Found December 12, 2012 on
Fox Sports Florida:
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Cecil Shorts III is back at practice and symptom-free following his first concussion.
Shorts, who has 43 receptions for 824 yards and seven touchdowns this season, missed last week's game against the New York Jets because of lingering symptoms. Shorts says he was "out for about 5 seconds" after getting hit at Buffalo the previous week.
He recovered by sitting in a dark room and watched the game at home to avoid loud noises.
He practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday, but coach Mike Mularkey believes Shorts will play Sunday at Miami.
Shorts spoke to teammate Laurent Robinson, who is on injured reserve following his fourth concussion, and said he told him to not rush back.
Shorts says "the biggest thing is resting the brain."
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Fantasy Football News - Mark Long of the Associated Press reported earlier today that Cecil Shorts has been cleared by doctors to resume practice and is symptom free from the concussion he sustained a couple of weeks ago.
FFLockerRoom Take - This is great news for owners that had been riding the coat tails of Shorts into the playoffs. Unfortunately, you will not know what to expect...
Jaguars receiver Cecil Shorts III (concussion) has been cleared to practice and play, according to beat writer Mark Long.Fantasy Spin:Shorts has caught 20 balls for 368 yards and four touchdowns in his last four starts and has been one this season's biggest surprises. Don't forget to put him back in all fantasy lineups as soon as he is officially active.
Jaguars receiver Cecil Shorts III (concussion) has practiced the past two days in a limited capacity after passing concussion tests and should be able to return to the field Sunday.Fantasy Spin:Shorts has caught 20 balls for 368 yards and four touchdowns in his last four starts and has been one this season's biggest surprises. Limiting him in practice is likely a precautionary move.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have placed starting guard Mike Brewster on injured reserve and signed running back Keith Toston.
Brewster broke a bone in his left hand against Buffalo on Dec. 2.
Toston spent the preseason with the Jaguars before being waived in final cuts. He re-signed with the team in October and played against Green Bay in Week 8, returning...
RB Montell Owens (Jacksonville)
Percent owned (ESPN): 8.8%
Montell Owens rushed for 91 yards and a touchdown on 14 attempts in his first career start and added an 11 yard reception. I can’t guarantee you he’ll get another start, but there are 3 backs injured on the depth chart ahead of him, Maurice Jones-Drew, Rashad Jennings, and Jalen Parmele, and he looked better last week...
Last week: 30 (-2)
Net points per drive: -0.79 (30th)
DVOA: -34.8% (31st)
Weighted DVOA: -32.7% (31st)
After losing at home to the Jets, the Jaguars look poised to lose out. Their only remaining home game is against the Patriots and getting another win would mean winning in Tennessee or Miami. They are in are in the driver’s seat for the #1 pick right now.
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Unfair comparisons to former Dolphins great and NFL Hall of Famer Dan Marino.
Lack of patience by fans.
Positioned front and center under the media microscope.
Henne knows the South Florida deal because he played the role right before Miami's current quarterback, rookie...
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The numbers are staggering, as if there must be a typo.
But there is none.
In 27 years as the head football coach at Mount Union, Larry Kehres' Purple Raiders have played 358 games and won 331. They've lost 24, and tied three. His winning percentage of .929 is easily the best in college football history, and five of his losses have come in the NCAA's Division III national...