Marcedes Lewis slipped on his headphones after practice Saturday, sprawled out in front of his locker and closed his eyes.
No doubt it's been a while since the veteran tight end has been able to really relax in Jacksonville.
After signing a five-year, $35 million contract in August 2011, Lewis has endured two forgettable seasons with the Jaguars.
Following a 10-touchdown campaign in 2010 that earned Lewis a trip the Pro Bowl, the team rewarded him with a new deal that included nearly $17 million guaranteed. It also brought huge expectations, which Lewis has admittedly failed to meet.
But with a revamped offensive line and another new coaching staff, Lewis has high hopes for 2013.
''I just feel good about being here, and it's about time,'' Lewis said.
Lewis, 29, certainly didn't feel good the last two seasons.
When the 6-foot-6, 272-pound Californian arrived for training camp in 2011, his mind was still 3,000-miles away. And he spent the entire season more concerned about an u...