Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer remains committed to Jacksonville, building the franchise.
The next few weeks will be important for the Jaguars moving forward, but they can’t let Week 1 stay on their minds.
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Even in Year 1 of a rebuild, the Jaguars deployed few rookies during their Week 1 debut against the Texans.
The Jaguars’ performance on Sunday left much to be desired for observers, and head coach Urban Meyer.
A new beginning didn’t spark much for Jacksonville during its Week 1 contest as they couldn’t get it going against the Texans.
What do that Jaguars need to do in order to secure a Week One W?
The Jaguars enter the first week of the regular season relatively healthy with just two players listed on the injury report.
The Jaguars have officially named its captains for the 2021 season, including rookie QB Trevor Lawrence.
The Jaguars are set to take on the Texans in Houston for its regular season opener.
Josh Lambo played in just four games last season due to injuries, but is ready to take on the challenge this season.
The Jaguars will head into the season without one of its receivers that made the initial 53-man roster.
Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer mentioned the need for the team to add a tight end, and they do so with Jacob Hollister.
The Jaguars retained many of its released players, adding 13 to the team’s practice squad today.
The Jaguars were expected to add a skill player following final cuts, and they do so today with Tyron Johnson.