As the rookies for the Miami Dolphins prepare to attend their first organized team activities this weekend; there’s a cautionary tale coming from Jacksonville and the Jaguars’ 2012 first-round pick Justin Blackmon.
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson has watched as his team became the laughing stock of the NFL this season, but even he is now claiming one of the biggest problems with the team in 2012 was not his decision.
If Jacksonville Jaguars general manager David Caldwell sticks to his word, quarterback Tim Tebow won’t be playing for his hometown team anytime soon.
The Jacksonville Jaguars hired a new general manager on Tuesday and late Thursday morning the team announced it was now in the market for a new head coach.
Tim Tebow was sent to the New York Jets in the offseason in a much-ballyhooed trade and was the obsessive focus of ESPN during training camp. Since then, Tebow has fallen off the radar and may have lost the luster he once had as the ultimate team first player.
Jacksonville Jaguars fans had a brief moment of hysteria Tuesday night when a local television station, WTEV, reported the team was making a move to trade for New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow.
The Jacksonville Jaguars pretty much have only one way to go after another disappointing season last year. The Jags missed the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season, and 10th out of the last 12 years, and had a quarterback who looked scared throughout the season.
While the Miami Dolphins have a wealth of talent at the running back position; the Jacksonville Jaguars need Maurice Jones-Drew in training camp, but that doesn’t appear to be in the cards anytime soon.
The Jacksonville Jaguars wanted an offensive mind as a head coach to help develop quarterback Blaine Gabbert; so they went just up the road to pluck an offensive mind from the Atlanta Falcons.
The Jacksonville Jaguars continue to search for a head coach with an offensive mind in hopes of developing the player they see as the future, quarterback Blaine Gabbert.