Found March 04, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
The Jacksonville Jaguars were unable to improve on an 8-8 record and in Week 3 of the 2011 NFL season Luke McCown would be replaced with the 10th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, Blaine Gabbert. Now that the Jaguars have their future quarterback it is time to find stars to put around him. The surprise was a defensive unit that finished ranked 6th overall after finishing 28th the previous year. With the No. 7 pick in the 2012 NFL draft one has to think that if Oklahoma State Wide Receiver Justin Blackmon is still available the Jaguars would be insane not to select him. It’s not too far of a stretch to see them trade up and grab the top receiver if they want to put the star talent around Gabbert. The Penalty Flag’s Mike Presley has the Jags going defense in round one; Round 1, Pick 7:  Whitney Mercilus DE Illinois: The Jaguars love drafting defensive lineman, in fact they have drafted defensive lineman every other year in the first round since 2008. So since they took Blaine Gabbert last year, it’s time for another defensive lineman. Whitney Mercilus will be this year’s Aldon Smith and shoot up [...]

Jaguars place franchise tag on PK Josh Scobee

The Jacksonville Jaguars have placed the franchise tag Josh Scobee, a move that will keep the strong-legged place-kicker under contract for at least another season. General manager Gene Smith said the team wants to reach a long-term deal with Scobee. Both sides began preliminary talks last month, but they failed to reach an agreement before the franchise deadline Monday. A fifth...

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The Jacksonville Jaguars placed the franchise tag on Josh Scobee on Monday. Scobee is seeking a longer term deal and has no intention of signing the tag, agent Ken Harris confirmed to the Florida Times-Union. The franchise tag for kickers is a one-year salary of approximately $2.6 million. Scobee connected on 23 of 25 field-goal attempts last season.

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According to Tania Ganguli, the Jacksonville Jaguars have used their franchise tag on kicker Josh Scobee. Scobee did not want to be franchised, he's made that clear on the Twitter. I'm told he has no plans to sign the tender. #Jaguars — Tania Ganguli (@taniaganguli) March 5, 2012 The move isn't surprising, and it hands Scobee approximately $2.9 million for his...

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Jags join kicker franchising parade with Josh Scobee

I excitedly wrote up the Broncos choosing to franchise Matt Prater because there was a second team franchising their kicker. What I called a preliminary trend is now becoming a real-life actual trend. According to Pro Football Talk the Jacksonville Jaguars have tagged Josh Scobee. The one-year tender for kickers is expected to be about $2.5 million. The 29 year-old Scobee apparently...

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The Jaguars' new strength and conditioning staff isn't putting all of its emphasis on the weight room. "The athletes have to be prepared to play the game. I think fitness is the most important aspect for football,'' said Tom Myslinski, a former Jaguars player who was named to head coach Mike Mularkey's staff last month. And fitness, Myslinski said, involves...
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