We will always remember names on this Jaguars team; such as Jalen Ramsey, Calais Campbell, and Telvin Smith, and many more. It may seem like...
Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles, the highly scrutinized 3rd overall pick from the 2014 NFL Draft, finished his 2017 season on a very strong note....
In 2017, we saw running back Corey Grant make game breaking plays on special teams for the Jacksonville Jaguars. His speed gave something to...
In traditional redraft fantasy football, there are core positions and secondary positions. Quarterback, running back...
Austin Johnson is a 6 ft 4 in 314-pound defensive lineman from Galloway, New Jersey....
|2017 AFC South Standings|
|1. Jacksonville Jaguars (10-6)|
|2. Tennesse Titans (9-7)|
|3. Indianapolis Colts (4-12)|
|4. Houston Texans (4-12)|
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The OTA’s held prior to training camp are no indication of what to expect in the season. Whether a player will be a bench warmer or a pro-bowler isn’t easily predicted. Not to mention absences from key players can lead to outlier performances depending on how that absence affects other positions.
After the first week of organized team activities, Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone sat down with 'Pardon My Take'. He discussed topics relating to his football life.
In the first half projection of the Jaguars record, the team started 5-3. The Jaguars started the second half of the season with a much needed bye week, and look to secure a playoff berth in the tough AFC South division. Here’s what to expect from the Jaguars second half of the season.
With rookie minicamps beginning, the NFL season is finally taking form. We are a mere 120 days away from the NFL season. Finally! To hold you over, all four AFC South managing editors come together in this roundtable discussion.
The NFL has released the official schedules for all 32 NFL teams, including the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jaguars’ 2018 season includes a rematch of every AFC team they met in the playoffs, along with games against the NFC East.
Despite the draft being over, the Jacksonville Jaguars were able to bring in many talented young players to try out for the team. Three of those undrafted players had Pro Football Focus grades of 84 or higher. Here are the undrafted players that will make the final roster:
Seventh round picks aren't always guaranteed spots on the final roster. The Jaguars had two draft selections in the final round. One player might...
The Jacksonville Jaguars addressed two offensive depth needs in the middle of the draft. They didn't have a fifth round pick, but that didn't stop them from choosing the best player available.
The Jacksonville Jaguars had needs at the offensive line and tight end position while entering the 2018 NFL draft. Despite these, general manager Dave Caldwell drafted a wide receiver and safety in the second and third round, choosing to add depth. Here's a look at who was drafted and how they fit with the Jaguars.
With the 29th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars selected defensive linemen Taven Bryan out of the University of Florida. Here's the biggest factors that helped the Jaguars decide to draft the 293 pound lineman.
It’s pretty evident which positions the Jacksonville Jaguars will focus on attacking in the early stages of the 2018 NFL Draft such as tight end and offensive line. The late rounds can be just as important as the first few rounds, as it lets you fill depth needs, find potential starting players, or even a future Hall of Famer.