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Contrary to other rebuilding teams, the Jacksonville Jaguars have been very quiet on the open market.
Jacksonville made a few moves the Friday before last—acquiring defensive tackle Roy Miller and ex-Texans running back Justin Forsett and defensive back Alan Ball—but it’s a drop in the bucket compared to what the Kansas City Chiefs, Philadelphia Eagles, Detroit Lions and Cleveland Browns have done to address their needs via 2013 NFL Free Agency.
Nevertheless, some teams prefer to build primarily through the draft. But Jaguars fans better hope that head coach Gus Bradley and general manager Dave Caldwell have a much better draft strategy in place than their predecessors—for a couple of reasons.
For the first reason, let’s take a trip down memory lane and look at the Jaguars’ draft history, especially as it pertains to players they’ve drafted that line up at wide receiver and in the trenches (mostly on defense).
In 2008, the Jags jumped on DEs Derrick Harvey (first round) and
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When a former Jacksonville Jaguars coach told Yahoo! Sports' Mike Silver that quarterback Blaine Gabbert was called "Blame" Gabbert often because "nothing is ever his fault," his teammate Maurice Jones-Drew seemed pretty irked that someone would say that, let alone a coach. Silver's same source also noted that Gabbert had issues with 'leadership...
Making Jacksonville general manager Dave Caldwell sound at best bipolar and at worst ******* crazy, reports have surfaced that the Jaguars may select West Virginia University quarterback Geno Smith with the second pick in April’s draft to supplant Blaine Gabbert. Caldwell, who became the Jaguars’ newest GM on January 8, said in February the organization plans to “build around”...
Justin Blackmon, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars
School: Oklahoma State
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Justin Blackmon had bust written all over him by the “fantasy experts.” Through the first half of the season, that looked like it might be the case. However, he shined down the stretch, by picking up 615 yards in his final seven...
Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert hasn't had too much success at the NFL level. You can say he's had too many coordinators (three since he's came in the league) or he just doesn't have it. The new coaching staff doesn't seem too hot on him either as head coach Gus Bradley has declared it an open competition.
Recently a report surfaced saying that...
Peter King of SI.com, mentioned in his weekly Monday Morning Quarterback column that the Jacksonville Jaguars are interested in drafting former West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith with the second overall pick in next month’s draft.
First of all, I can’t remember the last time King wrote something and was even close to being right. Second, the Jags have way more pressing needs...
Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert has been the butt of jokes and ridicule for most of the off-season. Coming on the heels of a former Jags assistant blasting Gabbert twice, stud running back Maurice Jones-Drew has had enough.
Jones unleashed on all of Gabberts targets via the Florida Times-Union.
“OK, I’m going to hit this target,” he said.
“For that coach to come out...
Texans hosting FB Greg Jones today. I can confirm report they’ll bring in Tyrann Mathieu at some point before draft.
— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) March 26, 2013
In fact, if Greg Jones played in a city other than Jacksonville, he probably would have made a Pro Bowl by now. Vicious blocker. #Texans — Tania Ganguli (@taniaganguli) March 26, 2013
The Houston Texans are hosting...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Jacksonville Jaguars are bringing in free agent cornerback Mike Jenkins for a visit on Thursday.
Cowboys free-agent CB Mike Jenkins has a scheduled visit with the Jaguars for Thursday.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 26, 2013
The Jaguars could use a corner like Jenkins after releasing both Aaron Ross and Derek Cox this offseason....
Pro Football Talk is reporting that free agent CB Mike Jenkins will visit with Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday.
Previous reports have indicated that the Oakland Raiders have interest in the former Cowboys defensive back, but they haven’t setup an official visit with him just yet.
The Jaguars have had very quiet offseason, but are in the market for help at cornerback. Given where...
There is 32 days until the NFL Draft and fans in North Florida are still waiting for the Jacksonville Jaguars to impress with offseason moves.The team cannot hang its hat on the signings of second-line free agents and a re-signing of starting center Brad Meester.Jaguars general manager David Caldwell has repeatedly stated the team would not be a major player in the free agent market...