Jags' Mularkey adds Myslinski as strength, conditioning coach

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- New Jacksonville Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey has completed his staff by hiring Tom Myslinski as strength and conditioning coach.

Mularkey also named his son, Patrick, as strength assistant. Patrick Mularkey joins the coaching staff after spending the past two seasons as a scouting assistant in Jacksonville's personnel department.

Myslinski played nine seasons in the NFL and then spent the last seven years as a strength and conditioning coordinator, beginning at Robert Morris (2005-06) and continuing with the Cleveland Browns (2007-09), Memphis (2010) and North Carolina (2011).

While playing in the NFL, Myslinski served as a volunteer assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Pittsburgh (1998-2001). Before his stint at Pitt, he spent 1996 as the volunteer strength and conditioning coach at the University of North Florida.

Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press

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