The Jacksonville Jaguars will be looking to bounce back as a team from a rough outing last season. Just because no one expected them to be good, didn’t mean there weren’t disappointments on this roster. These three guys in particular were expected to have much better seasons then they did. If they play up to expectations in 2015, the Jaguars will surprise a lot of teams.
Chris Clemons didn't participate in most of Jacksonville's offseason program this year, but what little he did see left him impressed. The defensive end attended last week's mandatory minicamp after skipping the team's voluntary sessions and came away optimistic about the direction the team is heading.“You can just see the excitement of the guys,’’ Clemons said, via Vito...
The Jacksonville Jaguars can finally the questions about Chris Clemons not appearing at the Jacksonville Jaguars OTAs last week to rest. The defensive end was in Jacksonville on Monday and the center of attention with the media on Tuesday. Now that all players on the roster who are not listed as injured are accounted for, can we finally put the talk about the former Georgia player...
Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Chris Clemons wasn't looking for more money or trying to avoid injury.
The 12-year veteran skipped the voluntary portion of the team's offseason program because ''it's the way I focus, the way I get in my zone.''
After missing 10 organized team activities and dozens of meetings and weightlifting sessions, Clemons showed up for the start of a...
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20 days ago
Jaguars defensive end Chris Clemons has spent 10 years in the league and has shown flashes of being a great pass rusher.
In three out of the four years that he spent in Seattle, Clemons racked up more than 11 sacks. In his entire tenure with the Seahawks, he had 38 sacks, 164 total tackles and 10 forced fumbles.
Those were clearly the best years of his career, but after a down year...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Chris Clemons is vowing to be more productive this season.
The 33-year-old Clemons, who skipped the voluntary part of the team's offseason training program, showed up for the start of a mandatory, three-day minicamp Tuesday and took part in the two-hour practice.
Clemons checked in at 248 pounds - down about 12 pounds from...
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20 days ago
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Chris Clemons has reported for the team's mandatory minicamp.
Clemons arrived in Jacksonville on Monday and is expected to be a full participant when the Jaguars take the field Tuesday for the first day of the three-day camp.
Clemons skipped the team's 10 organized team activities. Since the workouts were voluntary, the...
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21 days ago
Hopefully the wait will be over for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Hopefully Chris Clemons, the veteran defensive end will return to Jacksonville for the team’s mandatory veteran minicamp next week.
At least that is what head coach Gus Bradley and the team’s coaching staff is expecting June 16-18.
The Jaguars’ second leading sack artist from last year has been MIA from the last...
In light of how the referees have reacted in recent weeks to incidental contact it is a little surprising that the Jaguars did not lose Chris Clemons for the game after he accidentally knocked the refs hat off.It will not be shocking to see him get fined later in the week though...
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During free agency, the Jacksonville Jaguars really targeted the defensive line, making sure they upgraded the pass rush that was one of the worst in the league in 2013.
Now, one of those free agent acquisitions, defensive end Chris Clemons, according to a report, has ‘peeved’ head coach Gus Bradley. No matter how big or how small, Bradley isn’t the type of person I want to...