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Blaine Gabbert Could Be Head Back to the Bench | PlayerPress.com - Sports Commentary, News, Rumors, Blogs, Photos, Videos by Pro Athletes and Fans
The Jacksonville Jaguars may very well have a new leader behind center
next season, and not because they expect Blaine Gabbert to still be injured.
They just don’t know if he is the quarterback of the future of the future for
Word is that the Jaguars will have an open competition for the
starting job in hopes of finding someone that can lead the team out of the
doldrums they have been stuck in since they last went to the playoffs in 2007...(for full post follow link above to PlayerPress.com!)
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Recovering from a surgically repaired hoof and taking classes in Westwood, Jacksonville running back Maurice Jones-Drew is expected to attend the Jaguars’ first mini-camp and be ready to perform on the gridiron by late May or early June. Hence, it’s now more evident than ever that the 27-year-old Jones-Drew, a three-time All-Pro who won the 2011 NFL rushing crown and established...
According to Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, the Jaguars have told cornerback Reshean Mathis that they don’t plan on re-signing him.
The #Jaguars told CB Rashean Mathis today he would not be offered a new contract.
— Ryan O’Halloran (@ryanohalloran) March 6, 2013
The 32 year-old Mathis appeared in 12 games this past season and recorded 20 tackles.
Chad Henne, QB, Jacksonville Jaguars
FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS
Chad Henne, while not flashy, has something to look forward to during training camp. Jacksonville Jaguars general manager David Caldwell has declared an open competition for the lead quarterback slot for the 2013 season.
In 10 games, 6 of them...
The Jacksonville Jaguars are heading into a new season with a new coach, a new general manager and the same old questions.After ending last season 2-14 it was time for a change. While all the pundits, analysts and talking heads are preaching for the need of a quarterback, the Jaguars are focusing their attention elsewhere. And who can blame them? The Jaguars finished 29th in total...
Sentiment has not been part of the Jacksonville Jaguars playbook ever since owner Shad Khan took control of the franchise less than two years ago.
That much is clear whenever speculation arises on whether hometown hero Tim Tebow could come to a team with a quarterback quandary every bit as muddled as that of the New York Jets. And while Rashean Mathis had a fraction of Tebows national...
Ryan O'Halloran, the Jacksonville Jaguars beat writer for the Florida Times-Union, reported Tuesday evening on Twitter that cornerback Rashean Mathis was told by the team today that he would not be offered a new contract for next season.
Mathis, who played 10 season in Jacksonville after being drafted by the Jaguars in the second round of the 2003 NFL Draft, had his best games...
This will once again be a rebuilding year for the Jacksonville Jaguars. I can already feel your eyes rolling as you read that first statement, but it doesn't make it any less true. Still, this season should bring a new level of energy to a fan base that has been given nothing but poor cliches and terrible products on the field. That actually may change this year.
Based on what players did in 2012 alone compared to the amount of money they counted against the salary cap, the super-awesome guys at Pro Football Focus ranked all 32 NFL teams based on the amount of value they got out of their rosters this past season.
And unsurprisingly, the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers led the way, with four playoff teams joining them in the top five...