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This is the Future. Man it looks good! Source: footballnewsnow.comIt’s like a flood of positive feelings hitting Jacksonville (or so I imagine from my home in the lofty mountains of Montana). Shahid Khan, the soon-to-be owner of the Jaguars, is showing his support for the team and quietly learning the ropes of owning an NFL team. Beyond that, he marks the transition to more success better than the hiring of a new coach, GM, or franchise quarterback ever could. … [visit site to read more]What’s Next: Yes We Khan! - Black and Teal - Black and Teal - A Jacksonville Jaguars Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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Jacksonville Jaguars interim coach Mel Tucker shook up his staff on his first full day, firing receivers coach Johnny Cox and shuffling other assignments.
Tucker essentially made Cox the scapegoat for the team's poor offensive performance this season. The Jaguars (3-8) rank last in the NFL in offense and have been plagued by poor routes, dropped passes and inconsistent quarterback...
Pending Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid Khan is avoiding the limelight for now.
Khan says in a statement that he has turned down an invitation from outgoing Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver to attend Monday night's game against San Diego.
The Illinois businessman says he will be in New York to focus on the NFL Finance Committee's meeting Tuesday. The sale, reported to be worth...
If you'd like to see Wayne and Delores Weaver put in the Jaguars Ring of Honor, simply go to the online petition here and sign your name in support. Personally, no one has done more for the Jaguars as a franchise or the city of Jacksonville over the past 20 years than these two.
Jacksonville Jaguars interim coach Mel Tucker spent part of the season using crutches and an electric scooter. Nowadays, he has recovered enough from a torn quadriceps muscle to be limping around.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have fired wide receivers coach Johnny Cox.
By now, you're probably aware that Jack Del Rio was fired as head coach of the Jaguars. And just like that, we have our first official firing of the 2011 NFL season. Always good to get that first firing out of the way. I feel like it helps break the ice and lets other teams get on with the delightful business of putting bad head coaches out of work just before Christmas. I...