We lead this Week 1 2013 OTA Fabulous Four with the release of fullback Montell Owens, the latest move in an offseason of turnover and transition. The Jaguars released Owens Thursday, parting ways with a two-time Pro Bowl special teams player who played well late last season in an emergency starting role.
On the Jaguars' two new D-linemen, Kyle Love and Brandon Deaderick - ESPN
With the Jaguars' defensive line in flux under first-year head coach Gus Bradley, both players project to have opportunities for playing time in Jacksonville. Given his versatility, Deaderick could compete with Tyson Alualu at defensive end (Red Bryant's position carried over from Bradley's defense in Seattle), or with offseason acquisitions Roy Miller and Sen'Derrick Marks on the inside. With his size (6-foot-1, 315 pounds), Love figures to have a role on first and second down as an interior run-stopper.
What Do All the Changes on Defense Mean for the Jaguars? | Bleacher Report
The Jacksonville Jaguars were arguably the worst team in the National Football League a season ago, and as new head coach Gus Bradley attempts to right the ship in Jacksonville, ..