The Jacksonville Jaguars' new coaching staff is being welcomed with open arms by players who lived through the Urban Meyer regime.

Josh Allen, a four-year veteran, was asked what it's been like under Doug Pederson thus far.

"Man, it feels good to be a part of a professional locker room," Allen said with a slight chuckle. "Not only in the locker room, but when you talk to the coaches, it's a professional setting. You got to hone in on the details. If you're not listening to the details, it's not (coaches) getting on you. It's (them) telling you what's right and what's wrong.

"And as guys, as grown men, we need to understand that. He puts it in a way that we can understand it and grow. He's not getting on us. He's letting us know what's real, and he's talking to us like grown men. With that, there is nothing but respect. We're going to grow, and we're going to be great."