Jacksonville Jaguars coach City Meyer continues to really feel some lingering repercussions over his determination to rent former Iowa power coach Chris Doyle.
The Jaguars confirmed Wednesday that each Meyer and GM Trent Baalke have been subpoenaed as a part of a lawsuit filed by Black gamers suing Doyle for discrimination. The group added that each Meyer and Baalke submitted written depositions in relation to the group’s determination to rent after which fireplace Doyle in January.
“We respect and can cooperate with the authorized course of as required,” the group mentioned, by way of the Related Press. “Nonetheless, the Jaguars haven’t any info that might be related to the lawsuit between student-athletes and the College of Iowa.”
Meyer employed Doyle in January and initially stood by the rent after vital criticism. Doyle left Iowa in 2020 amid allegations that he had been racist towards Black gamers, which Doyle has denied. Doyle in the end resigned from the Jaguars in mild of the criticism of his hiring.