Jacksonville Jaguars strength coach Chris Doyle quits

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Jacksonville Jaguars strength coach Chris Doyle quits after just ONE DAY following backlash from activists over claims he told black player at Iowa ‘to go back to the ghetto’
On Thursday, the Jacksonville Jaguars announced new coach Urban Meyer’s staff, which included former Iowa strength and conditioning coach Chris Doyle
Doyle left Iowa in June after signing a separation agreement amid accusations of racial bias and bullying against team players. He received a $1.1million severance
On Friday the team announced that Doyle had resigned, amid widespread concern at his inclusion among the coaching staff
In 2018, Meyer was in another scandal involving an assistant of his at Ohio State
Meyer was accused of protecting assistant Zach Smith following two separate domestic violence incidents, which Smith’s ex-wife said Meyer knew about
Meyer did fire Smith in 2018 after another incident. Smith denies the claims

The Jacksonville Jaguars’ strength coach has left the team after just one day with the side after accusations of racist behavior at his previous team.

Chris Doyle, 52, was hired by the Florida-based NFL team on Thursday.

On Friday he resigned amid an outcry over his appointment.

Coach Urban Meyer, 56, said Doyle – a long-time friend who he vouched for on Thursday – resigned, and he had accepted.

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