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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 Smith. Smith looked really good in college. Unfortunately he reported to training camp late. And he showed up to practices late. And he never got on the field. He was a bust, but not THE bust. But remember, he looked really good in college. It got worse. In 2000, the Jaguars wasted their pick on USC wide receiver R. Jay Soward. Soward was late to team meetings, could not make it to practice, and could not read receiving routes. Many think Soward is the biggest draft mistake in the Jaguars history. Nope.The biggest draft bust for the Jaguars happened in 2005. With the 21st pick the Jaguars picked Arkansas ...
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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...
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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...
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...
Josh Freeman and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers improved substantially in the passing game for 2013, but they still need to add talent to their wide receiver core. Luckily the 2013 NFL draft offers a plethora of great wide receiver prospects that can turn the Bucs’ passing game to an envy of the league.
Vincent Jackson and Mike William are solid, the signing of Kevin Ogletree is an...
The Jacksonville Jaguars are rebuilding the team via free agency. Four recent additions include former playoff DB Alan Ball.