The Jacksonville Jaguars hired a defensive-minded coach in Gus Bradley, which seems like a curious move considering the team’s big needs on offense.
The Jacksonville Jaguars announced Wednesday that quarterback Blaine Gabbert was placed on season-ending injured reserve with elbow and shoulder issues. By itself, that news won’t make any fantasy ripples — if you were relying on Gabbert, you’re not contending for a playoff spot — but it does raise some intrigue after the way Chad Henne played last week. If someone had told you Henne would light up the Houston Texans for 354 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions, the appropriate response would have been “Go away, troll!” Yet the former Michigan Man looked fantastic against one of the league’s toughest defenses. Now the fantasy future for the Jaguars looks a little brighter; certainly much brighter than it did when I […]
Tebowing was all the rage in the fall of 2011 (and even beyond). So, of course, there are going to be copycats. They say the NFL is a copycat league, afterall. Take a good look at the latest incarnation: Jaguaring.
The Jaguars are in contact with linebackers, including Paul Posluszny, and safeties, including Eric Weddle, according to league sources.
There’s no doubt a lot is on the line right now for everyone involved with the Jacksonville Jaguars.