Scott Brown (the ESPN.com reporter for the Pittsburgh Steelers) ironically was the one who just broke the news on Monday afternoon that the Ravens signed veteran guard Will Rackley.
Ht: 6′ 3″ Wt: 310 Age: 24
Born: 10/11/1989, Riverdale, Georgia
NFL Experience: 4th season
Drafted: 2011 – Rd 3
(76th overall by the Jaguars)
This is a value signing...
The Ravens announced six roster moves on Monday including three signings and three players who were waived.
Baltimore added RB Shaun Chapas, OG Will Rackley and TE Phillip Supernaw to their roster.
Rackley, 24, has the most experience of the trio after starting 25-of-26 games for the Jaguars during his stay with the team. Chapas, 26, was drafted in the seventh round of the...
The Jacksonville Jaguars announced Monday they have agreed to terms with 17 rookie free agents, including University of Miami quarterback Stephen Morris, and released Will Rackley, their starting left guard for most of the 2013 season.
Morris went undrafted last week after the 6-foot-2, 218-pound Miami native spent four years with the Hurricanes, arting every game for them as a junior...
The Jacksonville Jaguars announced that they have signed 17 undrafted free agents on Monday, including Miami QB Stephen Morris.
However, according to Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times Union, the Jaguars also released veteran OL Will Rackley and WR Jeremy Ebert.
Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post reports that the Jaguars also released FB Shaun Chapas on Monday.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have added guard Will Rackley to the injury report with a concussion.
Rackley, who has started 11 of 13 games this season, reported symptoms Saturday morning. He is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Buffalo. Rackley first sustained a concussion Oct. 27 against San Francisco in London and missed the next two games. He started the last three...
Via AP on Fox
December 14, 2013
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...