JAGUARS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Colts distinctly remember the last time they played the Jaguars

The good news for the Colts may be that they’re playing the Jaguars in London this weekend. Because the last time they saw them in Florida, the Jaguars gave them an embarrassing 51-16 beating. The Jaguars poured it on that day, converting a fourth-and-goal from the 1 inside the two-minute warning as their fans chanted…
Via Pro Football Talk
7 hours ago

Jaguars Foundation Ribbon Cutting Ceremony held at Yulee Ball Park in Nassau County

Jaguars Foundation President Peter Racine and Jaguars Director of Player Development – Youth Football Marcus Pollard took part in a ribbon cutting to officially open a new Jaguars-branded football field
Via Jaguars.com
8 hours ago

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts: Keep Your Enemies Close – 5 Questions with Horseshoe Heroes

The Jaguars make their annual trip to London with the most pressure they’ve ever had travelling to the other side of the pond, so we’ve decided to get a scouting report on the Colts. The sky is falling in Jacksonville, but luckily the Jaguars are playing their next “home” game in London against the Indianapolis Colts […] Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts: Keep...
Via Black & Teal
9 hours ago

Marcedes Lewis Is Key To The Jacksonville Jaguars’ Future Success

Since the 2006 NFL season, Marcedes Lewis has been a steady contributor and should have a bigger role in the Jacksonville Jaguar offense. Marcedes Lewis is no longer the marquee tight end on the Jacksonville Jaguar roster.  Many wondered, with the signing of Julius Thomas last season, if that was the proverbial handwriting on the wall? […] Marcedes Lewis Is Key To The Jacksonville...
Via Black & Teal
11 hours ago

Can the Jaguars Find Success in London?

Since the start of the 2016 season the Jacksonville Jaguars have yet to find a win. While London is technically a home game it is 4,252 miles away. Who knows maybe the change of scenery will do the team some good. While historically the Jags have gone 1-2 during their London excursion the lone win […] Can the Jaguars Find Success in London? - Black and Teal - Black and Teal - A...
Via Black & Teal
11 hours ago

Myles Jack is a bench warmer, but Jaguars say that will change

One of the many disappointments of the first three games of this season in Jacksonville is rookie linebacker Myles Jack. Jack, a star at UCLA who was selected in the second round of this year’s draft, has barely played: He has been on the field for only 16 plays on defense, all late in the…
Via Pro Football Talk
12 hours ago

After a few years to experiment, Jaguars opt for shorter stay in London

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have settled on a London itinerary, quite possibly for the foreseeable future.After three years of experimenting with the schedule, the Jaguars (0-3) are flying across the pond the same day they did a year ago. It's no coincidence they're repeating the routine that ended with a 34-31 victory against Buffalo at Wembley Stadium.Jacksonville...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Open locker room: 'It doesn’t feel good'

Jaguars QB Blake Bortles after seven turnovers in first three games of 2016 NFL season: 'It’s been such stupid things that have gone wrong that are easily correctable'
Via Jaguars.com
1 day ago

Jaguars repeating routine, hoping for another win in London

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) The Jacksonville Jaguars have settled on a London itinerary, quite possibly for the foreseeable future. After three years of experimenting with the schedule, the Jaguars (0-3) are flying across the pond the same day they did a year ago. It's no coincidence they're repeating the routine that ended with a 34-31 victory against Buffalo at Wembley Stadium. Jacksonville...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Should the Jacksonville Jaguars Fire Gus Bradley?

This team just consistently finds ways to lose. The expectations for this team were to win the division and potentially make a run in the playoffs. At 0-3, they have dug a hole for themselves that will be extremely hard to climb out of and although it can fall on many of the players, their latest loss falls straight on the coach. Up by 1 in the 4th quarter, they had two drives that...
Via The Sports Journal
1 day ago

Jacksonville Jaguars’ Blake Bortles Showing Signs of Regression

Blake Bortles was expected to take the next step in his development in his third year in the NFL, but to this point of the 2016 season this has not been the case. Bortles has seven turnovers and has not led the Jaguars offense to more than 23 points which has all contributed to their 0-3 start. The Jaguars have pressure on themselves as the team has continued to add pieces the last...
Via The Sports Journal
2 days ago

Jaguars' Beachum cleared from NFL's concussion protocol

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Jacksonville Jaguars left tackle Kelvin Beachum has been cleared from the NFL's concussion protocol and will practice Wednesday. He is likely to play against AFC South rival Indianapolis in London on Sunday. Beachum suffered a concussion in the third quarter of a loss at San Diego on Sept. 18. He was strapped to a backboard, carted off the field and taken...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jaguars Notebook: Blake Bortles has had a tough month

Blake Bortles looked like a franchise quarterback last season. He looks like a frustrated one right now. A year after he set the Jaguars single-season record for touchdown passes (35) and seemed to be developing steadily, Bortles has struggled through a September slump while leading an offense that has seemed to take a step backward. read more
Via Ultimate Jaguars
2 days ago

Big picture for Jaguars: 'Have to win now,' says Bradley after 0-3 start

Answering the 31st question of a news conference breaking down his 39th loss as the Jaguars’ coach, Gus Bradley made a welcomed detour from his four-year message of learning from mistakes, showing gradual improvement, etc. “The big picture is that we have to win — now,” Bradley said. “We have to find a way.” Win now, or else. Find a way, or else. read more
Via Ultimate Jaguars
2 days ago

Jalen Ramsey has words for Steve Smith

Jalen Ramsey has quickly developed a reputation for being a confident trash talker. On Sunday, he directed his words at Steve Smith. After the Jacksonville Jaguars lost to the Baltimore Ravens 19-17, Ramsey said he didn’t respect Smith. Safe to say Jalen Ramsey and Steve Smith are not going to be friends."He's a good player.. but I don't respect him as a man."#Jaguars pic.twitter...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Jaguars must fire Gus Bradley after 0-3 start

Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley should be fired. Not tomorrow. Not today. But yesterday. The Jaguars brought in the former Seattle defensive coordinator to turn around the culture in Jacksonville and make them a good team. He was brought in to help stabilize a defense and give them a successful, consistent offense. Unfortunately, it is safe to say the Jaguars have...
Via Sportsnaut
4 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Allen Robinson does 'hands up, don't shoot' after TD

Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Allen Robinson has spoken out recently about the treatment of African Americans by police officers, and he let his actions on the field do the talking during Sunday’s game against the Ravens. With two minutes remaining in the first half of the game and the Jaguars in a second-and-goal situation, Blake Bortles faked a handoff and threw a pass toward...
Via The Sports Daily
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Ivory could make Jaguars debut Sunday

The Jaguars were supposed to be a team on the rise in 2016, but their season is off to a disappointing start. They’re 0-2 after a 27-23 home loss to the Packers and a 38-14 loss at San Diego. They could get a Week 3 boost if Chris Ivory plays. The Jaguars signed the running back during the offseason after he ran for 1,070 yards for the Jets last season. Ivory hasn’t suited up...
Via The Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Jags Jared Odrick goes crazy on sideline after offsides call

The Jacksonville Jaguars got destroyed by the San Diego Chargers, 38-14, and Jared Odrick was not happy about it. Odrick lost his cool after drawing a flag for being offside, which he obviously did not agree with. The Jaguars defensive tackle slammed his helmet down and went nuts on the sideline in frustration. JARED ODRICK IS MAD AS HELL, AND HE'S NOT GONNA TAKE IT ANYMORE...
Via The Sports Daily
11 days ago  |  Discuss
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