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Sign on San Diego:
Wayne Weaver's office is nearly empty, the shelves cleared, the cabinets bare, most of his things packed in boxes. All that remains are some pictures, his computer and a few files scattered across his desk _ just enough to avoid echoes in the spacious room.
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The Jacksonville Jaguars could be without starting left tackle Eugene Monroe for Sunday's season finale against Indianapolis.
Defensive tackle C.J. Mosley stepped on Monroe's left ankle in practice Thursday, and Monroe was wearing a walking boot Friday. He sat out practice and was listed as questionable for the game.
Monroe says the injury doesn't seem that bad and...
As his last season as owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars comes to an end, Wayne Weaver wonders whether he might have a Vince Lombardi Trophy if he had just stuck with his original coach. Weaver told John Oehser of Jaguars.com that he thinks Tom Coughlin was the right coach for the franchise, and he wishes…
As the Jaguars close out their dismal 2011 season, the next step for the organization will presumably be a complete fire sale — everything goes, even the owner.
Although the team’s new ownership has already been determined, the same can’t be said for its head coach.
While defensive coordinator-turned-interim coach Mel Tucker will oversee the final game, the Jags are expected...
There will be no blackout in Jacksonville this week. The Jaguars have announced that the local television blackout has been lifted for Sunday’s home game against the Colts, meaning the team’s season finale will be shown on the CBS affiliate in Jacksonville. It’s not known how many tickets the Jaguars bought themselves, at 34 cents…
The last meeting of the Jaguars and Colts is normally a hot ticket. It generally
is a game with big implications, big emotions and a nice warmer weather escape
for Colts fans. This year it may be blacked out.
The Jaguars were granted a 24-hour extension by the NFL today to avoid a television blackout for Sunday’s season finale against the Indianapolis Colts.
It always starts here. Jones-Drew (pictured) almost certainly has the NFL rushing title clinched with 1,437 yards. That's 128 more than his closest pursuer, and Philadelphia's LeSean McCoy (ankle) is unlikely to play this week. Houston's Arian Foster is third on the list but 213 yards back and not likely to play the whole game with the Texans already in the playoffs....