Sources: Ex-Skins coordinator Williams agrees to same role with Jags

Gregg Williams has agreed in principle to become Jacksonville Jaguars defensive coordinator, pending a review of the contract, sources told ESPN's Chris Mortensen on Tuesday.

The move would complete a whirlwind tour for the former Washington Redskins defensive coordinator. Dallas media reported that Williams interviewed with the Cowboys on Sunday for a role on their staff.

That came after Williams interviewed numerous times for the Redskins head coaching job in the past few weeks. He went from being a front-runner for the position to being fired in a matter of days.

The Atlanta Falcons hired former Jags defensive coordinator Mike Smith as their head coach last month.

Chris Mortensen covers the NFL for ESPN.