Jaguars notes: Britton won't be back against Colts | jacksonville.com
Jaguars offensive lineman Eben Britton was not at practice Wednesday and Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio ruled him out for Sunday’s game against the Indianapolis Colts. "I think at some point I’ll be able to shed some light on it, but at this point I can just let you know he’s not going to be available this weekend," Del Rio said.
Jaguars, Colts in futile attraction | jacksonville.com
College football just had its No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup last weekend. The NFL will have No. 31 vs. No. 32 on offense Sunday when the Jaguars go to Indianapolis. The Jaguars are ranked the worst offensive team in the league; the Colts are the second worst. The Colts without Peyton Manning are the second-worst in yardage gained and first downs and 30th in points scored.
Posluszny speaks again on Penn State scandal: "This atrocity happened on our campus" | jacksonville.com
When I spoke to Paul Posluszny Monday, he was shocked and saddened by the allegations of child sexual abuse a Pennsylvania grand jury levied on former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky. That shock hadn't worn off on Wednesday when he addressed a larger media contingent and added to it was shame. "We had the opportunity to be right, to solve a problem, to fix something, and we didn't," Posluszny said. "And that hurt."
Will Rackley will tell you there’s still work to be done. A lot of it. Rackley, the Jaguars’ rookie left guard, said while it’s true he played better in recent weeks just before the bye than he did early in the season, he in no way looks at tape seven regular-season games into his NFL career and sees everything he wants to see.
Mathis: 'We feel it can be done'
Whatever the perception, Rashean Mathis said the goal remains the same. And while the Jaguars’ veteran cornerback said anyone outside the team may find the concept not only difficult to accept, but pretty unbelievable, he said that doesn’t change how players within the locker room feel.
Short stuff an issue for Gabbert, Jaguars - AFC South Blog - ESPN
Jack Del Rio said Wednesday that rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert has done difficult things well but needs to do simpler things better. Like what? How about short throws?