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The Jacksonville Jaguars started the offseason by saying they’re going to stick with Blaine Gabbert through thick and thin, but then they did an about-face reaping praise on Geno Smith at his Pro Day. The Jags’ General Manager David Caldwell, Head Coach Gus Bradley and even their offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch were in attendance West Virginia’s Pro Day. Bradley met with Geno Smith at the Pro Day and told Jim Corbertt of USA Today, that he was impressed with his accuracy... Read more
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars, quiet during the first few days of free agency, have signed cornerback Alan Ball, running back Justin Forsett and defensive tackle Roy Miller.
They signed contracts Friday, joining linebacker Geno Hayes in the team's free-agent class.
Ball spent last season in Houston after playing five years in Dallas. He is expected to...
The Jacksonville Jaguars acquired a good change of pace back to spell starting RB Maurice Jones-Drew, announcing the signing of free-agent and former Houston Texans running back Justin Forsett.
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Cecil Shorts III, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars
School: Mount Union
FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS
After a disappointing rookie campaign, Shorts saw an expanded role during the 2012 season and surprised everyone by hauling in 55 passes for 974 yards and 7 touchdowns. He emerged as a very good deep threat and if it weren’t for a...
On the fourth day of 2013 NFL Free Agency, the Jacksonville Jaguars agreed to terms on a contract with running back Justin Forsett, defensive back Alan Ball and defensive tackle Roy Miller.
Forsett, 27, has rushed for 1,661 yards and eight touchdowns and has registered 100 receptions for 768 yards and a score through the air over the last four seasons with the Seattle Seahawks ...
Gene Smith is perhaps most famous (or infamous) for not drafting Tim Tebow in the 2010 NFL Draft. And let’s face it, you wouldn’t be reading this if you didn’t know who the hell Smith is. He was the man who drafted Tyson Alualu, a projected second round defensive tackle, rather than the “savior” of the franchise. Never was there a hometown guy that was so desperately wanted...
The Jacksonville Jaguars either sent a message to its quarterbacks on the current roster or sent a smoke screen to the NFL this week.Scouts and coaches went to West Virginia to see quarterback Geno Smith at his Pro Day workout.Whether the athletic and mobile passer is on the team’s radar remains in question, but the fact there were Jaguars’ personnel there opens up a can of questions...
There are many ways to regret. There are many reasons to be filled with regret. As Kurt Vonnegut says, "Of all the words of mice and men, the saddest are, "It might have been'". The expansion team of 1995 can be forgiven for its youthful exuberance. If only it got better. It didn't. In 1999, the Jaguars picked Florida State University defensive tackle, Larry...
I, Blaine Gabbert, take you, Jacksonville Jaguars, to be the NFL franchise I fail with. I promise to allow you to change coaches and offensive systems at the drop of a hat. I will try to improve my performance on a game-by-game system. I also promise, as the 10th selection in the 2011 NFL Draft, that you and your coaching staff can criticize, chastise, and berate me for my inconsistent...
The Jacksonville Jaguars are rebuilding the team via free agency. Four recent additions include former playoff DB Alan Ball.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed free agent DT Roy Miller to a two-year contract, according to his agent Mike McCartney.
Miller, 25, had interest from the Buccaneers would have liked to retain him, but apparently his asking price was too much for their liking.
Jacksonville lost Terrance Knighton after he reached an agreement with the Broncos, so they clearly needed...