Jaguars owner Shad Khan met with players and coaches on Monday night in the wake of his 54th loss since purchasing the team at the end of the 2011 season, Mike DiRocco of ESPN.com reports.
The Associated Press first reported news of the meeting.
According to the source, the meeting was at the team facility and the tone was not confrontational, but rather an effort to figure out why the Jaguars (2-4) are not winning more games and what, if anything, Khan could do to help.
The source said Khan asked several players their opinion of why the team has struggled this season and several other players spoke on their own. The source declined to name the players.
The meeting came one day after the Jaguars lost 33-16 to the Oakland Raiders at EverBank Field in what was arguably the franchise’s worst loss during coach Gus Bradley’s four-year tenure. Defensive tackle Malik Jackson and cornerback Jalen Ramsey were ejected and receiver Marqise Lee was penalized for using a racial slur. The Jaguars managed only one touchdown and 344 yards against what was the league’s worst defense in total yards and passing yards entering the weekend.