What We Learned: Pre-Training Camp Edition
Here’s what we learned from the Jaguars’ pre-training camp media availability Tuesday: 1) Maurice Jones-Drew is healthy . . . The three-time Pro Bowl running back has been cleared to practice Friday. That’s the biggest news. 2). . . but after that? Jones-Drew likely will be brought along slowly to start camp. That’s not surprising, nor is it alarming. He just finished rehabbing from significant foot surgery. Being smart with him is . . . well, smart. He is an eight-year veteran and he knows what he needs to do to prepare. If he’s cleared now, he’ll be ready for the regular-season opener. That’s Priority One.
Upbeat. Upward? Jaguars, fans will soon find out | jacksonville.com
Jaguars coach Gus Bradley loathes complacency.His mantra is simple and direct.“We have a saying in our locker room,” Bradley said Tuesday at EverBank Field. “I preached it to our players. I believe the three most dangerous words in the NFL are, ‘I got it,’ and we stay away from those words. I want our players, our coaches and the whole organization to have the mindset that ‘we ain’t ever got it,’ and we’re going to compete in everything that we do.”
Jaguars claim safety Polk | National Football Post
The Jacksonville Jaguars have claimed rookie free safety Ray Polk off waivers from the Seattle Seahawks, per multiple reports. Polk signed with the Seahawks out of the University of Colorado shortly after the completion of the 2013 NFL Draft. The acquisition of Polk puts he Jaguars back at 90 players. They had a spot open after releasing rookie quarterback Jordan Rodgers earlier this week.
Pretty Much Screwed: Jacksonville Jaguars | 2013 NFL Preview | SportsGrid
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — and highlight at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: we fittingly start with the Jacksonville Jaguars, who will be this year's definition of pretty much screwed.