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Jacksonville coach Jack Del Rio said he will work out punters Tuesday, two
days after Matt Turk's 22-yarder helped the Cincinnati Bengals hand
the Jaguars a fourth consecutive loss.
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1.) Jack Del Rio may have crossed the point of no return with this one. I will say that the team still stands behind him, vehemently defending him in post-game interviews and taking the brunt of the blame on themselves for poor execution. Everyone had the right words to say after the disappointing loss and if there’s any positive, it’s that the players still seem to believe in...
The Jaguars will work out punters on Tuesday, coach Jack Del Rio said. They've been unhappy with Matt Turk's performances this year and could make a change according to Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union. Del Rio did not commit to making that change yet, though. "When you have seven punts on the day and one of them's good, that's not going to work for you...
In Jacksonville, Jack Del Rio’s future no longer seems like an open-ended question. Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union writes that it “seems like only a matter of time” before Del Rio is let go. We’ve heard the same thing from Vito Stellino of the same paper; the only question is when Del Rio goes.…
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Matt Turk is out of a job after a poor performance on Sunday against the Bengals. The Jaguars cut the veteran punter, signing Nick Harris to replace him.