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Back in class - Notebook on jaguars.com
Jaguars offensive tackle Eben Britton visited EverBank Field last Friday to check in with the medical staff as he continues to rehab from his shoulder injury, which forced him to miss the second half of the 2010 season.
A lot of Sanders questions - The O-Zone on jaguars.com
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Bob Sanders: Could Help Be on the Way? " Black and Teal | A Jacksonville Jaguars Blog
Bob Sanders is reportedly in Jacksonville today to be checked out by team doctors. The signature GM Gene formula appears to be there: free agent with Pro Bowl abilities, team leader, character guy, can provide big help at a position of need, and likely for a reasonable price. Sound familiar?
Bob Sanders in Jacksonville: My thoughts
Adam Schefter reported this morning that the 2007 AP Defensive Player of the Year, Bob Sanders, is in Jacksonville visiting with Jaguars. It’s pretty easy to get excited about the possibilities of such a dynamic defensive player in teal, but with such high potential reward comes enormous risk.
More on Bob Sanders' day in Jacksonville | jacksonville.com
Well, Bob Sanders is definitely here, I saw him with my own eyes. He and Jaguars General Manager Gene Smith left from the Jaguars facility for lunch about 90 minutes ago, and both declined to speak with me. It's a good day for the Jaguars to have a free agent in town. It's a beautiful 80 degrees with very little humidity.
Former All-Pro safety Bob Sanders visits with Jaguars | jacksonville.com
Free agency won't begin in earnest for at least a couple more weeks — possibly longer if there is a lockout — but it's already started for the Jaguars.On Monday, Jacksonville hosted former Indianapolis Colts safety Bob Sanders in the first stop on his free agency tour. Sanders spent the day in Jacksonville. He had a medical exam during his visit, according to a source. According to another source, Sanders is scheduled to visit Buffalo today for his last visit before the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.