You might’ve heard NFL coaches say that you can never have enough cornerbacks. The problem for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2020 was that they didn’t have many and the few they had missed time with injuries.
When it comes to Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Tim Tebow, there are two camps. On one hand, his supporters see him as a hard worker, and leader. Also, they remember he was the engine that helped Florida win the BCS National Championship in 2008.
The Jacksonville Jaguars weren’t very good last season but there five reasons for fans to be optimistic in 2021, including their revamped secondary. The Jags new regime realized the secondary was one of the most glaring issues last season.
For the first time in several years, the Jacksonville Jaguars have a first-round receiver on their roster. Only this time, it isn't a player they drafted -- it is tryout player-turned-free agent addition Laquon Treadwell.
Being a first-round pick comes with a certain set of expectations. Things weren’t any different for EDGE rusher K’Lavon Chaisson, whom the Jacksonville Jaguars selected with the 20th overall selection in last year’s draft.
The Jackson Jaguars recently worked out former Atlanta Falcons and Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Laquon Treadwell. It seems like the tryout went well as they have announced they have signed the 2016 first-round selection.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have added more size to their wide receiver room, signing former first-round pick Laquon Treadwell on Friday after Treadwell tried out for the team during veteran minicamp earlier this week.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed WR Laquon Treadwell. To make room for Treadwell on the 90-man roster, the Jaguars have waived WR Jon’Vea Johnson. Treadwell, 26, was originally selected by the Vikings in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, selecting him 23rd overall.
Jacksonville Jaguars Ring of Honor (and one day Hall of Fame) wide receiver Jimmy Smith called into XL Primetime on 1010 XL Thursday afternoon to discuss his thoughts on the mishandling of the wide receiver position during the Doug Marrone era.
You may have probably heard that drastic times call for extreme measures. That’s probably the first thing the Jacksonville Jaguars thought after finishing the 2020 season 1-15, and if that didn’t cross their mind, they surely acted as if it did, as they cleaned house this offseason.
Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew recently made headlines because he changed haircuts for the second time this year. He’s also gotten the spotlight because he’s been the subject of trade talks this offseason.