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Jaguars reportedly ‘very interested’ in Steelers TE Jesse James


The Jacksonville Jaguars have a lot of work to do on the offensive side of the ball — quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and the right side of the offensive line are all needs. But the tight end position is flying under the radar and it’s lowkey one of the most desperate positions on the team. Austin Seferian-Jenkins won’t be ... Read More »

Jaguars ‘likely’ to release Carlos Hyde


The Jacksonville Jaguars are “likelyâ€� to cut backup running back Carlos Hyde, according to Hays Carlyon of 1010XL. Jaguars likely to release Carlos Hyde https://t.co/Br0ONIx5Pu — Rotoworld Football (@Rotoworld_FB) February 21, 2019 Tom Coughlin and Dave Caldwell traded a fifth round pick for Hyde in the middle of the season last year with starting running back Leonard Fournette missing more ... Read More »

Jaguars have third toughest schedule in NFL for 2019


Based on 2018 records, the Jaguars have the third most difficult schedule in 2019 The Jacksonville Jaguars have the third toughest schedule in 2019, according to CBS Sports’ strength of schedule rankings. This is based on opponents’ combined records from the 2018 season, which would be 136-120 (.531 winning percentage) for the 2019 foes. Only the Oakland Raiders and Denver ... Read More »

Coughlin: Bortles is QB “right now�


Most anticipate the Jacksonville Jaguars will be releasing quarterback Blake Bortles relatively soon, likely in the next two-to-three weeks, but a comment made by VP of Football Tom Coughlin put a bit of a panic in some fans on Wednesday afternoon. “Blake [Bortles] is the quarterback of the Jacksonville Jaguars right now,â€� Coughlin said on AM690. Lots of chatter on ... Read More »

ESPN thinks Teddy Bridgewater will sign with Jaguars


The Jacksonville Jaguars have a quarterback problem — a quarterbacks room that consists of Blake Bortles, Cody Kessler, Tanner Lee, and Alex McGough. In my opinion, McGough should be the only quarterback still in that room in September. All that aside, the Jaguars will be in the market for some fresh blood at the quarterback position and free agency and ... Read More »

Jaguars offseason blueprint: Running back


â”�┓ ┃┃╱╲ In this ┃╱╱╲╲ house ╱╱╭╮╲╲ we love â–”â–�┗┛▕▔ & appreciate ╱▔▔▔▔▔▔▔▔▔▔╲ Running backs ╱╱â”�┳┓╭╮â”�┳┓ ╲╲ â–”â–�┗┻┛┃┃┗┻┛▕▔ With the 2019 NFL offseason upon us, here are some important dates coming up over the next three months to mark on your calendar: · February 19 – Franchise/transition tag window opens · February 26-March 4 – NFL Combine; Indianapolis, IN · ... Read More »

Lighten up, Francis


Are you not entertained? Well here we are. Firmly situated between the Super Bowl and the 2019 NFL Draft. Actively reviewing every mock draft, begging to see the picks that will change the fate of the 2019/20 Jaguars. Reading every tweet from our trusted (and untrusted) sources with the sole purpose of becoming more educated on those entering the draft, ... Read More »

Dom Capers hired as senior defensive assistant coach


The Jacksonville Jaguars have hired longtime defensive coordinator Dom Capers as a senior defensive assistant, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. The #Jaguars are set to hire Dom Capers as a senior defensive assistant on their coaching staff, per source. Strong addition to their staff who will assist DC Todd Wash and get to work with one of the league’s ... Read More »

Franchise tag and Jaguars impact


The NFL franchise tag window officially opens on Tuesday Feb. 19, which means that teams can now place the franchise tag on their own pending free agents. There does not appear to be anyone that the Jaguars will be using the tag on in 2019, however there are other pending free agents that could get tagged that will impact the ... Read More »

ASJ option declined, officially


While the Jacksonville Jaguars decided to pick up the team option on some players on Monday afternoon, such as star defensive end Calais Campbell, they decided to decline the option for Austin Seferian-Jenkins. The move was not unexpected, as Seferian-Jenkins tweeted what seemed like a good bye to Jaguars fans back in January, the team officially stated a decision had ... Read More »