Tight end Tim Tebow has physically committed to his new role with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Many were skeptical of just why the Jacksonville Jaguars signed Tim Tebow to play tight end. However, as Jaguars’ training camp progresses, it has become evident that the Florida product has put in the physical work required to play the position and has made a positive impression.
Clemson, SCSpartanburg Herald-Journal
Their silence could be a message sent loud and clear. Maybe there’s a reason Clemson football coaches have not indicated any sort of pecking order when it comes to running backs. Maybe it’s because an 18-year-old freshman who has never played a snap in college is already the Tigers’ best player at the position.
Trevor Lawrence got the kitchen sink thrown at him at training camp. The former Clemson star entered his first training camp of his NFL career with the Jacksonville Jaguars as he goes for the starting gig as a rookie. While he is the likely the Week 1 starter, he has...
Tim Tebow had his biggest moment yet as a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars at practice earlier this week. The former NFL quarterback turned minor league baseball player is attempting a football comeback, only this one is coming at tight end. Tebow, who won two national championships playing under Urban...
What spot did the Jacksonville Jaguars get in Pro Football Focus’ recent running back ranking?. Teams like the Cleveland Browns and the Tennessee Titans know the importance of having an elite ground game. Although the running back position doesn’t have the same impact it had 30 years ago, it’s still important to have one that can move the chains in short-yardage situations and catch the ball out of the backfield.
The Jacksonville Jaguars will look very different in 2021. That sounds fairly obvious, as there is a high turnover rate in the NFL rate due to the salary cap, which limits the team’s ability to keep players. Nevertheless, this is particularly true for the Jags, who have spent the offseason looking for ways to upgrade a roster that lacked depth and talent last year.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have activated wide receiver Jamal Agnew from the Active/Non-Football Injury list, the club announced Monday. Agnew had been placed on the list last Wednesday for an undisclosed reason. The Jaguars receiver room had become bare. Practice squad receiver Josh Hammond and rookie undrafted free agent Josh Imatorbhebhe...
When Paul Tagliabue was elected to succeed Pete Rozelle on Oct. 26, 1989, the seventh commissioner of the NFL was taxed with growing the game as much as he could. A few months later at the owners meeting, Tagliabue announced a four-year television deal worth a then-record $3.6 billion. At that same meeting, he announced the formation of a committee for expansion and realignment.
NFLNational football post
The Jacksonville Jaguars placed quarterback C.J. Beathard and safety Jarrod Wilson on the Reserve/COVID-19 list on Monday. Beathard, 27, signed a two-year, $5 million deal with the Jaguars in March after four years with the San Francisco 49ers. He is competing with Gardner Minshew to be the backup to No. 1 overall pick Trevor Lawrence.
Don’t look now, but the Browns safety room is loaded. Absolutely loaded. Although Ronnie Harrison, Sheldrick Redwine, Jovante Moffatt, Elijah Benton and Grant Delpit are 2020 hold-overs in this group, GM Andrew Berry made a huge splash signing early in the free agency period by inking John Johnson III away from the Los Angeles Rams.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have placed quarterback CJ Beathard and safety Jarrod Wilson on the Reserve/COVID-19 list, the team announced Monday afternoon. The club now has four players on the list, with Beathard and three defensive backs. In addition to Wilson, corners CJ Henderson and Chris Claybrooks both remain on the list.
Trevor Lawrence’s preseason debut with the Jacksonville Jaguars is under two weeks away. The No. 1 overall pick from the 2021 NFL Draft sounds excited to jump into game action. On Saturday at the team’s training camp practice, Lawrence was asked if there’s a different sense of energy around his...
Soon after Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich announced that quarterback Carson Wentz will be sidelined 5-to-12 weeks due to a foot injury that requires surgery, several veteran signal-callers were linked to the Colts as potential trade options. One of the most established passers connected to the Colts is Chicago...
Nick Foles was a pretty good high school basketball player, turning down offers from Georgetown and Baylor to instead play college football at Arizona State Michigan State Arizona. But given the number of times he’s already been traded, Foles’ career trajectory feels a lot more like that of an NBA shooting guard than an NFL quarterback.
The Jacksonville Jaguars added a receiver to their active roster Monday morning as Jamal Agnew was removed from the Active/Non-Football Injury list. The move comes as the Jags held a few receivers out of practice Saturday and added receivers Jeff Cotton and Tevin Jones to give them some depth. Agnew,...
It’s far from unprecedented for No. 1 pick quarterbacks to take their team from the worst in the league to playoff contention as a rookie. But with that being said, teams usually pick first overall for a reason. The Jags had one of the league’s most depleted rosters in 2020, and that led to a franchise-worst 1-15 season.
NFLIsland Packet Online
A.J. Bouye often makes little markings in the books he reads. Notes that show what he was thinking while he was making his way through page after page. The notes he leaves are for more than just himself. They are left behind for his two daughters, Zoe, 6, and Rhyan, 1, so that when they are old enough to read, they will know what he was thinking as he passed through the pages.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (WIFR) - After a stellar rookie season with the Jacksonville Jaguars, running back James Robinson says he is ready for the upcoming year. Robinson ran for more than 1,000 yards and scored seven touchdowns in his rookie campaign. He acted as the Jaguars workhorse for most of the season, carrying the ball more than 15 times in all but four games.