The Jacksonville Jaguars are not planning to pay Urban Meyer the balance of his contract because they chose to fire him for cause, according to a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington.

A source within the organization said the Jaguars’ reasons for withholding the remaining guarantees are not tied to one specific incident, instead a cumulation of instances that Jacksonville’s officials believe justified the firing.

While not unusual in these types of situations, it will be up to the lawyers involved in any negotiation between the Jaguars and Meyer to try to figure out if they can resolve the situation.

Meyer was in the middle of a series of controversial incidents while coach of the Jaguars. The latest, which was reported just before the firing, involved former kicker Josh Lambo accusing Meyer of kicking him during an August practice. Lambo’s story came out in the Tampa Bay Times hours before the Jaguars announced Meyer’s firing.

There was also a viral video of Meyer in a restaurant bar in Ohio acting inappropriately with a woman after he stayed behind following a game against Cincinnati.