Found April 03, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
  All 32 teams are evaluating players and ensuring they are ready to draft the right player. For the Jacksonville Jaguars, the question becomes whether or not they believe a quarterback is worth taking with the second pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. The Jaguars seem to have faith in Blaine Gabbert, for some unknown reason, despite the fact that Chad Henne did exceptionally well for himself and has earned the right to be the starter in 2013... Read more

Should the Jaguars take a QB in the first round? Mock Draft 2.0

The Jaguars have a lot of holes on their roster.  Do they make the move to grab a QB at #2? 1 Chiefs - OT Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M After cutting RT Eric Winston, the Chiefs add Joeckel, the best tackle in this draft will will protect Alex Smith for years to come. 2 Jaguars - OT Eric Fisher, Central Michigan Not far behind Joeckel, and...

Jaguars open offseason program amid more change

Maurice Jones-Drew had four empty stalls to his right and two to his left. And dozens more scattered across the locker room. It was a clear sign of all the changes surrounding the Jacksonville Jaguars. The team opened its offseason conditioning program Tuesday with another new coaching staff, a new general manager and without several key starters from recent years. Jones-Drew...

NFL Team Draft Needs: Jacksonville Jaguars

1. Quarterback: I don't even really have to explain this one. Gabbert is really just an awful Quarterback. They may opt to give him another year, but Geno Smith is a big temptation for them. They've shown interest  and they may just pull the trigger at #2 overall.  2. Defensive End/Rush Linebacker: Jacksonville couldn't do anything to get to the Quarterback...

Lions land DT Mosley on 2-year deal

The Detroit Lions have agreed to a two-year contract with veteran defensive tackle C.J. Mosley. Agent Harold Lewis confirmed the deal to The Associated Press on Wednesday. Mosley was released by the Jacksonville Jaguars earlier this week. Mosley spent the last three seasons with the Jaguars, starting 15 games and recording 136 tackles. Mosley won a starting job last season. He...

Jacksonville Jaguars: Time Really is On Their Side

After listening to Mark Long of the Associated Press this morning on XL Primetime on 1010XL here in Jacksonville, I could not agree more with his assessment of the Jacksonville Jaguars.What they have more than anything on their side is time.We can safely assume this is a team in transition, reload, overload, whatever fans wish to call it. There is a plan in place by team owner Shad...

Lions Sign DT C.J. Mosley To A Two-Year Deal

Tim Twentyman reports that the Lions have signed former Jaguars DT C.J. Mosley to a two-year contract. Adam Caplan reported just a little while ago that an agreement between the two sides was expected to be coming at some point today. Mosley, 29, visited with Detroit on Tuesday, so they clearly moved quickly to get this deal done. The Lions were believed to be looking for some additional...

Jacksonville Jaguars: 5 Under the Radar Players in 2013 NFL Draft

I am a firm believer in building an NFL team through the Draft and signing key free agents.I guess you could say I follow a lot of the model Jaguars general manager David Caldwell has designed for the team and the upcoming 2013 season.I am also a firm believer in the fact the first round of this Draft will not make or break the team in 2013, rather it will enhance it.How can Jacksonville...
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