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The Jacksonville Jaguars have deactivated Montell Owens and are going with Keith Toston at running back against Tennessee on Sunday, their fifth running back to start this season.
The Jaguars put Maurice Jones-Drew on injured reserve Friday, and Owens had started the previous three games. Owens wasn't on the injury report as the Jaguars went with Toston, whose last game running the ball was Dec. 12, 2010, when he had five carries for 22 yards for the Rams at New Orleans.
The Jaguars also have deactivated offensive linemen Eben Britton and Uche Nwaneri (concussion) with Steve Vallos starting at right guard for Nwaneri.
The Titans will start Byron Stingily at right tackle instead of Mike Otto. with fullback Quinn Johnson starting with tight end Craig Stevens (concussion) out.
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It seems the Jaguars go through a rebuilding effort annually and this year will be no different.
Owner Shad Kahn has started his evaluation of the Jacksonville Jaguars and obviously he didn’t see much good.
Kahn has started the rebuilding process with the expected firing of GM Geno Smith according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Head Coach Mike Mularkey’s future will be determined...
Updating an earlier note, Keith Toston will get the start at running back for Jacksonville Sunday against Tennessee. Richard Murphy had originally been slated to start after Montell Owens tweaked his knee in pregame warmups.Fantasy Spin:Wait, who? Toston hasn't played in a game since he was with the Rams back in 2010. No good can come from the Jaguars' backfield situation...
Welcome to Black Monday. The front office carousel is expected to spin just as hard and maybe even more so than the coaching one does on the first day after the regular season concludes. Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan has made his first major move of the off-season in firing general manager Gene Smith.
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Jaguars rookie Justin Blackmon was the first receiver off the board in the 2012 NFL Draft, and he'll also finish first in receiving yardage among rookies this season with 865. Blackmon had 79 yards and a touchdown on six catches Sunday.Fantasy Spin:Blackmon barely squeaked by third-rounder T.Y. Hilton (861). Blackmon had 615 of his 865 yards in the final seven games after Chad...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have fired general manager Gene Smith after four disappointing seasons, including the worst year in franchise history.
Owner Shad Khan made the announcement Monday.
Coach Mike Mularkey could be next. Khan is waiting to decide Mularkey's fate until he hires a new general manager, which could happen this week.
Mularkey failed to make the Jaguars (2-14...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have officially moved on from general manager Gene Smith.
Jags owner Shahid Khan announced that the team is parting ways with general manager Gene Smith.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 31, 2012
I guess it didn’t take long for drafting a punter in the third round of last year’s draft to catch up with Smith. Drafting Blaine Gabbert in 2011...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have announced that the team is parting ways with general manager Gene Smith. The Jaguars will honor the remaining two years on Smith’s contract.
“I met with Gene Smith this morning to inform him of my decision to go in a new direction and thank him for his dedication to the Jaguars since the inception of the franchise,” owner Shahid Khan said...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that sources have informed him that the Jacksonville Jaguars will indeed fire GM Gene Smith next week.
Schefter specifically mentions that Cardinals’ Jason Licht and 49ers’ Tom Gamble could both be candidates to replace Smith as general manager.
Gamble has been somewhat of a hot commodity in recent days. There have been a number of rumors connecting...
The Jacksonville Jaguars fired general manager Gene Smith the day after the team completed a 2-14 season. "I met with Gene Smith this morning to inform him of my decision to go in a new direction and thank him for his dedication to the Jaguars since the inception of the franchise," Jaguars owner Shad Khan said in a statement. "I am personally appreciative for his...
The Jacksonville Jaguars will fire general manager Gene Smith, ESPN.com reported Sunday. Sources told ESPN that Arizona Cardinals director of player personnel Jason Licht and San Francisco 49ers director of player personnel Tom Gamble are the top candidates for the job. The Jaguars reportedly want to keep coach Mike Mularkey, but the new general manager will be left to make that...
Even with a recent report that Jets quarterback Tim Tebow could end up with the Jacksonville Jaguars next season, Arthur Arkush of ProFootballWeekly.com says it’s probably a stretch to believe that he’ll be a Jaguar in 2013.
After doing a little digging, we hear that categorizing his arrival in Jacksonville after the season as imminent is a major stretch.
Khan’s prior interest...
Jacksonville Jaguars (2-13) at Tennessee Titans (5-10)
Aside from this being a divisional matchup, this is a completely meaningless game for these two teams. Both are out of the playoffs by a long shot. I have a rule against making significant plays on completely meaningless games. If the teams might not care about a game, I shouldn’t either. There’s just no way to predict what...
I didn't do Enemy Intelligence this week. Given the nature of Week 17 and two teams going absolutely nowhere, my only prediction is that if one team cares, it will win the game. If neither team cares or, somehow, some way, both teams care, the Titans are slightly better than the Jaguars and playing at home. The line of TEN -4 looks reasonable to me, but anything from a close...