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Jaguars prepare for joint practices with Vikings


In what is sure to be the most eventful week of training camp, the Jacksonville Jaguars will travel up north to participate in two days of joint practice sessions with the Minnesota Vikings, at the Vikings practice facilities in Eagan, MN. This will be the biggest test the Jaguars will face all preseason, in my opinion, as much like the ... Read More »

DOWN BY THE BANK 8/11: JAGUARS TALK WITH FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS


LET’S GET A DEEP DIVE OF THE JAGUARS 2018 SEASON. The Jacksonville Jaguars surprised everyone with their 2017 season — exceeding everyone’s expectations (including ours!) and making it all the way to the AFC Championship. Now we’re expecting even more this season and to talk about how they get here we’ve got Aaron Schatz (@FO_ASchatz) from Football Outsiders chatting about ... Read More »

Jaguars players host back-to-school events for 2018 new year


Over the weekend, several Jacksonville Jaguars players hosted back-to-school events and gave out backpacks, school supplies, and more to kids all over the city of Jacksonville — including wide receiver Keelan Cole, cornerback Tyler Patmon, long snapper Carson Tinker, wide receiver Allen Lazard, cornerback Quenton Meeks, and cornerback Sammy Seamster. Yesterday @Air4Cole threw a back-to-school bash for over 200 kids.Kids ... Read More »

Jaguars sign cornerbacks Kenneth Acker and Bryce Canady


The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed fifth-year cornerback Kenneth Acker and undrafted rookie cornerback Bryce Canady. To make room on the roster, the Jaguars released fifth-year cornerback Dexter McDougle and waived first-year cornerback Charlie Miller. We have signed fifth-year CB Kenneth Acker and undrafted rookie CB Bryce Canady.To make room on the roster, we released fifth-year CB Dexter McDougle and waived ... Read More »

Week 1 PFF insights: Backups stand out vs. Saints


Pro Football Focus is charting everything when it comes to the NFL in 2018 and that includes the preseason — where several backups on the Jacksonville Jaguars excelled against the New Orleans Saints despite the loss. So who was the cream of the crop? Let’s check in with Pro Football Focus: Offense Backup quarterback Cody Kessler played well under pressure, ... Read More »

Scouting the AFC South: Preseason Week 1


Week 1 of the preseason has already wrapped up for the AFC South, and with us already having broken down the results of the Jaguars opener, we take a look at the division rivals and how they fared. Colts take opener 19-17 over Seahawks in Luck’s return Indianapolis went out to the home of “The 12sâ€� and walked out with ... Read More »

Fowler off PUP, ready to practice


Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Dante Fowler, Jr. is set to be removed from the team’s physically unable to perform (PUP) list on Saturday and practice with the team, as first reported by Mike Kaye of First Coast News. Dante Fowler off PUP. #Jaguars— Mike Kaye (@mike_e_kaye) August 11, 2018 Fowler missed most of the offseason practices and training camp with ... Read More »

2018 college appetizer: Defensive players


As the anticipation for the return of college football continues to ramp up, many fans are beginning their research into which names they need to know to prepare for the season. Last week, I posted an appetizer piece highlighting some underrated offensive players to highlight in your programs, and this week I want to focus on the defensive side of ... Read More »

27 days until kickoff: What’s your favorite Rashean Mathis memory?


With just 27 days until the NFL kicks off in the regular season, let’s talk about your favorite memories of Rashean Mathis — one of the best defensive backs the Jacksonville Jaguars have ever known. A penchant for the big play Rashean’s penchant for a big, athletic play when the Jaguars needed it most will always stand out to fans, ... Read More »

Jaguars showed exactly what was needed


The Jacksonville Jaguars lost to the New Orleans Saints in Thursday’s preseason opener by a score of I can’t remember to it doesn’t matter in the slightest. It was everyone’s first look at the 2018 Jaguars and what we saw should not sway anyone’s expectation for another successful season to build off the surprising 2017. Just about everything you wanted ... Read More »