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Cardinals vault into top spot in 2019 NFL Draft order

The Cardinals are back on top. Of something. Losing to the Falcons Sunday dropped Arizona to 3-11, which in a very specific way is a good thing. If the season ended today, the Cardinals would pick first in the 2019 NFL Draft, followed by the Raiders (3-11). Also, a lot of people would be saying: [more]

Taylor Lewan fined for flipping off sky cam

Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan avoided a penalty Sunday, so maybe he’ll avoid a fine this week. Then again, his fines over the past two weeks went unpenalized. Lewan’s most recent fine came for making an obscene gesture at a camera during the nationally televised victory over the Jaguars last week. The league docked him [more]

Josh Johnson: I know every opportunity I get could be my last

Josh Johnson hadn’t started a game since 2011. He had never won a game. Johnson was better than Cody Kessler for whatever that is worth, winning as a starter for the first time, winning the job for next week and probably winning a chance to catch on with somebody as a backup for next season. [more]

Doug Marrone hasn’t ruled out Blake Bortles for next week

Cody Kessler or Blake Bortles next week? Does it matter? Perhaps no one other than Kessler, Bortles and Tom Coughlin care anymore, but Doug Marrone said he doesn’t know who will start at quarterback next week. Kessler made his third consecutive start Sunday. It did not go well. The Jaguars gained 192 yards, including only [more]

Demar Dotson on Dirk Koetter: It’s every man for himself

It seems to be the motto of the day: Every man for himself. After the Jaguars lost to Washington, a reporter asked Jacksonville cornerback Jalen Ramsey about Doug Marrone’s job security. “I ain’t worried about nobody but myself,” Ramsey said, via Phillip Heilman of The Florida Times-Union. Marrone has a better chance to keep his [more]

Doug Marrone: I’m going to keep coaching as hard as I can

The 2018 season went down the drain for the Jaguars some time ago, but it reached a new low on Sunday with a home loss to a Washington team quarterbacked by Josh Johnson. It was Johnson’s first start since 2011 and he was playing behind an offensive line studded with backups, but he was able [more]

Washington pulls out a win in Jacksonville

Washington quarterback Josh Johnson came into Sunday’s game with five career starts and his team had lost them all. Johnson now knows what it’s like to start for a winning team. Dustin Hopkins hit a 36-yard field goal as time expired and Washington beat the Jaguars 16-13 in Jacksonville. The win ends a four-game losing [more]

Vernon Davis evaluated for head/neck injury, Washington trails 10-6

Washington came into Sunday’s game without tight end Jordan Reed and now they’ve seen another one head to the bench with an injury. Tight end Vernon Davis is called questionable to return after leaving to be evaluated for a head or neck injury. Davis left the game after being hit by Jaguars cornerback A.J. Bouye [more]

Dede Westbrook punt return puts Jags up 10-3 before halftime

If you were expecting Washington and Jacksonville to play a high-scoring football game on Sunday afternoon, chances are you haven’t been spending your Sundays watching them this year and we’ve got to wonder why you would have changed your plans this weekend. The two teams have combined for 153 yards, eight first downs and nine [more]

Week 15 early inactives

Every week we bring you all the inactives from the early games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information. Check back to see the full list as it becomes available 90 minutes ahead of the 1 p.m. ET kickoffs. Cowboys at Colts Cowboys: G Zack Martin, DL David Irving, TE Geoff Swaim, QB Mike [more]

Jaguars activate Josh Wells from IR; place Josh Walker on IR

The Jaguars activated offensive lineman Josh Wells from injured reserve Friday and promoted rookie defensive lineman Lyndon Johnson from the practice squad. Besides waiving veteran safety Barry Church, which was reported earlier Friday, the Jaguars placed offensive lineman Josh Walker on injured reserve and waived tight end Niles Paul from the injured reserve list. Walker, [more]

Week 15 injury report roundup

Week 15 of the 2018 NFL season kicked off on Thursday with a win by the Chargers and it continues with two more games on Saturday. The Jets, Texans, Browns and Broncos submitted their final injury reports on Thursday and the 24 teams in Sunday’s games submitted their final injury reports of the week on [more]

Jaguars cut veteran safety Barry Church

Signing a big contract is not the same as being secure. According to Phillip Heilman of the Florida Times-Union, the Jaguars have released veteran safety Barry Church. Church signed a four-year, $26 million contract in March 2017, and had started 27 games for them the last two seasons. He had recently lost his starting job [more]

Jordan Reed out; Chris Thompson and Josh Doctson questionable for Sunday

Quarterback Josh Johnson won’t have tight end Jordan Reed as a target when he makes his first regular season start since 2011. Reed has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Jaguars after injuring his toe in last Sunday’s loss to the Giants. Reed had surgery on both of his big toes in the [more]

Jaguars sign Kai Forbath

Kai Forbath was in Pittsburgh for a workout earlier this week, but if he plays on Sunday it won’t be for the Steelers. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Forbath signed with the Jaguars on Friday. Jaguars kicker Josh Lambo was added to the injury report on Thursday with a groin injury that limited [more]

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