Urban Meyer found his defensive coordinator in Jacksonville.
The Jaguars are expected to hire Ravens defensive line coach Joe Cullen as their new D-coordinator, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
ESPN first reported the news.
It's a return to Jacksonville, where Cullen coached the defensive line from 2010-2012.
The 53-year-old assistant spent the past five years with the Baltimore Ravens as a D-line coach. The past three years, Cullen worked under Don Martindale, who ran one of the best D units in the NFL.
Cullen's first job in the pros came in 2006 with the Detroit Lions as a D-line coach after years at the college level. He spent three seasons in Detroit. After a return to university coaching for a year, Cullen was back in the pros with the Jags in 2010. He spent time with Cleveland (2013) and Tampa Bay (2014-2015) as a D-line coach.
For the first time in his NFL coaching career, Cullen will now be calling the shots.