Jaguars five-year draft review: Little success with Top 10 picks

For the seventh year in a row, the Jacksonville Jaguars will have one of the first 10 picks in the NFL draft. No other team can come close to making a similar claim. While two of those selections were the result of trades rather than poor records the year before, the inability to get much out of the players they selected is why the Jaguars find themselves stuck in this rut. Pretty...
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May 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Jacksonville Jaguars’ draft history shows that there are no guarantees whatsoever

Nothing in the NFL is a perfect fit. The Jacksonville Jaguars can tell you that just as much as any team in the league. While this is the 20th Draft for this franchise, the Jaguars have had their share of hits and misses when it comes to first round talent. The 1995 Draft, its inaugural one, proved to be solid but not spectacular. The 1998 Draft gave the team two cornerstones of...
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May 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Jacksonville Jaguars: Ranking Their No. 1 Draft Picks Since 2000

Hindsight and the NFL Draft should go hand and hand. After a year or two, teams, fans and the media wonder what would happen, had the team picked so and so.Oh, if they only had to do it all again.The Jacksonville Jaguars are no different. They have had a few hits, but many more misses in the first round of the draft. From 2000-2013 there have been plenty of heartaches and plenty...
Via Football Nation
March 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Former NFL Draft Bust Fails To Make It in CFL

Former Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver and 2004 first round NFL Draft bust Reggie Williams has just been waived by the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts during final cuts, according to the team’s official website. Photo Credit: “Big Mike” Williams was also cut earlier in the offseason.  The 6-4, 212-pound wide out also spent a few months with the Sacramento Mountain...
Via Gridiron Grit
June 23, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 Fantasy Football Preview: Jacksonville Jaguars

The one thing the Jacksonville Jaguars have been lacking since the days of Jimmy Smith and Keenan McCardell is the presence of playmakers on offense.While the team spent draft picks on Matt Jones and Reggie Williams in the past and hoped there would be a spark in the offense, the team and fans have been left disappointed. Over the last three years, while some efforts have worked...
Via Football Nation
May 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Homeless guy in Peerless Price Buffalo Bills jersey

This is a homeless guy selling Streetwise and rocking a Peerless Price Buffalo Bills jersey. What better way to get people to give you more money than to wear the jersey of someone that absolutely no one else in America would wear. You know times are tough if he’s wearing a Peerless Price jersey. Short of wearing a Reggie Williams Jacksonville Jaguars or Troy Williamson Minnesota...
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August 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Jags: Blackmon must look in mirror

According to information supplied by various people close enough to Justin Blackmon to know, the Jacksonville Jaguars' first-round draft choice never met R. Jay Soward or Reggie Williams or Matt Jones or Jimmy Smith. But with his arrest early Sunday morning arrest on a DUI charge, the player chosen with the fifth overall pick in the NFL Draft six weeks ago has been lumped with...
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June 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Jaguars' official: Blackmon must 'take ownership of situation'

According to information supplied by various people close enough to Justin Blackmon to know, the Jacksonville first-rounder never met R. Jay Soward or Reggie Williams or Matt Jones or Jimmy Smith. But with his early Sunday morning arrest for DUI, the player chosen with the fifth overall pick in the NFL draft six weeks ago has been lumped with many of the troubled wide receivers in...
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June 05, 2012  |  Discuss

NFL Draft: 10 Biggest Wide Receiver Busts in the Last 20 Years

Honorable Mention: Travis Taylor (BALT), Troy Edwards (PITT), Thomas Lewis (NYG), RaShaun Woods (SF), Rae Carruth (CAR) 10. Sylvester Morris - 2000 - 21st to KC Sylvester Morris was drafted 21st overall by the Kansas Chiefs in the 2000 NFL Draft. An FCS-school product, Morris was a productive and dominant player at Jackson State. Although raw like many small-school alumni, Morris...
Via Football Nation
April 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Gene Smith can't be gun shy

Gene Smith can't be shy if he wants to add top talent at WR for the Jaguars. Since the Gene Smith era began at the beginning of 2009, the Jacksonville Jaguars have been shy about spending money on wide receivers. There's a very legitimate reason for that. The Jaguars have been bitten in a big way in the past when it comes to receivers. Certainly Reggie Williams...
Via The Jaggernaut
February 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Love it or Hate it — Wide Receivers

Brian Quick catches a 58-yard TD. Is Quick the next small school GM Gene product? This past year was quite possibly the most pathetic showing of wide receivers in Jaguars history, OK, not possibly, it was. That’s including the years with Matt Jones and Reggie Williams. The wide receivers this year tanked and didn’t show any signs of improvement until the end of the year, which...
Via Black And Teal
January 17, 2012  |  Discuss
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