Jags kick tires on Massaquoi

AP

The Jaguars have plenty of needs.  Among them, thanks to the one-year experiment with Laurent Robinson, is the receiver position.

They’ve looked into addressing those needs by looking at a free-agent receiver.  PFT has confirmed that Mohamed Massaquoi visited the Jaguars on Monday.

A second-round pick in 2009, Massaquoi’s production has decreased in each of his four NFL seasons, as has his availability to play.  In 2012, hamstring problems limited Massaquoi to nine appearances.

17 responses to “Jags kick tires on Massaquoi

  1. He’s a good prospect. He’s been in Cleveland, people. Drafted from UGA, he’s long, rangy and still young. He won’t command a lot in FA because he’s been in Cleveland and hasn’t put up numbers. The kind of guy that can go up and get Blaine’s high misses :).

  2. johnnyjagfan says:Apr 2, 2013 1:51 PM

    He’s a good prospect. He’s been in Cleveland, people…..

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    That’s Funny right there!! This coming from a Jag’s fan like they are so much better!!

    I have watched him TRY play for 4 years. It doesn’t matter if Brady was throwing to him, BELIEVE me!

    Just Sayin’…Go Brownies!!

  3. Apparently they dont have the internet in jacksonville to see how terrible this guy is. Hes so fragile he may as well not wear any equipment at all. Besides if hes not good enough for cleveland, cleveland of all places he not suitable for any team not even the pitiful jags

  4. Go ahead Jax, sign him. He is a great receiver…….wink, wink, nod, nod………………..Just ask any Browns fan.

  5. Yup…a solid character guy who does good study only issues are he’s fragile and he does not catch the ball.
    All the coaches loved him here in CLE but damn he was frustrating to watch.

    Like the dumpster diving comment…sometimes you can find items with value…maybe the Jax clime will be good for him

  6. johnnyjagfan says:Apr 2, 2013 1:51 PM

    He’s a good prospect. He’s been in Cleveland, people…..

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    Haha, seriously? Getting condescended to by Jacksonville’s lone fan…that’s something I’ve never seen before. The only thing worse than being a bad team with potential is being a pathetic team with no future. Guess which one Jacksonville is?

    But really though, Blaine Gabbert is awesome.

  7. Yeah Jags are dumpster diving finding all kinds of random stuff.
    CB’s, RB’s, peytonsneck18’s mom, WR’s, DT’s, But you know what they say “What is one mans trash is another mans treasure.” Damn lonely colts fans..

  8. If Mo-Mas finds a way to stay healthy, he is a decent #2, the problem is the same as in C-Town, you may never know what he can do, if he does stay healthy, Who’s gonna throw him the ball?

  9. I think decent #2 is a bit of a stretch. He hasn’t proven anything in the league. He’d be a good depth prospect that maybe could be coached up given the right (read: stable) circumstances. But in no way, shape, or form should this kid be handed a starting role.

  10. Great receiver if he stays healthy, unfortunately no one has figured out the recipe to get that to happen yet. Then again, having to deal with head shot Harrison twice a year every year of your career probably wasn’t good for his health either.

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