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After the 2012 NFL Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars had Laurent Robinson, Justin Blackmon and a group of average receivers to call their own. By the end of the season, the Jaguars had Justin Blackmon, Cecil Shorts III and the hope that sometime in 2013 Laurent Robinson would put on a helmet and pads and play football.Robinson was released from the team in theoff season following four concussions last season that basically left his career and his life in jeopardy.The emergence of Shorts and Blackmon have made what was considered a huge question mark just two seasons ago arguably the strength of this ball club. With the more accurate and consistent Chad Henne behind center for the final six games, these two receiver flourished. But their success on the field only tells part of the story. Where they made spectacular catches and moved the chains, others failed to succeed and the unit as a whole still needs work.If only Robinson could have played.The Jaguars are still in a situation where...
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With the star running back in the final year of a $31 million deal, Jacksonville Jaguars general manger Dave Caldwell said Maurice Jones-Drew will not be traded and his contract will be “assessed after the season.” The 28-year-old Jones-Drew, a three-time All-Pro who won the 2011 NFL rushing crown and established the Jaguars’ record for amassing the most yards on the ground...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have the 2nd pick in this years draft. According to Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com, new general manager Dave Caldwell says he is looking at two possible picks at that spot, although he wouldn’t rule out trading down either, even if he sees it as unlikely.
We would be open to both [staying put or trading down],” he said. “There is a player there at two...
According to ProFootballtalk.com, Jacksonville Jaguars general manager David Caldwell told PFT Live that they don’t plan on trading Maurice Jones-Drew and they will look at his contract situation after the season.
Jaguars G.M. Dave Caldwell tells PFT Live that @jones_drew32 will not be traded, and that his contract will be assessed after the season.
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk...
The recovery process from the Lisfranc fracture that ended
his season is going well for Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice
Jones-Drew. The running back told NFL.com that he’s “feeling good.”
"I just got back to Jacksonville a couple weeks ago
from school, just have been rehabbing every day and getting used to the
offseason program," Jones-Drew said in an...
After undergoing season-ending Lisfranc surgery on his foot, Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew says he’s fine.
“I’m feeling good,” Jones-Dre told NFL Total Access, via NFL.com.
“I just got back to Jacksonville a couple weeks ago from school, just have been rehabbing every day and getting used to the offseason program,” Jones-Drew said. “I’ll be...
There is still plenty of time for the Jacksonville Jaguars to make an impact in free agency. The names may not be sexy or they may be names we have seen bantered about back and forth for weeks now between several teams. The Jaguars still have plenty of cap space and are in desperate need of help on the offensive line and in the secondary. It cannot hurt to take a swing, even if they...
On Friday, Jaguars general manager David Caldwell joined Mike Florio on Pro Football Talk. Caldwell let us in on the way the Jaguars are handling players with just one year left on their contract.
While Caldwell was adamant that Jones-Drew would not be traded during the draft, he did not say the Jaguars were committed to Jones-Drew over the long haul. Jones-Drew is schedule...
Sounds as if the Raiders have picked up free agent running back Rashad Jennings:
Its official!I’ll be rocking that Black and Silver this yr. #Raidernation let’s go make it happen!
— Rashad Jennings (@RashadJennings) April 11, 2013
Jennings, who spent the past four seasons with the Jaguars, will probably be Darren McFadden’s backup because there’s not really anybody else...
Former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson threw out the first pitch at the Detroit Tigers-Toronto Blue Jays game on Tuesday and it could have gone better to say the least. This pitch skipped to the catcher and ended up on SportsCenter’s segment featuring the worst first-pitches off all-time.
Denard could have hidden from the pitch and the interviews that people wanted but...
Its been a rough week for University of Michigan athletics.
The basketball team suffered a heartbreaking defeat to Louisville on Monday in the finals of the March Madness tournament. On Tuesday, things didn’t get much better because Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson embarrassed himself and the university with what can only be described as a feeble attempt at a first pitch...