Going into the 2013, offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch was very optimistic about the group of tight ends he was going to work with, eight-year veteran Marcedes Lewis in particular. Year one for the offense under Fisch was all about learning and growing together, coaches and players tackling a new scheme head-on, together, one step at a time.
Lewis’s season would get off to a slow...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Jaguars TE Marcedes Lewis is expected to be back with the team next season.
Lewis has been mentioned as a potential roster cut given that he has yet to live up to the five-year, $35 million contract he received from the Jaguars back in 2011.
Lewis, 29, has a $6.7 million base salary for next season and the Jaguars could free up ...
Jacksonville Jaguars’ tight end Marcedes Lewis has had a very weird career. After being a first round pick in the 2006 NFL Draft that also saw Maurice Jones-Drew selected in the second round, the former UCLA star has been both the triumph and scorn of the Jacksonville fan-base throughout his career.
Historically the TE position for the Jaguars has been one of the rock solid spots...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis is making a strong case to stick around in 2014.
Lewis has 13 receptions for 172 yards and four touchdowns over the last four weeks. Eleven of those catches resulted in first downs. He also tied a franchise record Sunday with a TD catch in his fourth consecutive game, emerging as the team's top scoring threat...
Tight end Marcedes Lewis practiced on Wednesday for the first time in three weeks since re-injuring his calf, the Florida Times-Union reported.
Lewis took a limited number of reps in practice Wednesday, but Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said he expects Lewis to be able to increase that number on Thursday.
Now in his eighth season with the Jaguars, Lewis did not play in the first three...
Historically the tight end position for the Jacksonville Jaguars was one of the solid spots on the team. Always headlined by a strong and steady blocker they opened a number of holes for a potent running game. When Marcedes Lewis was drafted in 2006 he was initially thought of as a pass catch first type.
Those expectations coming out of the draft have fueled misconceptions about...
Marcedes Lewis slipped on his headphones after practice Saturday, sprawled out in front of his locker and closed his eyes.
No doubt it's been a while since the veteran tight end has been able to really relax in Jacksonville.
After signing a five-year, $35 million contract in August 2011, Lewis has endured two forgettable seasons with the Jaguars.
Following a 10-touchdown campaign...
TMZ caught up with Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis and asked him if he wants Tim Tebow on his team.
Lewis answered by saying no, since they’re looking for a long-term answer at quarterback and not a “project.”
The good news is that Jaguars general manager David Caldwell has already squashed any Tebow to Jacksonville rumors.
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Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis was asked if he would want Tim Tebow on his team, and he gave an honest answer.
Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis knows he has struggled this season. He doesn't need anyone to point it out, either.
Lewis remembers every dropped pass, every missed assignment and every wrong route. That's because the Pro Bowl tight end is his harshest critic.
He understands the whispers and occasional boos.
He's hopes to silence them, too, beginning...
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November 16, 2011