Mike Mularkey will be the third head coach in Jacksonville Jaguars history, and will be introduced by the team Wednesday.
Mulkarkey, a Miami native, played for the University of Florida. He played tight end in the NFL for nine seasons (1983-91), six with the Minnesota Vikings and three with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Mularkey, 50, was previously head coach with the Buffalo Bills, and went 9-7 in 2004 and 5-11 in 2005.
He’s been the Falcons offensive coordinator since a two-year stint as an assistant coach under Nick Saban with the Miami Dolphins. He was scheduled to interview for their head coach opening this week. He was offensive coordinator under Nick Saban in 2006.