Caldwell: Jaguars done dealing | jacksonville.com
A few hours after the trade of left tackle Eugene Monroe to Baltimore became official, Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell said he is not conducting a fire sale.“No, absolutely not,” he said today at EverBank Field.Caldwell said he had spoken with running back Maurice Jones-Drew and middle linebacker Paul Posluszny and told both he has no intention of trading them for draft picks.
Jaguars claim John Lotulelei off waivers from Seahawks | ProFootballTalk
The Jacksonville Jaguars have once again looked to the former home of head coach Gus Bradley to add to their roster. The Jaguars claimed linebacker John Lotulelei off waivers from the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday. To make room on their roster, they released Kyle Knox, another former Seattle linebacker. Lotulelei received the highest signing bonus of any undrafted free agent in the league when he signed with Seattle after the draft in April. Lotulelei had a strong preseason with Seattle with 12 tackles and earned his way onto the Seahawks 53-man roster. He appeared in two games playing mainly on special teams.
Inside the Jaguars: Fisch says Joeckel looks natural on left
Jedd Fisch liked what he saw this week in practice. That was true of several things about the Jaguars’ offense, and he said it was particularly true of Luke Joeckel Wednesday. Fisch, the Jaguars’ offensive coordinator, said while the offense struggled the first four games of the season, there are signs that point to eventual improvement – more signs than simply the No. 2 overall selection in the 2013 NFL Draft moving to his natural position of left tackle.
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