The news comes three weeks after Marrone absconded from Buffalo with a $4 million windfall amid league-wide speculation that multiple head-coaching opportunities awaited.
As the offseason interview dance wrapped up, Marrone was left without a partner.
It's telling that he didn't land an offensive coordinator position after interviewing for that job in Jacksonville last week. Perhaps NFL owners and front-office executives questioned his loyalty after watching him flee Buffalo just two years into his commitment.
Charged with reshaping one of the league's least effective units, Marrone can take solace in the fact that he's now the highest-paid offensive line coach in NFL history.
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