Joe Sheehan is leaving the Jacksonville Jaguars of the NFL after 11 years to take the top athletic training job at Arkansas, Razorback officials announced Tuesday.

Joe Sheehan is leaving the Jacksonville Jaguars of the NFL after 11 years to take the top athletic training job at Arkansas, Razorback officials announced Tuesday.
Sheehan, an assistant athletic trainer and the director of rehabilitation for the Jaguars for the last three years, will become coordinator of athletic training and sports medicine at Arkansas, according to a news release. He will replace Dean Weber, longtime director of training for the Razorbacks, who was named equipment chief last week by Arkansas officials.
Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long said Sheehan's "extensive knowledge" and his experience at the professional level would greatly benefit Razorback athletes.
At Jacksonville, Sheehan developed and oversaw player-rehabilitation protocols for the Jaguars and was responsible for all aspects of medical documentation.