Jaguars coach Gus Bradley thankful for team support
The emotional pain Jaguars coach Gus Bradley has endured over the last few days was evident.Bradley spoke about the death of his father, Roy Bradley, after he rejoined the Jaguars on Wednesday at Pennyhill Park. Roy died Sunday around 9:20 p.m. in Zumbrota, Minn. He was 85.Bradley struggled with the decision on whether to leave the team to be with his family. Jaguars owner Shad Khan and general manager Dave Caldwell took the dilemma out of his hands. Bradley left for Zumbrota on Monday and did not fly to London with the Jaguars.
Jacksonville Jaguars could face Dallas Cowboys in London next season - ESPN Dallas
While the Jacksonville Jaguars are hosting the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at Wembley Stadium, they already have a potential matchup waiting in London for next year. The Cowboys are the leading contender to face the Jaguars next year in London, according to league sources. An announcement could come as early as Thursday, as the league would like to finalize plans for the game before the end of the week. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has wanted to play in London, and it's the most attractive game on Jacksonville's schedule. After this season, in which the Jaguars are winless, the NFL wants to match Jacksonville with a marquee franchise such as the Cowboys.
Wednesday evening wrapup: Jaguars-49ers
Here’s this week’s Wednesday wrapup. On Wednesday mornings during the 2013 regular season, jaguars.com senior writer John Oehser sets the stage for the Jaguars’ Wednesday media access by previewing major topics facing the team that day. Each Wednesday afternoon/evening, he breaks down what was learned from Jaguars players and coaches that day. Because the time change from England to Jacksonville meant that jaguars.com would have fresh stories throughout Wednesday morning, there was no Wednesday "primer."
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