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The Jacksonville Jaguars have placed guard Will Rackley on injured reserve, ending his season and creating depth issues along the offensive line.
Rackley sustained a high ankle sprain early in training camp and re-injured it last week. He joins guard Jason Spitz and center John Estes on injured reserve. It means undrafted rookie Mike Brewster from Ohio State could play a pivotal backup role for Jacksonville this season.
Brewster was one of four undrafted players who made Jacksonville's 53-man roster Friday night. Safety Antwon Blake, receiver Kevin Elliott and linebacker Julian Stanford are the others.
The Jaguars released/waived safety Courtney Greene, defensive tackle Corvey Irvin, safety DB Rod Issac, cornerback Trumaine McBride, running back Richard Murphy, quarterback Jordan Palmer, offensive tackle William Robinson, CB Leigh Torrence and WR Demetrius Williams.
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Jacksonville Jaguars general manager Gene Smith told the Florida Times-Union on Wednesday that he has no intentions of trading holdout running back Maurice Jones-Drew. “Maurice is a Jaguar,” Smith told the newspaper before the team’s annual
Kickoff Luncheon. Asked if he’d consider dealing the 2011 NFL rushing leader, Smith said, “No.” Jones-Drew entered Day 35 of...
Holdout running back Maurice Jones-Drew is reporting to the Jacksonville Jaguars today, according to a report by ESPN’s Adam Schefter this morning. He had been holding out for a new contract, as his current one, which was front end loaded, now only pays him $4.4 million this year and $4.95 million in 2013, much lower than other top running backs.
Jones-Drew will not be...
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who held out of training camp and missed all of preseason in hopes for a new contract, will report to the team on Sunday, according to Adam Schefter.
Jones-Drew did not receive a new contract from the Jaguars. He has accrued $1.2 million in fines for the holdout, but the team may waive the fines.
Jones-Drew wanted a new deal...
I’m not as scared this year Juan…
I always love listening to Greg Cosell break down film. He talks NFL and film breakdown on Shutdown Corner, which you can listen to here.
He broke down film on several different QBs last week including Blaine Gabbert. Here is what he had to say about Mr Gabbert.
“It’s a very multiple run-game and here’s what the pass game is now to help...
Jacksonville, FL (Sports Network) - Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew has reportedly ended his holdout.Jones-Drew reported to the Jaguars on Sunday, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.Jacksonville's star running back was holding out in hopes of getting a new contract. Instead of a new deal, Jones-Drew amassed $1.2 million in fines during his absence.Jones-Drew...
Per Sources, Maurice Jones-Drew will report to the Jaguars training facility today.
Running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who held out from training camp in the hopes of getting a new contract, will report to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, a source familiar with the situation told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
The Jaguars did not give him a new contract, according to a source...
The Jaguars have had two big problems over the last few seasons, starting quarterback and putting people in the seats. The Jaguars' attendance has been horrible and the quarterback play even worse.They had a chance to attain a quarterback that made the playoffs last season and is arguably the most popular athlete in the history of the state of Florida. Unfortunately, the Jaguars...
Jacksonville Jaguars star running back Maurice Jones-Drew has ended his holdout, reporting for work today. Drew had missed the entire preseason and offseason due to displeasure with a contract that has two remaining years. He held out for 38 days. Now, the Jaguars have removed Jones-Drew from the reserve/did not report list.
Running back Maurice Jones-Drew has ended his holdout and reported to the Jaguars on Sunday, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
The holdout ends at 38 days, and MJD assured fantasy owners that he was safe, and hence stuck to his word by reporting to the Jaguars prior to Week 1. He should be worked back into the offense slowly behind Rashad Jennings though.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Kevin Elliott had a 77-yard touchdown reception, likely solidifying his spot on the regular-season roster, and the Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Atlanta Falcons 24-14 in their preseason finale Thursday night.
The teams took vastly different approaches to the game. The Jaguars played their offensive starters into the second quarter; the Falcons played just...