Jaguars acquire undisclosed selection for Smith
The Jaguars got a draft selection they didn’t expect Saturday. D’Anthony Smith, a defensive tackle listed by the Jaguars as being released when announcing a series of roster moves Friday, has been traded by the team for an undisclosed draft selection to the Seattle Seahawks, the teams announced Saturday afternoon. Although the Jaguars announced they had released 21 players Friday to trim the roster to the league-mandated 53, the official list of released players was not turned into the league until Saturday at 6 p.m. Teams had to be down to 53 players by Saturday at 6 p.m.
'Offensive weapon' Denard Robinson adjusts to whatever life, Jaguars throw his way | jacksonville.com
Denard Robinson doesn’t know what happened to his brother, Timothy.He doesn’t want to know the details about how his brother died 13 years ago. At the time, Robinson was 10 years old. Timothy was 11.Robinson was one of seven children, but Timothy was his closest sibling. The two were the fifth and sixth children born in Dorothea and Thomas Robinson’s family.All Robinson was told is that his brother died from internal bleeding after battling persistent stomach aches. To this day, he’s never discussed it further with his parents.
Jacksonville Jaguars 2013 Season Preview | Fox News
And now, as the latest contestant in Are you absolutely sure you want to be an NFL head coach?, the Jacksonville Jaguars welcome first-year man Gus Bradley.A 47-year-old from a small town in Minnesota, Bradley arrives in perhaps the league's least enviable top position in Jacksonville, a job that's claimed veteran Jack Del Rio and his replacement Mike Mularkey in the last two seasons as a once-successful franchise has ground to a 7-25 halt.
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