Trojan Talk

By Kristofor Molson     Jan 12, 2010 in Sports
With Pete Carroll heading to the Seattle Seahawks, the USC Trojans are looking to quickly fill their open coaching position.
Former University of Southern California linebacker Jack Del Rio denied that the Trojans' football program offered him any coaching position today. The Trojans are looking to replace Pete Carroll who is headed to the NFL to coach the Seattle Seahawks. According to an unattributed report in the Los Angeles Daily News it was said that USC presented a formal offer to the Jacksonville Jaguars' head coach.
Jack Del Rio denied all allegations that he was leaving a local television network, "All of those things are manufactured. The only thing I can tell you is I've been busy working on the Jaguars for 2010. We're busy at work, trying to build this thing strong."
Jack Del Rio is scheduled to meet with Jacksonville owner Wayne Weaver to discuss his future with the franchise on Tuesday. Del Rio still has three years worth about $15 million left on his contract and would be owed all of that money if he were fired.
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