Former Jacksonville Jaguar Moe Williams becomes at head coach at Providence in Florida

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Former Jacksonville Jaguars offensive lineman Moe Williams is the new head football coach at Providence School in Jacksonville, Florida.

Williams, who spent nine years in the National Football League after being taken in the second round of the 2001 Draft, is no stranger to the Providence program. He was an assistant with the Stallions from 2013 through 2017.

After starting 100 games for the Jags, Williams retired in 2009. After his retirement, Williams maintain his relationship with the team by becoming its Chaplain.

In high school, Williams played at Pershing High School in Detroit before moving-on to play at the University of Michigan.

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