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One of the most underrated post draft activities is the chase for undrafted free agents. Teams can find diamonds in the rough by combing though their draft boards and finding out who is left.
According to Jaguars.com, in the everlasting quest for talent, the Jaguars have signed 24 rookie free agents.
Georgia Tech DT T.J. Barnes
Cincinnati LB Maalik Bomar
Delaware CB Marcus Burley
Tulsa RB Willie Carter
Rutgers OT R.J. Dill
Ole Miss DT Uriah Grant
Nevada LB Jeremiah Green
Western Michigan DE Paul Hazel
Georgia DT Abry Jones
Southern Oregon WR Cole McKenzie
Arizona State WR Jamal Miles
Massachusetts G Stephane Milhim
San Jose State TE Ryan Otten
N.C. State WR Tobias Palmer
Florida State FB Lonnie Pryor
Nebraska TE Kyler Reed
Virginia OLB LaRoy Reynolds
Vanderbilt QB Jordan Rodgers
Arizona QB Matt Scott
Texas A&M Steven Terrell
Alabama LS Carson Tinker
Murray State OT Roderick Tomlin
Vanderbilt CB Trey Wilson
Illinois State LB Mike Zimmer
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Denard Robinson is going back to college with a little NFL experience.
The former Michigan star made his debut with Jacksonville on Friday, showing off his speed and versatility as the Jaguars opened a three-day rookie minicamp.
The only negative was that the Jaguars won't get to see more for a while. Robinson headed back to Ann Arbor following practice for his college graduation...
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Justin Blackmon Suspension Is Cause For Concern
The NFL’s announcement that second year wide receiver Justin Blackmon would be suspended for the first four games of the 2013 regular season is certainly a cause for concern. In addition to the obvious reason for unease that this creates, it is occurring because is his second violation...
According to Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com, even though Justin Blackmon has been suspended by the NFL for violating their substance abuse policy, the Jaguars don’t plan on releasing him.
New general manager Dave Caldwell and new coach Gus Bradley might have inherited Blackmon from the previous regime, but that doesn’t mean they don’t like him.
Blackmon was widely regarded as the...
As we all know by now, Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon was suspended this week for violating the NFL’s Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse, but that doesn't mean it's the end of the road for the 2nd-year player who has seen his share of off-field issues.
GM Dave Caldwell threw his support behind Blackmon earlier this week, and now head coach Gus Bradley...
The NFL has suspended Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver
Justin Blackmon, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. The NFL later confirmed
the report, noting that Blackmon was suspended for violating the league’s substance
Jaguars former first-round pick WR Justin Blackmon is being suspended four games by the NFL, per league sources. More on NFL Live now.
— Adam Schefter...
New coach, new uniforms, new draft picks, new hope.Welcome to the new look of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Does the newness of this team translate to more wins in the 2013 season? That remains to be seen. I have a sneaking suspicion that this will be a better franchise this year, but wins may be hard to come by. Four games against Houston and Indianapolis do not help this team.What...
“I've made a mistake and I have no excuse. I am truly sorry and disappointed in myself for putting the Jaguars in this situation, and I look forward to putting this behind me and maturing and growing as a person."
This was Jaguars Wide Receiver Justin Blackmon's public response after being suspended four games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy...
The Jaguars aren't ready to cut ties with troubled wideout Justin Blackmon despite his recent suspension. SOURCE: ESPN.comFantasy Spin:Blackmon had an embarrassing DUI arrest last offseason and now he's been suspended for the first four games of next season after violating the league's substance abuse policy. The Oklahoma State star has incredible talent but he won'...
The Jaguars did not need this right now.Fresh off a great weekend where the team took the NFL by the horns and drafted players who could help this franchise grow, now Jacksonville and its management must decide if they want to continue to invest in one of the best young receivers to come out of college in the past decade.Forget about wins and losses, this is more a matter of life...
The Jacksonville Jaguars may have hit a home run with last week’s Draft, nabbing top prospect Luke Joeckel with the second selection Thursday night, but it does not mean their work should be done.As a team in transition, a work in progress, a team starting over or whatever the team is following this franchise, there is still a need for quality players, starters and depth.According...