The Jacksonville Jaguars have hired a former college football quarterback as an offensive assistant.

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Per Pete Thamel of ESPN, Tyler Tettleton will be a quality control assistant on Doug Pederson’s staff.

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Tettleton is a former quarterback at the University of Ohio and

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also served as the pass game coordinator and running backs coach last year for the school.

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Before he had that job, he was with LSU as an offensive assistant and was also with the Cleveland Browns as an offensive quality coach.

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While Tettleton played for Ohio, he completed close to 63% of his passes and

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had a TD/INT ratio of 67/28. He also passed for over 9,000 yards from 2009-13.

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He declared for the NFL Draft in 2014, but also ended up playing in the CFL for Hamilton.

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Doug Pederson’s staff is starting to get assembled and this looks to be a good hire, at least on paper.

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