Jacksonville Jaguars Owner Shad Khan is keeping his leadership intact for the 2020 season. Khan says he met with GM Dave Caldwell and Head Coach Doug Marrone over the past few days to hear their plans to compete for a postseason berth after a 6-10 season. And he spoke with numerous players on Monday. Khan says his decision to keep Marrone and Caldwell has nothing to do with Sunday 38-20 win over the Colts, but everything to do with his positive meetings since the game. “...my belief that this is not the time to consider an overhaul of our organization”, Khan said in a statement. He did call the 2019 season unacceptable, specifically the second-half collapse. Khan said that following the AFC Championship Game season in 2017 he made a four-year commitment to the collective leadership of the football operations, and he made one change by firing Tom Coughlin as Executive Vice President of Football Operations. That position will not be filled in 2020, meaning Caldwell and Marrone will report directly to Khan. Tuesday we got a peak at how Caldwell and Marrone plan to turn the franchise around. During a press conference Caldwell says he wants to resign Defensive End Yannick Ngakoue. “I would say that’s priority number one, to make sure that he comes back to Jacksonville and he’s a Jacksonville Jaguar.” Caldwell said. Meanwhile, as far as coaches go, Marrone said no decisions have been made, but they are being evaluated. “there are points that we’ve laid out, or I have laid out, to Shad, and Tony and obviously Dave, of where I think we need to go.” Marrone said. Here is Shad Khan’s full statement: I have met on several occasions over the past few days with Dave Caldwell, Doug Marrone and their staffs to fully understand their plans to reverse our course and compete for a postseason berth in 2020. In addition, I held numerous one-on-one meetings with players on Monday and thoroughly appreciated their candor and thoughtful views – some expected, some not – on the season behind us and where we go from here. While our discussions will remain confidential, the decision I am making to keep our staff intact for 2020 has nothing to do with our victory on Sunday and everything to do with my positive meetings with Dave, Doug, the coordinators and our players, as well as my belief that this is not the time to consider an overhaul of our organization. The 2019 season was unacceptable and I’ve made my dissatisfaction clear. While many unusual circumstances influenced our season, none can fully explain or defend our second-half collapse with first place in the division within reach on Week 9. At the same time, there were positive developments and contributions that should not be overlooked. We came out of our AFC Championship Game season of 2017 by making a four-year commitment to the collective leadership of our football operations. Only two seasons have passed and one change from that leadership team has already been made. I want to see what we produce under a new organizational structure in 2020. Goals have been established. Accountability will be paramount. As part of our new framework, the position of Executive Vice President of Football Operations will not be filled in 2020. Dave and Doug will each continue to report directly to me, as they have since mid-December. Our work begins immediately. We have a lot of draft capital in our favor to help us achieve our goals for 2020, and beyond. Finally, I was struck and impressed, but not surprised, by the strong showing of our fans Sunday at TIAA Bank Field. The euphoria and passion was genuine and appreciated by everyone with our team, and that goes double for me. My sincere thanks to everyone. It was a moment that underlines the fact that nothing beats having a winning football team. It’s my obligation to deliver one to Jacksonville in 2020.