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Gene Frenette: Ex-Jaguar Fred Taylor shows true class in his farewell | jacksonville.com
We thought we had seen the best of Fred Taylor on all those highlight reels, especially that 70-yard, game-winning touchdown run against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a 22-year-old rookie. But it turns out Taylor, in his final official act as an NFL player, saved his best for last.
The numbers don’t lie for Jags’ support | jacksonville.com
At some point during the NFL season, some national pundit will repeat a misguided argument about Jaguars fans not supporting their team. Jacksonville has become the national pariah for NFL attendance problems, but the facts from 2010 reveal otherwise. After struggling to finish 30th in attendance in 2009, the Team Teal campaign paid dividends.
The Jaguars proved once again in the past month that they are not a team built to look good in the preseason. They’re not usually a quick-striking, big-play team. They’re a team that likes to run the ball, stop the run and wear teams down in the second half.
The Jacksonville Jaguars today signed seven players to their practice squad, six of whom had been with the team through the preseason. All six had been waived on Saturday in final cuts to the 53-man roster. Signed to practice squad contracts today were OT Daniel Baldridge, WR Tyler Beiler, LB Jacob Cutrera, S Matt Estrada, RB DuJuan Harris, CB T.J. Heath and LB Mike Lockley.
Fred Taylor was, is and always will be quite simply the best Jacksonville Jaguar player ever. Freddy T holds more team records than anybody else. He is ranked 15th all-time in rushing in the history of the NFL. He has been to the pro bowl & will be enshrined in the NFL Hall of Fame someday in my opinion. He will undoubtedly be inducted into the Jaguars ring of Honor at Everbank field soon.