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    “Thursday Night Football” got some atrocious ratings when the Dolphins beat the Jaguars. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the game averaged 5.43 million viewers on the NFL Network, which is the lowest number of viewers in four years for “TNF.” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Jacksonville Jaguars (@jaguars) on Sep 24, 2020 at 8:27pm PDT Hitting a four-year low is really bad news for the NFL. In fact, it’s about as bad as it could possibly get. Right now, people aren’t even allowed at most games, which means they have no choice but to watch at home or at bars.   View...
    Breonna Taylor demonstrators confront armed counter-protesters in Louisville UK supermarkets Tesco and Morrisons are rationing toilet paper and hand sanitizer as fears of panic buying return. One worker said their store was worse than a bad Christmas. What happened to the Jaguars passing game on Thursday night? Heres what Gardner Minshew said Through the first two weeks of the 2020 season, there were few quarterbacks more efficient and effective than Gardner Minshew of the Jaguars — especially among second-year quarterbacks. Minshew was one of four 2019 draftees to start both games for his 2020 team, and he had a far better completion percentage (75.4%), yards per attempt (7.9), and passer rating (115.7) than Kyler Murray, Daniel Jones, and Dwayne...
    Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew played well in a Thursday night loss to the Dolphins. Despite losing 31-13, the young NFL sensation still managed to launch the ball for 275 yards. He did throw an interception, but managed to complete more than 71% of his passes. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Gardner Minshew on TNF and the return of WSU football. What a day to be a Coug!pic.twitter.com/BFg80tltf1 — Carson Brown (@CarsonBrownWSU) September 25, 2020 Yes, all that matters at the end of the day is winning the game, and the Jaguars didn’t get that done. Now, they’re 1-2. Winning is always the top priority in life, and the Jaguars failed to accomplish...
    No one should have expected a Dolphins-Jaguars game on a short turnaround to be any different than it was Thursday night. In a duel of bad, irrelevant Florida teams, Jacksonville made a convincing claim for “worst squad in the state” with its 31-13 loss. That dubious honor over the past couple of decades has been hotly contested between the Jaguars, Dolphins and Buccaneers. This year, Florida looks like it will carry at least two bottom-dwelling sides. Miami quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick tore through the Jaguars on Thursday night, throwing for 160 yards and two touchdowns on 18-of-20 passing. His success, though, might have been as much about his opponent’s shortcomings than his own abilities. That’s what often happens in a matchup of underwhelming teams....
    UPDATE: This article has been edited from its original version published in September 2019. Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew has become somewhat of a cult figure in the NFL after just one season. Minshew, 24, made his NFL debut in Week 1 of the 2019 season after taking over for an injured Nick Foles. Once it was discovered Foles would miss most of the season with a fractured collarbone, all eyes went to Minshew and his incredible mustache. Minshew wowed many in his 12 starts last season, completing 60 percent of his passes for 3,271 yards, 21 touchdowns and only six interceptions. Now with Foles in Chicago, Minshew has the reins in Jacksonville and has already well exceeded expectations for a sixth-round...
    Gardner Minshew is stll the most interesting quarterback in the NFL. The Jaguars’ second-year starter has built on his surprise rookie success for a red-hot opening to the 2020 season. Jacksonville is 1-1 and has put up 57 points over its first two games thanks in big part to Minshew. He’s completed 75.4 percent of his passes with 7.9 yards per attempt and an astronomical 115.7 passing efficiency rating. He’s thrown six touchdown passes to two interceptions, the latter just last week. He’s also picked good spots to run when needed against the Colts and Titans. MORE: Minshew, Fitzpatrick to settle facial hair fracas on “Thursday Night Football” The Jaguars could have either targeted Minshew’s replacement in NFL free agency or early in...
    A stark example of the limits to NFL player scouting is the Jaguars’ backfield, which recently swapped out a former No. 4 overall pick for an undrafted rookie running back from an FCS school. Jacksonville has actually improved running the ball since James Robinson took over duties from high-profile LSU product Leonard Fournette. Robinson is averaging 5.1 yards per carry this season, while Fournette averaged just 4 yards per tote in his three-year stint with the franchise. Robinson is finding success despite being paid less than $1 million annually. Fournette earned almost $23 million from the Jaguars and will make $2 million this year from the Buccaneers. MORE: Why Gardner Minshew might be the most interesting QB in the NFL...
    8 Movies and Shows to Watch If Enola Holmes Has You Ready For More Sherlockian Adventures 15 Cheap Dividend Stocks Under $15 NFL power rankings Week 3: Hopping on the Jaguars bandwagon and the off Buccaneers (for now) We may be past the two most unpredictable weeks in the NFL, which means that we’ve learned … absolutely nothing about every NFL team. © Provided by For The Win I’m kidding. (I think.) Unfortunately, we’ve seen a huge rash of injuries, perhaps due to the decreased amount of practice amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Even so, we’re starting to get a sense of which teams are formidable, either offensively, defensively or both. We’re starting to get a sense of which teams...
    The start time for Thursday night’s game between the Dolphins and Jaguars to kick off Week 3 is the same kickoff time set for all Thursday night games this year. With the default start time in place, Thursday night’s game in Jacksonville will kick off under the lights at TIAA Bank Field at 8:20 p.m. ET and broadcast nationally on NFL Network. This is a game between a pair of teams few expect to contend in 2020, but in Week 3, both are still holding on to whatever hopes they had for the year. MORE: Watch tonight’s NFL game live with fuboTV Unless Tagovailoa sees the field Thursday night, Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew will be the headliner. He is the reason Jacksonville has...
    The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: ___ The Tennessee Titans won’t have fans at their home opener Sunday against Jacksonville. That will change in October and increase with each of their next three home games. Nashville Mayor John Cooper announced Thursday the Titans will be able to have up to 10% of capacity at Nissan Stadium, or about 7,000 fans, on Oct. 4 against Pittsburgh. Barring setbacks, that will jump to 12.5% or 8,500 on Oct. 11 for a home game against Buffalo and up to 15% (10,000) on Oct. 18 for a game against the Houston Texans. That’s part of a plan to reach a fixed capacity of 21% for the...
    While much of the NFL honored the black victims of police violence on Sunday, Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Tyler Eifert paid tribute to retired St. Louis police officer David Dorn, a 77-year-old African-American man who was shot and killed by a suspected looter during a night of protests in June. Eifert, a 30-year-old in his first season with the Jags, played in Sunday's win over Indianapolis with Dorn's name appearing on the back of his helmet. 'Great win to start the season,' Eifert wrote on Twitter alongside a picture of his David Dorn decal. 'Love being a part of this new team and community! It was honor wearing David Dorns (sic) name on my helmet today!' The NFL previously announced that...
    While much of the NFL honored the black victims of police violence on Sunday, Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Tyler Eifert paid tribute to retired St. Louis police officer David Dorn, a 77-year-old African-American man who was shot and killed by a suspected looter during a night of protests in June. Eifert, a 30-year-old in his first season with the Jags, played in Sunday's win over Indianapolis with Dorn's name appearing on the back of his helmet. 'Great win to start the season,' Eifert wrote on Twitter alongside a picture of his David Dorn decal. 'Love being a part of this new team and community! It was honor wearing David Dorns (sic) name on my helmet today!' The NFL previously announced that...
    Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew is in the record books after his performance Sunday against the Colts. Minshew threw three touchdowns and went 19/20 through the air for 173 yards in the 27-20 win over Indianapolis. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Gardner Minshew in the first half: 12-13, 93 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs Rookie Laviska Shenault on the receiving end here. pic.twitter.com/3ZxzXS0P6E — NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) September 13, 2020 According to Adam Schefter, the NFL icon is the first player in league history to ever throw three touchdowns and complete 95% of their passes opening weekend. Jaguars’ QB Gardner Minshew is the first player to ever throw at least three TD passes...
    Getty Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew. The Jacksonville Jaguars will open their season on Sept. 13, after they host the Indianapolis Colts. In 2020, Jaguars video games will likely be televised on CBS (12 video games), Fox (Three video games) or NFL Community (1 sport). The total schedule will be discovered beneath. In case you’ve reduce the cable twine, right here’s how you can watch each Jaguars sport reside on-line with out cable in 2020, together with choices for in-market or out-of-market viewers:Heavy could earn an affiliate fee in the event you join by way of a hyperlink on this web pageWord: Nationally televised video games rely as in market NFL Channels...
    Is Jonathan Taylor worth starting Week 1 vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars?The 2020 NFL Draft yielded us a bountiful crop of running backs. Many of these star collegiate tailbacks will begin to make a name for themselves professionally in the NFL this season. One player who is expected to do big things as a rookie is Jonathan Taylor of the Indianapolis Colts. He believe he is going to be great, but can we trust starting him Week 1 in fantasy football? Jason Moore of The Fantasy Footballers loves the matchup for Taylor vs. the AFC South rival Jacksonville Jaguars. According to Odds Shark, the Jaguars are getting seven points at home from the visiting Colts. Though Marlon Mack is the Colts’...
    The Jacksonville Jaguars have a better quarterback/mustache combo than the Buffalo Bills. Take a gander at the Buffalo Bills’ Twitter account, and you’ll see that their classic logo has been replaced with a picture of quarterback Josh Allen sporting a frankly insultingly thin mustache. The change was a result of them losing a bet with their fans, as they switched their pic after Bills fans retweeted the original picture 5,000 times. The Jacksonville Jaguars, meanwhile, are led by Gardner Minshew, and enigmatic man who revels in sporting some of the league’s best facial hair. The Jaguars also changed their profile pic to one of their starting quarterbacks, but they did so out of pride rather than shame, and they let...
    Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney doesn’t sound like he plans on leaving for the NFL. There has been some speculation in the past few days that the superstar coach might take over the Jacksonville Jaguars if they draft Trevor Lawrence first overall. However, the two-time national champion recently made it sound like there’s no chance that happens. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Clemson Football (@clemsonfb) on Aug 17, 2020 at 12:04pm PDT “Reaction was just laughed at it. Had a little fun with Trevor, but man, I’m not worried about the AFC or NFC. I don’t even know what they are,”...
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Leonard Fournette dropped an absurd quote Tuesday. Fournette was recently cut from the Jaguars, and he quickly signed with Tom Brady and the Bucs. The star running back apparently thinks Brady is the first real quarterback he’s played with. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) According to Greg Auman, Fournette said, “For the first time in my life, I really have a quarterback.” “For the first time in my life, I really have a quarterback,” Leonard Fournette says of playing with Tom Brady in Tampa. — Greg Auman (@gregauman) September 8, 2020 My friends, those are fighting words. Who the hell does Fournette think he’s talking about? We all...
    Pass-rusher Jadeveon Clowney on Saturday night agreed to sign with the Titans on a one-year conract worth up to $15 million in part because Tennessee was able to pay him more than other potential suitors, namely New Orleans, could or would. The Saints even tried to pull off some sign-and-trade shenanigans that would have made the math work despite their minimal salary cap space, but the NFL reportedly would not have approved the deal. As it turns out, the Ravens were trying to manage the same stunt, and they would have ended up with the 27-year-old Clowney after a trade with the Jaguars. According to Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio, had the NFL approved the sign-and-trade concept New Orleans and Cleveland were trying, Clowney...
    The Minnesota Vikings surprised the NFL world with a shocking overtime upset of the New Orleans Saints in the wild card round of the playoffs. It was that brief moment of success that carries them into the 2020 season as one of the favorites to win the NFC North division. The Vikings team will look a bit different than the previous years. The team traded Stefon Diggs to the Buffalo Bills, let go of Everson Griffen and traded for Yannick Ngakoue from the Jacksonville Jaguars. The team also lost offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski, who took over as the Cleveland Browns head coach. Nonetheless, the team still brings back Kirk Cousins, Dalvin Cook, Adam Thielen and Kyle Rudolph and can still pack a...
    BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – JANUARY 11: Corey Davis #84 of the Tennessee Titans celebrates with teammates after scoring a touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens during the AFC Divisional Playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium on January 11, 2020, in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Will Newton/Getty Images) Despite any noise that suggests otherwise, the 2019 Tennessee Titans were not a one-hit-wonder. Without hard evidence, the Tennessee Titans have strangely been looped into comparisons involving the 2017 Jacksonville Jaguars. As a refresher, that Jaguars squad was the Sacksonville unit that came within mere minutes of dismantling the dynastic Patriots in the 2017 AFC Championship. That particular Jacksonville team was 10-6 and rode its fearsome defense to the brink of a Super Bowl berth. Their follow-up...
    The rebuild is on for Duval, as the Jacksonville Jaguars are hoping for young bright spots and Gardner Minshew to make 2020 a fun watch.Best-case scenarioThe Jaguars’ best-possible record is 7-9 or 8-8. The rookie class is exciting, the quarterback position is stable, and the team vibe is much better. The new offensive coordinator, Jay Gruden, brings experience and a much-needed new scheme to the offense. The rest of the coaching staff is stable which is a huge plus in this year affected by COVID-19.Worst-case scenarioThe Jaguars worst record is 3-13. The injury bug could really stop the progress of this rebuilding team due to a lack of depth. The defensive line, Jacksonville’s weakest position group, may be unable to...
    The Jacksonville Jaguars had quite an interesting couple of weeks leading up to the start of the NFL season. After a 6-10 record and last-place finish in the AFC East last year, it doesn't look like things are going to get any better for the Jaguars in 2020. In just a matter of a couple of days, the Jaguars traded away star defensive end Yannick Ngakoue to the Minnesota Vikings for a 2021 second-round draft pick and a conditional 2022 fifth-round draft pick, and they released running back Leonard Fournette, the fourth overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. The Jaguars also traded away All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey to the Los Angeles Rams last year for two first-round draft picks (2020 and 2021)...
    Blake Bortles is still a free agent, hoping to find a new NFL team to join.Blake Bortles was so close to playing in Super Bowl 52, and now he’s out of the league. Bortles was the No. 3 overall pick by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2014 NFL Draft, spending his first five NFL seasons there. Though much-maligned during his Jaguars tenure, he nearly quarterbacked the 2017 Jaguars to the Super Bowl. Bortles spent last season backing up Jared Goff with the Los Angeles Rams. He’s patiently waiting for his next NFL opportunity to arrive. According to Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network, “While NFL teams explore “Quarantine QB” options, free agent Blake Bortles plans to stay patient and wait...
    Would Dabo leave Clemson for the NFL?  Florida State legendary head coach Bobby Bowden famously told a story about his dream to coach the University of Alabama, the team he rooted for as a kid growing up in Alabama. By the time the Tide came calling, he’d built the Seminoles into a national powerhouse. On not taking the job in 1990, Bowden said, “I thought about it for about an hour,” Bowden said. “It was too late. I was (61). Florida State was home. It had become home. And we had things rolling pretty good.” Bowden had made Florida State his Alabama. Of course, Alabama –no matter what anyone says or thinks– is not the pros, and William “Dabo” Swinney is not...
    Would Dabo leave Clemson for the NFL?  Florida State legendary head coach Bobby Bowden famously told a story about his dream to coach the University of Alabama, the team he rooted for as a kid growing up in Alabama. By the time the Tide came calling, he’d built the Seminoles into a national powerhouse. On not taking the job in 1990, Bowden said, “I thought about it for about an hour,” Bowden said. “It was too late. I was (61). Florida State was home. It had become home. And we had things rolling pretty good.” Bowden had made Florida State his Alabama. Of course, Alabama –no matter what anyone says or thinks– is not the pros, and William “Dabo” Swinney is not...
    Will Dabo Swinney be the head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2021? Apparently, this is an idea that has some momentum behind it, and former NFL general manager Mike Tannenbaum thinks it’s very possible the Clemson coach jumps to the pros next season to join the Jaguars. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) “This would be the perfect storm and here’s why. He’s immensely popular in that area of the country and if he can go with Trevor Lawrence right down the road to Jacksonville, with all those picks and cap room, that’s the ideal situation,” Tannenbaum explained during a recent ESPN appearance about Swinney potentially going to the Jaguars, according to...
    Raju Byfield discusses Leonard Fournette being released by the Jacksonville Jaguars, and examines the fantasy impact. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter the Jacksonville Jaguars have released former number four overall pick Leonard Fournette. The running back is fresh off the best season of his career when he recorded career highs with 1,152 rushing yards, 4.3 yards per attempt, 76 receptions, and 522 receiving yards. Jaguars released RB Leonard Fournette. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 31, 2020 Jacksonville Jaguars fans are certainly up in arms over this surprise move. Jacksonville head coach Doug Marrone claimed they could not get any team to give up any compensation whatsoever for the running back. This move reeks of a team that decided they...
    With the Jacksonville Jaguars releasing Leonard Fournette, fans can only dream about what could have been had the team taken Patrick Mahomes instead.  The Leonard Fournette era with the Jacksonville Jaguars has come to an end. After only three seasons with the team, the 2017 No. 4 overall pick was released by the organization on Monday morning. It brings to an end a tumultuous time for Fournette with the Jaguars, which included plenty of issues throughout his time with the team. For Jacksonville fans, they can only dream about how different things could have been had the team selected Patrick Mahomes during that same 2017 draft over Fournette. The Jags drafted Fournette over Deshaun and Mahomes because they had Bortles....
    After being released by the Jaguars on Monday morning, Leonard Fournette posted a heartfelt goodbye to Jacksonville fans.  Saying goodbye is never easy, and fourth-year running back Leonard Fournette knows all about that on Monday. After spending the first three seasons of his career with the Jaguars, Jacksonville made the decision to release him. While Fournette’s time with the Jaguars hasn’t come without plenty of controversy, that doesn’t mean he didn’t also develop a close bond with everyone that would pack the stadium on Sundays to watch him play. Fournette wasted little time in posting a heartfelt message to Jaguars fans everywhere, thanking them for their support over the past three years. Thank you, Jacksonville ???????? pic.twitter.com/LcckBRao4k — 7⃣ Leonard...
    Indiana Congressman introduces bill to ban protest thugs from receiving unemployment aid Who Was Edna Lewis? 6 Things To Know About The Grande Dame Of Southern Cuisine Counterpoint: Dabo Swinney Coaching the Jacksonville Jaguars is Not a Perfect Situation The Jacksonville Jaguars have taken a detour to irrelevancy after a poor call prevented them from making the Super Bowl not so long ago. Releasing running back Leonard Fournette this morning signaled that the quest for answers is nowhere near its termination point. All future options appear to be on the table and, at this point, going in a bold direction may be the best course. © Provided by The Big Lead Still, Mike Tannenbaum going on Get Up to...
    The Jacksonville Jaguars can no longer deny they aren’t in rebuild mode.With their latest roster moves, the Jacksonville Jaguars have wisely entered a rebuilding phase. It has been a yard sale of an offseason for the Jaguars. Calais Campbell plays for the Baltimore Ravens. A.J. Bouye is now on the Denver Broncos. If we take it back to last fall, Jalen Ramsey stars for the Los Angeles Rams. But with Yannick Ngakoue being traded to the Minnesota Vikings and Leonard Fournette being released, the Jaguars are now unequivocally the worst team in the NFL. Embracing the rebuilding process is the best step forward for the Jaguars.There is still talent on this team, albeit not much. Myles Jack plays in the middle...
    Supreme Courts split decision for abortion rights gives opponents an unlikely boost 30 foods you should try to avoid and why The Jaguars talent purge can be traced back to their misplaced confidence in Blake Bortles The Jaguars have played two seasons’ worth of football since their surprise appearance in the 2017 AFC Championship Game, which was supposed to just the start for a team loaded with young talent on both sides of the ball. © Provided by For The Win Leonard Fournette, the last of those young stars that nearly brought the franchise to its first Super Bowl, was released on Monday morning, the team announced. As it turns out, the 2017 run was the beginning of the...
    The Jaguars waived running back Leonard Fournette on Monday, continuing a miserable trend of missteps regarding the franchise’s recent first-round selections. With Fournette’s waiver, an astounding eight of the Jaguars’ nine top-10 picks in the last decade are no longer with the team; only linebacker Josh Allen, whom Jacksonville drafted in 2019, remains on the roster. MORE: Why the Jaguars released Leonard Fournette a couple of weeks before the NFL season Fournette, 25, spent only three seasons in Jacksonville, rushing 666 times for 2,631 yards and 17 touchdowns. He added 134 receptions for 1,009 receiving yards and two touchdowns as well. But the No. 4 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the first by former Jaguars executive...
    The Jaguars on Monday morning announced they had waived running back Leonard Fournette two weeks before the start of the 2020 NFL season. Fournette, 25, was entering the final year of his rookie contract with Jacksonville, which selected him No. 4 overall in the 2017 NFL Draft. The Jaguars previously had declined to pick up the fifth-year option on his rookie deal. Fournette will be subject to the NFL’s waiver wire once his release is processed. The move comes after the Jaguars reportedly had Fournette on the trade block for months. The team is moving away from the ground-and-pound offensive approach for which recently fired executive vice president of football operations Tom Coughlin drafted Fournette. MORE: Fantasy implications of the Fournette release On top of that,...
    Kenoshians face wake-up call after a week The most historic restaurant in every state Grading the Yannick Ngakoue trade: The Vikings got better but was it worth it? The Jaguars finally gave Yannick Ngakoue what he was asking for. No, not a long-term contract. That ship had sailed months ago with Ngakoue recently doubling down on a trade demand he made at the start of the offseason. © Provided by For The Win That trade finally came Sunday morning when the Vikings sent a second-round pick and a conditional fifth-round pick to Jacksonville for the 25-year-old pass rusher with 37.5 career sacks to his name. The best stories in the galaxy. All in one place. LEARN MORE Ad Disney+...
    Getty Mike Mayock & Jon Gruden of the Las Vegas Raiders. After months and months of rumors, the Yannick Ngakoue saga continues in Jacksonville. The Professional Bowl defensive finish has been very clear about not desirous to play for the group anymore however the Jaguars don’t need to quit certainly one of their finest gamers for reasonable. Rumors began to flow into lately {that a} commerce was near taking place and the Las Vegas Raiders have been concerned however Jaguars common supervisor David Caldwell got here out and refuted them. Whereas it’s exhausting to know precisely who’s to be believed, former NFL govt Michael Lombardi doubled down on his declare {that a}...
    Getty Mike Mayock & Jon Gruden of the Las Vegas Raiders. After months and months of rumors, the Yannick Ngakoue saga continues in Jacksonville. The Pro Bowl defensive end has been very clear about not wanting to play for the team anymore but the Jaguars don’t want to give up one of their best players for cheap. Rumors started to circulate recently that a trade was close to happening and the Las Vegas Raiders were involved but Jaguars general manager David Caldwell came out and refuted them. While it’s hard to know exactly who is to be believed, former NFL executive Michael Lombardi doubled down on his claim that a trade is coming: On Wednesday, I got a...
    The Jacksonville Jaguars edge rusher is on the move. It better be to New York Ever since the 2020 league year started, all eyes were on the Jacksonville Jaguars and edge rusher Yannick Ngakoue. The team placed the franchise tag on Ngakoue, but the player made it publicly known that he has no desire to play for the team, a la now-Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey. After a months-long standoff between both parties, there appears to have finally been a breakthrough. According to Michael Lombardi of The Athletic, the Jaguars are “extremely close” to trading Ngakoue either by Wednesday or Thursday for a second-round NFL Draft pick. In fact, Lombardi said that the New York Jets were deeply involved...
    The Jacksonville Jaguars might finally trade Yannick Ngakoue. After being picked in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, Yannick Ngakoue has exceeded the Jacksonville Jaguars’ wildest expectations. Ngakoue has played in all but one game and recorded 37 sacks in his first four seasons in the league. Unfortunately, Jacksonville’s decision to slap him with a franchise tag rather than extending him or letting him hit the open market led to Ngakoue demanding a trade. After months of going back and forth, the Jaguars might finally pull the trigger and trade him. Michael Lombardi is reporting that Ngakoue will almost certainly be moved in the coming days, as the Jaguars have at least one quality offer on the table....
    The Houston Texans made a huge mistake trading away DeAndre Hopkins.Regret will be inevitable for the Houston Texans in the aftermath of trading DeAndre Hopkins. Of all the moves made this offseason in the NFL, the Texans’ blockbuster trade with the Arizona Cardinals was the most controversial. How could Texans head coach/de facto general manager Bill O’Brien trade away arguably his best player for a running back in David Johnson who is on an albatross of a contract and we’re not even sure if he has the potential to be good anymore? Hopkins goes from a perennial division winner in Houston to an on-the-rise team in Arizona. He’ll have another NFL MVP candidate quarterback in Kyler Murray rifling him the pigskin....
    Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew is opening up camp as the starter for the first time in a long time. During an interview with the team’s website, Minshew revealed that this is the first time he’s been in this position since high school. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) “I actually haven’t had a camp like this, going into it, since I guess my senior of high school; it’s awesome,” Minshew explained.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Jacksonville Jaguars (@jaguars) on Aug 14, 2020 at 9:24am PDT I don’t know why, but I love this random fact from Minshew. How wild is it that he’s the starting...
    Gardner Minshew II doesn’t think COVID-19 would dare mess with his swagger. The mustachioed Jaguars’ quarterback has been activated after a “brutal” stint on the reserve/COVID-19 list, which lasted all of two days after coming into contact with infected teammate Michael Walker. “Did not contract the virus,” 24-year-old Minshew told reporters on a conference call on Tuesday. “Took one look at me and ran the other way. It was probably in its best interests, so here we are, we’re back on Tuesday ready to roll, excited to go play some football.” Walker, 23, tested positive for the virus over the weekend. The reserve/COVID-19 list is designated for players who either have tested positive for coronavirus or have come into close...
    COVID-19 is no match for Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew. Minshew missed the first day of on-field workouts after being placed on the reserve/ COVID-19 list after being around teammate Michael Walker, who did test positive, ESPN reported. JETS RELEASE QUINCY ENUNWA AS YOUNG ROSTER READIES FOR SEASON “I did not contract the virus. It took one look at me and ran the other way. Probably in its best interest.” The second-year quarterback was eager to get back into the swing of things and said it was “brutal” having to miss out on Monday’s practice. "Like, yesterday would have been like the first day of school, you know. Had my outfit picked out and everything, had to stay at home....
    JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA - DECEMBER 29: Gardner Minshew II #15 of the Jacksonville Jaguars looks on after defeating the Indianapolis Colts in a game at TIAA Bank Field on December 29, 2019 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images) Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew claims the coronavirus ran away from him in a hilarious interview.  Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew continues to steal American hearts. The second-year quarterback stole the show during his rookie campaign with the Jags, and now looks to take things to new heights in his first season as the team’s starting quarterback. When it comes to his magic off the field, Minshew’s persona delivers time and time again. Take early on this week for example. Minshew...
    Gardner Minshew has been placed on the NFL’s coronavirus list. According to Ian Rapoport, the Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback was placed on the coronavirus reserve list Sunday. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Being on the list doesn’t mean a player has coronavirus. It simply means they might have had contact with somebody who does, and will require multiple negative tests before returning. Another starting QB to the COVID-19 reserve list: #Jaguars QB Gardner Minshew. Yesterday, it was #Lions QB Matthew Stafford. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 2, 2020 This is terrible news in the war against coronavirus. Gardner Minshew is a modern-day hero in the world of football. The last thing we need as...
    The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: ___ The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed fifth-year defensive end Adam Gotsis days after two linemen opted out of the season because of the coronavirus pandemic. Veterans Al Woods and Lerentee McCray decided not to play in 2020, creating a need for depth along Jacksonville’s defensive front. Gotsis spent the last four years in Denver, where he notched 109 tackles, 13 passes defensed, five sacks and two forced fumbles. He was a second-round draft pick in 2016. He played in nine games in 2019, finishing with 16 tackles. He missed the final three games because of a knee injury. Also Sunday, the Jaguars activated rookie defensive tackle...
    Next1 of 16Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA – DECEMBER 15: Gardner Minshew II #15 of the Jacksonville Jaguars drops back to pass during the first half against the Oakland Raiders at RingCentral Coliseum on December 15, 2019, in Oakland, California. (Photo by Daniel Shirey/Getty Images) The NFL’s Power Rankings feature a pair of AFC powerhouses at the top in the Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens. The long offseason is coming to an end as NFL training camps are set to open in the coming weeks. There are still issues to sort out regarding how to play football in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, but for the purpose of this exercise, we’ll go on the...
    The Jacksonville Jaguars won’t have a full stadium during the 2020 season. According to Adam Schefter, the team has decided to cap capacity at TIAA Bank Field at only 25% for the upcoming season during the coronavirus pandemic. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Jaguars announced that, in compliance with state and local authorities and following CDC social-distancing guidelines, @TIAABankField will seat approximately 25% of its capacity at each home game this season. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 10, 2020 Honestly, I think believing 25% of the stadium will be full is insanely optimistic. There’s damn near no chance that happens in my humble opinion. The Ravens already capped capacity at 14,000 during the...
    Re: “Study links rise in jaguar poaching to private investment from China” (Page A2, June 18) The destruction of wildlife for profit must be fought everywhere and even if the plant or animal is not as beautiful as a jaguar. But Ms. Nuwer’s article describes the killing of jaguars in response to livestock killings as “revenge.” Maybe there are people running around Belize with jaguar suits on? The word revenge is reserved for a retaliatory action taken by one person against another person that has harmed them in some way. Not a rancher who kills a big cat for killing his cow.Related Articles Letter: Violent rhetoric, politicizing pandemic is unconscionable Letter: Dr. Cody is hero who...
    Getty Yannick Ngakoue celebrates a big play in 2018. If the Eagles want to trade at least one first-round pick (plus a Pro Bowl veteran player) then give Jacksonville a call. It just makes more sense. Following multiple reports of Philadelphia being in the Jamal Adams’ sweepstakes, it’s time to go back and look at a better fit for the Eagles. Jaguars star edge rusher Yannick Ngakoue has been looking for (no, screaming) his way out of Jacksonville for quite some time. The Eagles have long been high on his wish list but they never made a legitimate trade offer. In fact, the last team to make any kind of offer was the Las Vegas Raiders on draft...
    The Jacksonville Jaguars came into the NFL as an expansion team in 1995 and under Tom Coughlin turned into an immediate threat in the AFC. In the Jaguars' second season, the team made the AFC title game only to lose to the New England Patriots in 1996, and later losing to the Tennessee Titans in 1999. Jacksonville was in the playoffs four times in its first five seasons of the team's existence. The team has won three division titles since 1995 but has never made the Super Bowl. The Jaguars featured some of the best players in the NFL. But who would be on the franchise’s Mount Rushmore of players? CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Check out...
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The Jacksonville Jaguars held their own protest Friday against inequality and police brutality, marching from their stadium to the steps of the local sheriff’s department. . “Today we say no more,” wide receiver Chris Conley said. “Today we see a nation that can’t await change, a city that won’t sit still or be quiet.” Players were joined by their families, coach Doug Marrone and general manager Dave Caldwell. The Jaguars started their march at 9:04 a.m. local time to signify the local 904 area code. The protest came two days after owner Shad Khan spoke against racism in a letter on the team website. He promised then the franchise would work toward a “timely response.”...
    The Jacksonville Jaguars on Friday led a march from TIAA Bank Field to the sheriff’s office in wake of the death of George Floyd, the Minneapolis man who died in police custody May 25 after an officer kneeled on his neck for more than 8 minutes in a moment caught on cellphone video. The Jaguars made the announcement on its Twitter account. ERIC REID CALLS OUT NFL OVER 'BLACK LIVES MATTER' TWEET: 'YOU ARE THE SYSTEM' “For many Americans, now is the moment. Never has that been clearer,” the team wrote. “Our players are leading an organization-wide march to raise awareness for racial injustice against the Black community. This is just the first step forward.” PATRICK MAHOMES, ODELL BECKHAM JR.,...