BRAD MEESTER RUMORS & GOSSIP
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Mike Brewster has nailed down the starting center job for the Jacksonville Jaguars that was held for a virtual eternity by Brad Meester.
Maintaining that hold for an entire season could be tougher for him.
Since making the Jaguars as an undrafted rookie out of Ohio State in 2012, the native of Orlando has twice seen his year cut short because of injuries. Although...
Former Jacksonville Jaguars center Brad Meester grabbed attention with this horrible camo jacket that he wore to announce the Jags second round picks. They snagged Marqise Lee 39th overall, who should give Meester some tips on how to dress with style. [Bleacher Report]
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The Jacksonville Jaguars invited former center Brad Meester to announce their second round pick on Friday night, but they might have regretted that decision once they saw what he was wearing. The Iowa native broke out the redneckiest of redneck suits with this camo tux and, holy crap, that thing is hideous.
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- For someone not used to being the center of attention and certainly not used to catching passes, Brad Meester seemed very much at ease with both.
The Jacksonville Jaguars honored their longtime center with a ceremony on the field Sunday following their 20-16 loss to the Tennessee Titans in the final home game of his career. The four framed jerseys he received...
The Jacksonville Jaguars honored retiring center Brad Meester with a reception - the pass-catching kind.
The Jaguars called a screen play for the 14-year veteran who announced Wednesday that Sunday's game against Tennessee would be his home finale.
Meester spent his entire career in Jacksonville, and he was the only player announced in pregame introductions Sunday. The Jaguars...
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December 22, 2013
It’s rare to see an offensive lineman making a catch as an eligible receiver But that’s what Brad Meester, the center for the Jacksonville Jaguars did What makes the move more special is that it’s Meesters final home game for the team against the Tennessee Titans. Meester was drafted in the second round, 60th overall in the 2000 NFL Draft. He’s played his entire career...
Veteran Jaguars center Brad Meester announced this week that he would be retiring after the conclusion of this season, his 14th in the NFL. That means that Sunday’s game against the Titans would be Meester’s last home game in Jacksonville, and the Jags honored their snapper by calling his number during a first quarter drive in the red zone.
Meester caught a pass from Chad Henne...
Jacksonville Jaguars center Brad Meester is retiring after 14 seasons, walking away with franchise records for games played and started.
Meester announced his intentions Wednesday, saying Sunday's game against Tennessee will be his home finale. The Jaguars (4-10) end the season at Indianapolis on Dec. 29.
A second-round draft pick in 2000, the 36-year-old Meester has played...
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December 18, 2013
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Brad Meester never endured the hot-weather, football equivalent of having to trudge uphill to school through several feet of snow.
For that matter, ever since the Jacksonville Jaguars selected him in the second round of the 2000 NFL draft, not once has Meester been required to live out of a college dormitory during training camp. The Jaguars have always stayed...
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Feeling like he has another year in him and not wanting to end his career with the worst season in franchise history, veteran center Brad Meester decided Tuesday to keep playing.
Meester signed a one-year contract to play a 14th season with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
''I felt like I still had some left,'' Meester said. ''The last couple of years have been...