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Jacksonville’s secondary was a mess last year. The solid play at cornerback by Derek Cox, Rashean Mathis, and Will Middleton turned the group around this year. Now all three of those players are on injured reserve. The Jaguars placed Middleton on injured reserve Saturday. The third year player put off medical school for the NFL…
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The news last week that the Jacksonville Jaguars had been sold to Illinois businessman Shahid Khan was greeted enthusiastically in Los Angeles, where football fans have been without a home team since the Raiders and Rams moved away in 1994. Those fans might not want to add teal to their wardrobes quite yet. The Jaguars will not move to Los Angeles, CBS' Charley Casserly reports...
The Jacksonville Jaguars placed wide receiver Brian Robiskie on season-ending injured reserve Friday.
Robiskie was claimed on waivers from the Cleveland Browns but never played in a game with the Jaguars.
A second-round draft pick in 2009, had only three receptions in six games this season. He had a career-high 29 catches in 14 games last season.
The Jaguars lost 20-13 at home last weekend and it cost Jack Del Rio his gig as the head coach. Former defensive coordinator Mel Tucker will be making his head coaching debut on the big stage of Monday Night Football. The Chargers have lost six games in a row as they appear to have quit on head coach Norv Turner. Here is a look at the matchups in this game:
When the Jaguars...
The Jaguars and Chargers will kick-off on Monday Night. Can the Chargers end their six game losing streak or will the Jags pick up their first win under interim Head Coach Mel Tucker?