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The Jacksonville Jaguars announced that tight end Zach Miller has been placed on injured reserve. A 2009 sixth-round pick out of Nebraska-Omaha, Miller has caught 45 passes for 470 yards and four touchdowns in 33 games the last two-plus seasons. The 27-year-old had just four receptions for 42 yards and a touchdown in four games this season, as he missed Week 1 with a knee injury and was attempting to play through a shoulder injury the last few weeks. Source: Mac's Football Blog
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David Garrard isn’t likely to play for the Raiders or any other team this season because he needs surgery on his back. His agent Al Irby isn’t happy about the fact. And he’s blaming the Jaguars for the mess. “At $500,000 per game, they knew he would be down 4-6 weeks. They didn’t want to…
It is that time again as I have now finished the offensive line breakdown from the week 6 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. While the first half was not perfect, it was above average and the offense as a whole seemed to have good rhythm and jump early on. The second half was a different story. I kind of relate it to a NASCAR driver saying he had a great car until the engine...
David Garrard's back became a body part of national interest yesterday when its need for surgery prevented him from auditioning for the job of Oakland Raiders starting quarterback.
Today, despite the fact that he won't be playing in the NFL this year, the intrigue surrounding his back continues.
According to Garrard's agent, Al Irby, the Jaguars knew about Garrard'...
The Jaguars showed how desperate they are for help at the wide receiver position Tuesday when they agreed to terms with Mike Sims-Walker, who was cut by the Rams.
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