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Your weekly Wednesday Aaron Kampman practice update, with a bonus hair style report | jacksonville.com
Big news: Aaron Kampman cut his hair. Yes, those wild locks of his are no more. The Jaguars defensive end showed up at practice today with a shorter, more businesslike do. What's that? You don't think that's news?
Rookie receiver Cecil Shorts has plenty to learn about succeeding in NFL | jacksonville.com
Cecil Shorts crossed the aisle in search for some advice recently. He didn't just seek out receivers and tight ends who could help his transition to the NFL. The Jaguars rookie receiver talked to defensive players, too. He asked cornerback Rashean Mathis how he could make it in the NFL as long as the nine-year veteran had. He asked linebacker Clint Session what Session's former teammates, such as former Colts receiver Marvin Harrison and current Colts receiver Reggie Wayne, did to distinguish themselves.
Jaguars Notebook: Eugene Monroe practices; return likely | jacksonville.com
Left tackle Eugene Monroe appears ready to return to the Jaguars starting lineup Sunday after missing one start, but defensive end Aaron Kampman is uncertain if he'll make his season debut in the game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Monroe went full-time in practice on Wednesday. Kampman, who missed the first four games while recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament, was encouraged that he was able to see some action with the first team in limited duty.
Some long nights - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
Sleep doesn’t come easy for Maurice Jones-Drew these days. But while that’s true, and while Jones-Drew said losing three consecutive games gnaws at him as much as it ever has, he said there’s a reason he can still smile at times. He sees some good things – a lot of good things, actually – and he absolutely sees better days ahead.
Mankins takes unsolicited shot at Jaguars D - AFC South Blog - ESPN
Sam, a Jaguars fan and regular reader, thinks I’ve been too hard on the Jaguars' defense. (I wish he’d leave his email when he writes my mailbag.) I’ve tried to couch it. The Jaguars' offense is way worse, of course. But the team’s resources for immediate results went into the defense, and a veteran group needs to carry the club while Blaine Gabbert endures the early hardships of being a rookie quarterback with limited weapons. I’m hardly the only one who thinks the Jaguars' defense can do more.