Adam Schefter reports that before the Broncos finalized the trade of Tim Tebow to the Jets, they allowed Tebow to share his preference between the Jets and Jaguars. If it had gone another way, I’d have a different stance. But that Tebow picked the Jets did the Jaguars a great, two-part service.
When the city of Jacksonville landed its NFL franchise in 1993, it received a fortuitous bounce from pre-expansion favorite St. Louis, which fumbled the opportunity away with a mismanaged game plan. This time, in one of the biggest opportunities in franchise history, the Jaguars dropped the ball by not agreeing to pay a reasonable price to acquire the most popular football player in Jacksonville history.
What a month for defensive back Aaron Ross. His wife, Sanya Richards-Ross, recently won the 400 meters at the world indoor track and field championships in Istanbul by almost a full second. And Ross on Wednesday signed a three-year, $9.75 million deal with the Jaguars.