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Jacksonville Jaguars rookie linebacker Michael Lockley has been promoted to the active roster from the practice squad, according to a league source. The Jaguars are expected to place tight end Martin Rucker on injured reserve. The athletic second-team All-Sun Belt Conference selection recorded 120 tackles as a senior last season, 10 for losses and four blocked kicks. The 6-foot-1, 237-pounder ran the 40-yard dash in 4.56 and 4.62 seconds at his campus Pro Day workout. Source: Scout.com
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The Jaguars are promoting Michael Lockley from the teams practice squad. If you remember, Lockley was fined by the league in the preseason for his hit on Patriots wide receiver Taylor Price.
Like it or not, a win is exactly what the Jaguars don't need, and it's exactly what the players will be trying to do. I'm not saying they shouldn't be trying to beat the Colts this weekend in Indianapolis. In fact, they should, as players, be trying to win 62-0. When you look at it long-term, however, the Jaguars may be better off losing to the Colts twice this...
Via Alfie Crow at BCC:
"The Jaguars had a bye this past week, so there is no game ball to give out. I will however give out a mid-season game ball, essentially a mid-season MVP award. I've seen a lot of people want to give it to kicker Josh Scobee, because he hasn't missed a field goal yet this season and he's drilled some great kicks. I think the mid-season...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have promoted
rookie linebacker Mike Lockley to the active roster and placed
tight end Martin Rucker on injured reserve with a back injury.
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Looking forward to celebrating again Source: football-news.org.ukWhile some of us have given up hope on the playoffs, the super bowl, and contention for the AFC South crown, there are still things to hope for in Jacksonville. Entering the second half of the season, the only chance the Jags have at making the playoffs is if they somehow manage to win eight straight and finish 10...
The Colts have proved one of the more difficult opponents historically for the Jacksonville Jaguars, especially during trips to Indianapolis.
The Jaguars would appear to have a prime opportunity to earn a rare win there Sunday, while the Colts might view Jacksonville's visit as an ideal chance to avoid dropping to 0-10 for the first time since 1997.
The Jaguars (2-6) have lost...