The Jaguars started their second organized team activity of the week in a light rain Wednesday, but coach Mike Mularkey said they actually had a better practice than they did on Tuesday. Mularkey said it was good to get a chance to work in the rain and added, "It was cooler and the guys were flying around." But Mularkey said that even though the Jaguars have only had to move one practice indoors, the weather has been a topic of discussion for each practice.
There’s a limit to what they can say right now. Eugene Monroe knows this. Brad Meester and Uche Nwaneri do, too. The Jaguars’ offensive linemen know although they believe they are a quality group – and that they aren’t a one-dimensional unit good at the wrong dimension – now is not the time to prove it. Now, is the off-season. Now, is the first week of organized team activities. So, now, is the time to work.
Paul Posluszny is making the progress he wants this off-season. The Jaguars’ starting middle linebacker returned to practice Tuesday, working in the starting lineup on the first day of organized team activities. He spoke with the media following Wednesday’s practice, and said while he has not yet been cleared for contact, his shoulder "feels great."