Pryor focused on fullback
He is ready, and believes he is able. When it comes to Lonnie Pryor, the rookie fullback many expect to have a chance to make the Jaguars’ roster this season as an undrafted free agent, that doesn’t mean he is cocky or brash. But prepared? Yes, Pryor – who played collegiately at Florida State – said that although he still has work to do and progress to make after a month of organized team activities and two minicamps he absolutely believes he is prepared for what lies ahead.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have been overhauling their roster after a disastrous 2-14 record in 2012's NFL season. The team has been undergoing a youth movement throughout the offseason that has seen an influx of new talent. General manager David Caldwell has been adding mostly young talent to go along with experienced players to build toward the future. Sure, it means the Jaguars probably won't be very good this year, but that's not the point. Caldwell is trying to build a long-term and sustainable winner in Jacksonville, which would make all the growing pains pay off.
There once was a time when attending an NFL game meant unplugging from the manic-obsessive tracking of your fantasy football team. The Jacksonville Jaguars are trying to change that. The Sports Business Journal (via ProFootballTalk.com) spoke with Jaguars president Mark Lamping, who said a section of the team's new massive video-board space at EverBank Field could be devoted to the NFL RedZone channel. For the uninitiated, NFL RedZone provides fans with constant real-time updates of every game on Sundays. It's among the best things ever.