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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Jason Babin had groin surgery Tuesday and will miss the remainder of the team's offseason program.
Coach Gus Bradley says Babin is expected to be fully healthy in time for training camp.
Bradley says Babin's groin "just didn't feel right," so he went to Philadelphia for a second opinion and opted for surgery. Bradley adds that "everything went well, went really well."
The Jaguars claimed Babin off waivers from the Eagles in November, bringing in the two-time Pro Bowler in hopes of beefing up one of the league's worst pass rushes. Babin had seven sacks last season, a year after totaling 18.
The 33-year-old Babin has dealt with knee and groin injuries this year. He is due 4.225 million in base salary in 2013.
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The controversy surrounding Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew continues to swirl.
Last week St.Augustine, FL police stated that they were charging Jones-Drew with battery after he allegedly knocked out a security guard at a local bar.
A few hours later, they decided to recant and state that an investigation was ongoing.
The Jags are keeping tabs on the situation...
With the Jacksonville Jaguars gearing up to host one game per year for the next four seasons in London and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell hinting that number could double, Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com points out that “it doesn’t take a rocket surgeon to come to the conclusion that if/when a team moves to London, the obvious choice will be the Jaguars.” Photo Credit:...
JACKSONVILLE The Jacksonville Jaguars are making plans to honor a paralyzed football player who died Wednesday, three weeks after his last visit to the facility and just before beginning an internship with the team.
J.T. Townsend, paralyzed from the neck down during a high school game in 2004, spent countless hours getting to know Jaguars players over the years. He considered running...
Maurice Jones-Drew is out of town, but still in touch with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Coach Gus Bradley praised Jones-Drew on Tuesday for ''the communication that's taken place'' since the team's star running back was allegedly involved in a fight over Memorial Day weekend.
Jones-Drew, who continues to work out in Miami, has not been charged in the May 26...
The Jacksonville Jaguars are making plans to honor a paralyzed football player who died Wednesday, three weeks after his last visit to the facility and just before beginning an internship with the team.
J.T. Townsend, paralyzed from the neck down during a high school game in 2004, spent countless hours getting to know Jaguars players over the years. He considered running back Maurice...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have no plans to play twice a year in London. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, speaking at a conference in New York on Tuesday, reiterated that the league is considering expanding its European presence. The NFL has two games in London this fall and eventually could go to three. If that happens, Goodell said he would consider...
Running back Maurice Jones-Drew isn't talking about his role in an alleged bar fight over Memorial Day weekend.
Jones-Drew answered questions for 15 minutes on Monday, a day before a mandatory, three-day minicamp, but declined to offer any details about what happened at a St. Augustine restaurant/bar last month. Jones-Drew has not been charged with any crime.
He says: '...
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, the Jacksonville Jaguars have spoken to Maurice Jones-Drew over the phone regarding the allegation that he assaulted a security officer last week at a Denny’s.
Jones-Drew is currently rehabbing from foot surgery in Miami away from the team’s OTAs. He is expected to join (not participate) the team next week during mandatory minicamp.
This amazing bikini video featuring the Jacksonville Jaguars and Crystal Palace cheerleaders performing "Glad All Over" is pretty wonderful.
The Jacksonville Jaguars may be playing two "home" games each year in London in the very near future.
Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports that the Ravens have signed former Jaguars LB Daryl Smith to a one-year contract.
Smith, 31 was a regular starter for the Jaguars during his time with the team starting 122 of 133 games he has participated in. However, last season he dealt with a groin injury which kept him out of all but two games last season.
The signing is obviously still...