Seattle defensive line coach Todd Wash, who was rumored to be in the running for the defensive coordinator position with the Jags, has been hired as the new defensive line coach in Jacksonville. Wash worked with Bradley in Seattle for the past two years and on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers coaching staff back in 2007. Wash is also a fellow alum of North Dakota State.
Luke Butkus was hired as the new assistant offensive line coach. Butkus is the nephew of Hall of Fame linebacker Dick Butkus and a former player at the University of Illinois. Butkus has also spent time with Bradley in Seattle on the coaching staff in 2010 and 2011 before spending last year as the offensive line coach for the Fighting Illini. Butkus has previous NFL coaching experience from back in 2007 where he spent a few years as the assistant offensive line coach for the Chicago Bears. Butkus was set to take an offensive line coaching position with Florida International University before joining the Jaguars coaching staff.
Tony Sorrentino was hired as the new offensive quality control coach for the Jags. Sorrentino spent last year as the quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator at The College of New Jersey. He comes to Jacksonville with no prior NFL coaching experience, but a few connections-Sorrentino spent 2011 as a graduate assistant for the University of Miami where new Jaguars offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch ran the offense.