INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA – DECEMBER 05: Head coach Urban Meyer of the Jacksonville Jaguars looks on during the second half against the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium on December 05, 2021 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)
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A linebacker who once played for Urban Meyer doesn’t seem too shocked with the way Meyer’s NFL career appears to be going.
The whole experiment involving Urban Meyer and coaching in the NFL might be coming to an end. His time with the Jacksonville Jaguars has turned out to be a disaster as controversy and scandal appear to somehow continue to follow Meyer everywhere he goes.
Now, one former member of the Ohio State Buckeyes is speaking up on the matter, appearing to say that he isn’t all that shocked after it came out that Meyer reportedly kicked a player who missed a kick during the preseason.
In a tweet, Jerome Baker Jr., a linebacker for the Miami Dolphins who played for Meyer at Ohio State from 2015-17, said he was “not surprised.” Baker added, “KARMA is catching up
I’m not surprised… KARMA is catching up.
— Jerome Baker Jr. (@Lastname_Baker) December 16, 2021
Jacksonville Jaguars: Former Ohio State linebacker sounds off on Urban Meyer
Meyer’s time in Jacksonville has been a disaster.
From start to finish, it’s been nothing but losses and dysfunction. Now, with the season coming to a close and the Jaguars no better than they were prior to his arrival, it seems just about impossible that Meyer will continue to be the head coach in Jacksonville by the time this season is over.
With the number of controversies and the way Jacksonville doesn’t seem capable of winning any time soon, there’s no real reason for the Jaguars to feel that Meyer is the future of their franchise. It’ll be interesting to see how this all unfolds.