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Doug Marrone, Dave Caldwell march with Jaguars players

Members of the Jaguars marched from their stadium to the steps of the sheriff’s department Friday to protest inequality and police brutality. The march included General Manager Dave Caldwell, coach Doug Marrone and assistant coach Terry Robiskie. Twenty-one players also participated, including Chris Conley, Joshua Dobbs, Brandon Linder and Josh Lambo. “Today we say no [more]

Jaguars lead march for racial justice in Jacksonville

In cities throughout America, peaceful protests continue regarding the chronic mistreatment of African-American citizens who are, under this nation’s founding documents, are supposed to possess the same fundamental, inalienable rights as everyone else. In Jacksonville, members of the Jaguars have organized a march for racial justice. “This is just the first step forward,” the Jaguars [more]

Shad Khan: I know change is possible

Jaguars owner Shad Khan has written a long, personal essay that goes well beyond the platitudes that many professional team owners have offered amid the unrest currently unfolding on America’s streets. In his statement, Khan describes coming to the United States from Pakistan and going from having $500 to his name to being a billionaire, [more]

The Simms top 40 QB countdown, No. 30: Gardner Minshew II

A year ago, most NFL fans wouldn’t have known the difference between Gardner Minshew and Marvin Gardens. This year, Minshew comes in at No. 30 on the Chris Simms top 30 quarterback countdown. The Jaguars quarterback showed plenty as a rookie, thanks to a Week One broken collarbone suffered by Nick Foles. Minshew would start [more]

The Simms top 40 QB countdown, No. 31: Nick Foles

The Super Bowl LII MVP has had a rollercoaster career. It’s currently unclear whether 2020 will be a high or a low. He’s starting the year fairly low on the Chris Simms top 40 quarterback countdown. Nick Foles, the likely Bears starter, comes in at No. 31. That’s 15 spots lower than last year, and [more]

Jags QB Josh Dobbs was at NASA/SpaceX launch as NASA intern

Jaguars quarterback Josh Dobbs hasn’t been able to work with his team in person this offseason, but he has found a way to keep busy beyond any remote meetings he’s been part of with his Jacksonville teammates. Dobbs has been interning at NASA and was in attendance at Saturday’s launch of the NASA/SpaceX rocket that [more]

Gardner Minshew: Jags passing on other QBs didn’t change anything for me

At this point last year, Gardner Minshew was a rookie trying to earn a spot on the Jaguars depth chart as a backup to Nick Foles. Things are quite different this year. Minshew was pushed into action in Week One when Foles broke his collarbone and then took the job back from Foles when the [more]

Jay Gruden confident in Tyler Eifert boosting Jaguars at tight end

New Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Tyler Eifert cited Jay Gruden’s presence as the team’s new offensive coordinator as a big reason why he decided to sign with the team this offseason. Gruden also is eager to be paired with Eifert again in Jacksonville as the tight end position is a critical piece of Gruden’s offensive [more]

Rams keep surrendering leverage to Jalen Ramsey

The Rams have had some on-field success in recent years. Off the field, they’ve struggled to handle their business in an ideal way, doing contracts they shouldn’t have done (with Todd Gurley, Jared Goff, Brandin Cooks) and failing to do contracts they should have done. Into the latter category falls defensive tackle Aaron Donald, who [more]

Jay Gruden intent on meshing with Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew

New Jaguars offensive coordinator Jay Gruden knows the most important task he faces in Jacksonville is developing a strong relationship and rapport with second-year quarterback Gardner Minshew. Following the trade if Nick Foles to Chicago this offseason, the reins of the Jaguars’ offense have been handed over in full to Minshew. Minshew has a promising [more]

Jay Gruden: I think we can do a little more with DJ Chark

When Jay Gruden was hired as the new offensive coordinator in Jacksonville, Jaguars wide receiver DJ Chark said that he is excited about the opportunities that might come his way in Gruden’s scheme. Gruden talked about Chark during a Tuesday conference call and it sounds like he’s equally intrigued about what Chark can bring to [more]

Cassius Marsh excited for “great opportunity” with Jaguars

New Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Cassius Marsh is the first second-generation player in franchise history. Marsh’s father, Curtis, was a wide receiver in the NFL for three seasons and was a part of the first draft class in team history in 1995. “I know my dad was the part of the first draft class ever for [more]

Jaguars PR director details reopening plan for team on Tuesday

With NFL teams being allowed to begin limited re-openings of their team headquarters, Tad Dickman, the public relations director for the Jacksonville Jaguars, detailed the measures they have put in place to protect employees as personnel begin to return to on-site duties. Beginning on Tuesday, individuals wishing to return to the workplace will be allowed [more]

Will Richardson may be supplanting Cam Robinson at LT for Jaguars

As the Jaguars try to win enough games to stave off a franchise reset, one of the most important positions on the offensive line could be in new hands. As explained by John Reid of the Florida Times-Union, Will Richardson will move from right guard to left tackle, where he’ll have a chance to supplant [more]

Jaguars sign fourth-round choice Shaquille Quarterman

The Jaguars have signed fourth-round draft choice Shaquille Quarterman, according to the linebacker’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus. Jacksonville made the University of Miami product the No. 140 overall choice. Quarterman was the seventh of 12 players the Jaguars selected in last month’s draft. He is a North Florida native, having played his high school ball at [more]

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