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1. Defensive End The Jacksonville Jaguars sent eight different defensive ends onto the field in 2012 in an effort to find someone who could get to the quarterback. All eight men failed, which means significant changes are coming this offseason. This will likely be the position the address with the No. 2 overall pick, potentially targeting Bjoern Werner or Damontre Moore. 2. Offensive Line Eugene Monroe has developed into a strong left tackle, but he can’t keep Blaine Gabbert on his feet by himself. Cameron Bradfield and Guy Whimper tried, and failed, to win the right tackle job this season and a new face will likely be added to the mix this offseason. The could also be looking for a new center if 35-year-old Brad Meester is not re-signed. 3. Wide Receiver Justin Blackmon will be expected to take the next step in his sophomore year, but more help is needed. Cecil Shorts has shown some promise, but he is better suited to play in the slot. If the Jaguars could add another flanker to pa...
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Over the course of the off-season we’ll be looking back at some of the rookie seasons from 2012 in the hopes that we can get a feel for what their 2013 fantasy football season holds and whether or not we should target them in drafts. Today the review subject is Justin Blackmon.
The numbers (nearly 153 fantasy points) and the rank – 29th amongst wide receivers in yahoo PPR...
TMZ caught up with Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis and asked him if he wants Tim Tebow on his team.
Lewis answered by saying no, since they’re looking for a long-term answer at quarterback and not a “project.”
The good news is that Jaguars general manager David Caldwell has already squashed any Tebow to Jacksonville rumors.
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Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis was asked if he would want Tim Tebow on his team, and he gave an honest answer.
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Mark Brunell: Brunell was the face of the Jaguars for the first nine years of their existence. He still owns most of Jacksonville’s major passing records. Brunell played from day one in Jacksonville after the team traded a third- and...
The Jaguars added three more members to their coaching staff Monday, including one with close ties to coach Gus Bradley.
Todd Wash, Bradleys defensive line coach the last two years in Seattle and a fellow alum of North Dakota State, was let out of his contract by Seahawks coach Pete Carroll to join the Jaguars in the same capacity.
Also hired were Luke Butkus as assistant...
The Buccaneers are slowly but surely filling the vacancies of their coaching staff. It is being reported today that the Bucs have hired Jaguars’ 2012 secondary coach Tony Oden. https://twitter.com/coachingsearch/status/296612963022938112 Oden also served as the Texans (2004-2005) and Saints (2006-2011) secondary coach. The post Bucs hire new defensive backs...
NFL Draft: 2013 NFL Mock Draft – Round 2 - 2013 Big Board
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GM Gene Smith
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Jaguars general manager David Caldwell has been very transparent and upfront about the Jaguars' new draft strategy as they head towards the 2013 NFL draft in April. The Jaguars will draft for need at the top of the draft and possibly pick the "best available player" in the latter rounds of the event.
Under normal circumstances, there's a consensus top pick in...
Whether it is buying low in trade, snatching up a waiver wire gem, or drafting a rookie, hitting on a wide receiver in a dynasty league can set your team up for years of success. Nailing down a stud WR1 is everyone’s goal, but usually it’s the strong WR3’s and WR4’s that really separate the juggernauts from the middle of the pack. We all talked about the coming storm that...
There are significant changes to the Top 32 and positional rankings. There will be additional changes as more coaches and players are interviewed and further film is evaluated in the coming weeks. The 2013 NFL Draft is a good one if a team needs offensive and defensive linemen and safeties. However, teams that need skill position talent at quarterback and running back...