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1 hr ago | Rant Sports
The Jacksonville Jaguars made a savvy move by drafting Central Florida QB Blake Bortles with the third overall pick in the NFL Draft. Bortles was the least hyped QB coming out of college, with Johnny Manziel taking that title and Teddy Bridgewater by far getting more attention than him as well.
2 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
The Jaguars announced Wednesday that rookie Luke Bowanko will start at center against Indianapolis on Sunday and veteran Sam Young will start at right tackle. Chad Henne, however, remains the starting quarterback ahead of rookie Blake Bortles.
5 hrs ago | MLive.com
Cameron Bradfield, a Creston High School graduate and former standout offensive lineman at Grand Valley State, was released Tuesday, Sept. 16, by the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Marqise Lee, Allen Hurns and Allen Robinson logged a combined 115 snaps in Sunday's 41-10 loss at Washington. Veteran Mike Brown was only on the field for 16 snaps against the Redskins as the team leaned on the three rookies.
Lewis suffered a high ankle sprain in Sunday's 41-10 drubbing at the hands of the Washington Redskins. He will be eligible to resume practicing in six weeks and can return to the active roster following the Jaguars' Week 11 bye at the earliest.
The NFL has had several big distractions off the field through the first two weeks of the new season. But back on the field, there have been some unexpected developments.
The Jaguars are finally coming home to play the Colts. Even though Chad Henne has played poorly, he and a few other members of Jacksonville's offense can be suitable waiver wire pickups for your fantasy football team.
If you answered yes, that must mean you want Chad Henne to keep playing QB, at least according to Cecil Shorts III . At least one Jaguars player claims to already know the answer, saying the widespread criticism of Henne is coming "from people who don't know football."
It has been a feel-good 48 hours for Washington's defense, in the wake of Sunday's 41-10 drubbing of Jacksonville. And while numerous players had standout performances - including outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan, who accounted for four of the 10 sacks on quarterback Chad Henne, which tied a Redskins record - defensive end Jason Hatcher 's contribution stood out in particular.
Sep 14, 2014; Landover, MD, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne is sacked by Washington Redskins free safety Ryan Clark and linebacker Keenan Robinson during the second half at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports Jacksonville Jaguars fantasy owners are tearing their hair out.
Passing out the imaginary hardware, with other observations from Week 2: Stud of the week: Aaron Rodgers. The Packers quarterback proved that it's not how you start a but how to finish strong.
The Jacksonville Jaguars were blown out by the Washington Redskins 41-10 Sunday. The Jaguars never really stood a chance against the Redskins and will have much to improve on before next week's game.
Out of the three quarterbacks taken in the first round, it's getting more and more difficult to understand why two of them are still riding the bench. Brian Hoyer is doing more than enough to keep Johnny Manziel holding a clipboard in Cleveland, but the sight of Blake Bortles and to a slightly lesser extent Teddy Bridgewater continuing to sit is a head-scratcher.
The Jaguars are sticking with quarterback Chad Henne for now, but Blake Bortles may be the starter by the time tight end Marcedes Lewis returns to the lineup. Coach Gus Bradley announced Monday that Lewis will miss the next six-to-eight weeks as a result of a high ankle sprain he suffered in Sunday's blowout loss to the Redskins.
The Jaguars signed Toby Gerhart to be their "bell-cow" back, but we knew behind a brand new offensive line he'd struggle. Through the first two weeks of the regular season, no one could have known how bad it could get.
Not for the first time this calendar year or for the short span of their two careers, Kirk Cousins quarterbacked the Burgundy and Gold to victory, while Robert Griffin III sat out. Not long ago, I wrote that Washington 's decision-makers deserved to deal with this quarterback controversy of their own devising - but general manager Bruce Allen again looks smart for drafting Cousins as insurance after mortgaging the franchise for Griffin.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 11:09 am
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