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Mike Mularkey wants his Jacksonville Jaguars to act like they have been there before when it comes to scoring touchdowns this season. Unfortunately, for many of them, they have not. Still, that has not stopped Mularkey from implementing a rule that stipulates the head coach donating $250 to a charitable organization every time the Jaguars simply hand the ball to the referee after scoring instead of celebrating with some ridiculous looking dance. It isn’t that Mularkey has an issue with watching his players dance. He would be all for that. It is more that Mularkey is worried about his team receiving a penalty following a touchdown celebration that results in an unsportsmanlike conduct flag. He knows that a team such as the Jaguars cannot afford any more penalties if they are to have a shot at actually winning some games this season. It is being reported that the Jags have scored 16 touchdowns thus far that have resulted in Mularkey making a charitable donation. For those in the readi...

Report: Tim Tebow Could be Traded to Jaguars From Jets Before Thursday's Trade Deadline

Tim Tebow could be headed home to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jaguars are attempting to trade for Tebow according to Steve Wrigley from Action Sports in Jacksonville. This isn't the first time that Tebow has been linked to his hometown of Jacksonville. Jaguars owner Shad Khan said that he would have drafted the former Florida Gators' quarterback. The trade...

Where are the Jaguars truly going this season? Week 9 preview.

The Jaguars are struggling with injuries and a lack of talent.  They should trade for Tebow and at least sell out the stadium.   Denver at Cincinnati - The Boncos and Peyton Manning have things rolling now on both sides of the ball.  Don't forget that the Broncos played great defense and special teams last season and they were able to run the ball.  You add...

Jaguars trying to trade for Tebow?

The Jaguars were one of the finalists for Tim Tebow before he was traded from Denver to the Jets, and it sounds like they may be making another play for him.

Jaguars Receiver Mike Thomas Traded to Lions for Undisclosed Draft Pick

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A year after giving Mike Thomas a new contract, the Jacksonville Jaguars are giving him a new home. The Jaguars traded Thomas to the Detroit Lions on Tuesday for an undisclosed draft pick. The trade makes sense for both sides. The Lions (3-4) lost receiver Nate Burleson for the season last week, so Thomas gives them depth behind Calvin Johnson...

Report: Jaguars trying to trade for Tim Tebow

According to Steve Wrigley of Action News in Jacksonville, the Jaguars are trying to make a trade for Jets quarterback Tim Tebow. Tebow has been nothing but a gimmick up in New York and could be a boost to a struggling small market team like the Jags. Even though the Jaguars drafted Blaine Gabbert in the first round of last year’s draft, Tebow could end up being what they need...

Thomas out, Jaguars turn to Shorts, Blackmon

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The emergence of receiver Cecil Shorts III made it easy for the Jacksonville Jaguars to part ways with Mike Thomas. The Jaguars traded Thomas to the Detroit Lions on Tuesday, creating more opportunities for Shorts and rookies Justin Blackmon and Kevin Elliott. "We're going to give a couple of other guys some chances to work in there and hopefully...

Jacksonville Jaguars Trying To Trade For Tim Tebow

The experiment with Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow in New York could be coming to an end, as it's being reported that the Jacksonville Jaguars are trying their hardest to get a trade deal for Tim Tebow, which could send him down to North Florida.According to TV station WTEV Action Sports, the team is attempting a trade for the backup quarterback.It's unknown if Tebow, if traded...

Report: Jaguars making late push for Tim Tebow

With the NFL trade deadline approaching, plenty of phone calls are being made. But possibly none bigger than the Jaguars possible acquisition of Tim Tebow from the New York Jets. Steve Wrigley of  Action News in Jacksonville is reporting that the Jaguars are making a strong push in landing the three-year QB from the struggling Jets. Could Tim Tebow be shipped to Jacksonville? ...

With Thomas out, Jaguars turn to Shorts, Blackmon

(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By MARK LONG AP Sports Writer The emergence of receiver Cecil Shorts III made it easy for the Jacksonville Jaguars to part ways with Mike Thomas. The Jaguars traded Thomas to the Detroit Lions on Tuesday, creating more opportunities for Shorts and rookies Justin Blackmon and Kevin Elliott. ''We're going to give a couple of other guys...

Detroit Lions can’t look past Jacksonville

The Jacksonville Jaguars are 1-6, in the cellar of the AFC South, and haven’t won a game at home yet this year. Looking at this matchup, it’s obviously a game that the Detroit Lions should win. The game will be played in Jacksonville, and airs at 1:05p.m. on Fox. In the NFL this season, with parity at an all-time high, if the Lions take that attitude into this game they will...

Report linking Tebow trade talks to the Jaguars pulled

At some point at least once per year, the Jacksonville Jaguars are linked to Tim Tebow. During the offseason, Tebow was seemingly traded to the Jets before the deal nearly collapsed, bringing the Jaguars into play. It never worked out for the Jaguars, and Tebow was shipped to New York. Once again, the Jaguars have been linked to Tim Tebow by a report that came out today -- kind of...
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