Penn State assistant coach Tyler Bowen, a highly regarded and respected offensive coach, is leaving to take a job with the Jacksonville Jaguars and new head coach Urban Meyer, according to a report from Sean Fitz of Lions247.com.
Penn State assistant Tyler Bowen is leaving Happy Valley for a job coaching the tight ends on Urban Meyer’s Jacksonville Jaguars staff, per sources. https://t.co/Wfh8pwF7La @247Sports @247 pic.twitter.com/fjpzwVXkxs
— Sean Fitz (@seanfitz247) February 2, 2021
Bowen was PSU’s tight ends coach, co-offensive coordinator and offensive recruiting coordinator, so he has worn a lot of important hats with the program.
He will coach the tight ends with the Jaguars, according to the 247Sports report.
Bowen took over as the playcaller for the Cotton Bowl at the end of the 2019 season after Ricky Rahne left to become head coach at Old Dominion.
This is Bowen’s coaching career profile, from his PSU bio page:
2020-present – Penn State (Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Recruiting Coordinator/Tight Ends)
2018-19 – Penn State (Offensive Recruiting Coordinator/Tight Ends)
2017 – Maryland (Offensive Line)
2016 – Fordham (Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line)
2015 – Fordham (Offensive Line)
2014 – Penn State (Offensive Graduate Assistant)
2013 – Towson (Tight Ends)
2011-12 – Maryland (Graduate Assistant)
2010 – Maryland (Student Assistant)