JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- After giving up an average of 466 yards in three losses, the Jacksonville Jaguars have made two changes to their starting defense.
Second-year safety Josh Evans, who filled in for the injured Johnathan Cyprien at Washington, will start in place of Winston Guy beginning with Sunday's game at San Diego. J.T. Thomas, who has been backing up Paul Posluszny at...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) The Jacksonville Jaguars have benched two more starters.
Coach Gus Bradley made the moves Wednesday, sitting down safety Winston Guy and linebacker LaRoy Reynolds in favor of backups Josh Evans and J.T. Thomas. Evans and Thomas will start Sunday at San Diego (2-1).
Evans started 11 games as a rookie last year, but lost his job to Guy after injuring a shoulder...
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September 24, 2014
Joe Shlabotnik, Flickr Creative CommonsThe Jacksonville Jaguars host the Houston Texans on Thursday Night Football this week, in a match-up that features two teams desperate to show the NFL and its fans that they are still viable talents that can win any given game.On a side note, defensive tackle Jeremy Mincey is no longer in the doghouse of head coach Gus Bradley after sleeping...
The Jacksonville Jaguars won't have any training camp holdouts.
The team and sixth-round draft pick Josh Evans agreed to terms Thursday on a rookie contract. The last of the team's eight draft picks to be under contract, the safety from Florida is expected to sign Monday. Under the rookie slotting system, he should get a signing bonus around $130,000.
With Evans agreeing...
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July 18, 2013
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed their entire draft class after the Thursday deal with Josh Evans.
A sixth-round pick from Florida, Evans agreed to terms on Thursday. He was the last of the Jaguars' eight picks to sign.
The 6-foot, 205-pound Evans started 24 games at Florida. The safety had 154 tackles and five interceptions.
For the past six months we’ve been hearing multiple different excuses for Florida losing to Louisville in the Sugar Bowl. We’ve heard that the team was unmotivated and had nothing to play for. Fans of opposing teams are going as far as saying Florida was drastically overrated just to get out of crediting Louisville for beating an SEC team in a BCS Bowl Game.
One former Florida...