Justin Blackmon worked full-speed with the first team. Blaine Gabbert did, too – and there’s no indication that’s going to change any time soon. As for Maurice Jones-Drew . . . Well, Jones-Drew wasn’t at EverBank Field Tuesday, and while Jaguars Head Coach Mike Mularkey would prefer it if he were, he’s not going to worry that he’s not
2. Jacksonville Jaguars: The AFC South has a shot to have two top-five defenses in 2012. Mike Malarkey takes over as the Jaguars’ head coach, but his focus will be getting quarterback Blaine Gabbert’s career straightened out and improving a dismal Jacksonville passing game.
"WE’RE GOING TO BE GOOD" Jeremy Mincey doesn’t bother hiding his optimism. As he sees it, there’s no reason. Mincey, the Jaguars’ fifth-year defensive end and sacks leader last season, was asked Tuesday as 2012 organized team activities opened about realistic expectations for next season.