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PFT Live: Jaguars talk with Ryan O’Halloran, PFT Planet calls and tweets

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The Jaguars will be visiting with a bevy of potential draft picks in the near future and we’ll spend some time on Tuesday’s PFT Live discussing what direction they may take when May 8 rolls around.

Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times Union will join Mike Florio to break down all things Jaguars during the show. We’ll find out what O’Halloran’s been hearing about interest in quarterbacks and get his take on the best things for the Jaguars to do to move the team forward in Gus Bradley’s second season as head coach.

If you’ve got any questions about the Jaguars, we’ll be taking those during the show as well. In fact, we’ll take questions regarding any of the teams in the NFL as we throw things open to PFT Planet. Send your questions Florio’s way via Twitter — @ProFootballTalk — or by calling 888-237-5269 during the show.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can watch it all live by clicking right here.

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1 Response to “PFT Live: Jaguars talk with Ryan O’Halloran, PFT Planet calls and tweets”
  1. thestrategyexpert says: Apr 8, 2014 12:56 PM

    If Chris isn’t going to be happy with getting a standard market deal then why would he take it and hope that an injury opens up more playing time to rebuild his value, why not just sit tight until after the draft and wait until somebody develops an injury in the preseason? His agent should be telling him to be patient and only to sign quickly this week if somebody is going to make a really serious offer.

    Tried calling in for my first time today for that and some QB questions, but too many other callers beating me to the punch today. And I think CLE had an offer on the table for Harbaugh and SF blew it by getting cold feet or trying to drive a hard bargain when they should have taken whatever the best offer was that was on that table. Haslam isn’t even going to get into that conversation if he’s not prepared to offer something, and I think even a 7th Round pick would have been enough in the event that you can’t drive up the price. So CLE should have had at least something already pre-planned to offer and SF found a way to discard the opportunity.

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