Found April 25, 2012 on
Over the past few weeks, there have been a handful of mock drafts around the internet that have projected wide receiver Justin Blackmon to slide out of the top 10. I'm here to tell you that won't be happening.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are the centerpiece team in terms of drafting Blackmon, and they're the reason that he cannot fall out of the top 10. Yesterday, Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union said, "The Jaguars have sent a lot of their scouts to the OSU campus to interview Monken about everything related to Blackmon." That combined with Jaguars.com senior writer, John Oehser's continued insistance that the Jaguars would draft Blackmon if he's still available at 7th overall seem to indicate that Blackmon is a sure top 10 pick.
The Jaguars aren't the only team that may be interested in drafting Blackmon, however. The Vikings, Browns, Rams, and the Bills all seem to be legitimate potential landing places for Blackmon inside the top 10 in the N...
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter via Evan Silva, the Jacksonville Jaguars are interested in trading up in order to target Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon.
“The Jaguars would love to find a way to get (him),” said Schefter
No matter who starts at quarterback, the Jaguars need a number one receiver and Blackmon could be that player if they’re able to land him.
Despite Terrance Knighton's eye injury, he's still spending time with his team, and he's apparently in good spirits according to @JaguarsInsider.
Great to see Terrance Knighton in the building today hanging with teammates.Focused on recovery and is in great spirits.
— jaguarsinsider (@jaguarsinsider) April 26, 2012
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Matt Peterson tracks the offseason needs of every team in the league. Today’s franchise, the Jacksonville Jaguars [full archive here].
Season Recap: After trading up and selecting QB Blaine Gabbert in last year’s draft, the Jaguars had a bit of hope for the future, but Gabbert struggled mightily in his rookie season. The defense played well, but the offense simply couldn’t...
The Jacksonville Jaguars are trying to get one over on the in-state rival Miami Dolphins by flaunting their No. 7 pick in order to get Ryan Tannehill. The Jaguars personnel have insisted on the record that Miami will take Tannehill, something the team has denied. Meanwhile stories have emerged from 'anonymous sources' that Miami owner Stephen Ross is set on taking the quarterback...
"People know Miami's going to take [Tannehill]," said Jaguars director of player personnel Terry McDonough on Pete Prisco's radio show Tuesday.
That's right. People do know that, or do they? The Jacksonville Jaguars have a lot at stake in promoting the already widespread belief that the Dolphins are set to take Ryan Tannehill. The Jaguars pick at 7th overall...
Shahid Khan, billionaire owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars has gone “out of bounds,” say workers and community residents who plan to confront the NFL with concerns about the Illinois businessman on Draft Day on April 26th in New York.
Khan bought the Jaguars in November of 2011 for $760 million, with a fortune earned during his rags-to-riches rise from an immigrant engineer...
The Jacksonville Jaguars finished the 2011 season 5-11 and last made the playoffs in 2007. Since going 11-5 that year Jacksonville is 25-39 with two last place finishes in the AFC South. The Houston Texans are the class of the division now with the Colts and Jaguars rebuilding and the Titans good, but not [...]