Storm costs team practice timeThe NFL limits teams to 10 organized team activities (OTAs) in the offseason, but the Jaguars will have no more than 9 ½ this year.They lost half of their Tuesday session when their usual two-hour practice was stopped after about 45 minutes by a thunderstorm.The Jaguars weren’t able to wait out the storm because of the rules covering offseason practices limits the players work day for the voluntary drills to six hours, which for the Jaguars is 8:15 a.m. until 2:15 p.m.
Kyle Love said Monday he's very confident that his recently-diagnosed Type 2 diabetes won't be a problem or change his playing style as he tries to catch on with the Jacksonville Jaguars after being cast off by the New England Patriots. He said he learned about his diabetes following a team physical. Team doctors noticed he had high blood sugar and called him back in for more tests, which revealed diabetes. Type 2 is manageable with the requisite blood-sugar monitoring, a healthy diet and a good amount of physical activity.
Sen’Derrick Marks knew this was coming. Tyson Alualu did too, and to hear the two veteran defensive linemen tell it, anyone who was listening to Jaguars Head Coach Gus Bradley could have expected something like this.But seventeen linemen?
Justin Forsett’s mantra is Carpe Diem — seize the day.“In this league, opportunities are few and far between. You’ve got to take advantage when they’re there. It’s a blessing just to have an opportunity to go out and compete every day,’’ the veteran running back said.Signed as an unrestricted free agent to a two-year $2 million deal to give the Jaguars more depth at running back, Forsett is getting an opportunity because Maurice Jones-Drew is still recovering from surgery last December for his Lisfranc foot injury.