Jacksonville’s Marcedes Lewis suffered a terrible drop-off in 2011 after a super-productive 2010 and a new contract. He was dealing with some difficult off-the-field issues, but needed to compartmentalize better to perform on Sundays. As part of a new offense, can he bounce back as a weapon or will the team be left to talk of his blocking?
Mel Tucker knows just one thing for sure about the Jaguars’ defense, and for now, he’s OK with that. Ask the Jaguars’ defensive coordinator about the defense a week into 2012 organized team activities, and he tells you he likes what’s happening. He also said he knows the Jaguars will play a 4-3 base package, but beyond that he’s not certain. And for now, he said that is as it should be.
The Jacksonville Jaguars’ "Refer A Fan" program, in which season ticket owners are invited to refer friends to become Jaguars multi-year season ticket owners in return for a cash referral fee, has netted the Jaguars 1,505 new multi-year season ticket sales in the past three months. The program, which was introduced in February, rewards season ticket owners who refer new multi-year season ticket sales in the general bowl with a $25 per-seat reward and $100 per seat for referred season ticket sales in the Touchdown Club and Terrace Suite.