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Jaguars Notebook: Jags don't bother with Brandon Lloyd |
With the NFL trade deadline approaching this afternoon, the Jacksonville Jaguars aren't likely to make any moves. "I don't anticipate it," Jaguars general manager Gene Smith said on his weekly radio show, when asked if the Jaguars would make a trade.

Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio not second-guessing his decision to kick Sunday |
Sunday against the Steelers, the Jaguars faced a fourth-and-6 deep in Pittsburgh territory, trailing by seven points late in the fourth quarter. After first leaving the offense on the field, coach Jack Del Rio changed his mind after a time out and sent kicker Josh Scobee out for a 45-yard field goal.

Agent accuses Jaguars of shirking bill by cutting David Garrard |
Two Sundays ago, former Jaguars quarterback David Garrard spent the day watching football games lying on his back in his living room with his feet straight up in the air. The pain he felt in his leg was too unbearable for him to do anything else. On his wife's suggestion, he went to the emergency room, where he received an anti-inflammatory shot and painkillers to help.

Keep working
Without question Jack Del Rio said things are tough. Del Rio, in his ninth season as the Jaguars’ head coach, said while there’s no doubt the current five-game losing streak – the longest in his tenure – is difficult emotionally and whatever other way you can imagine, dwelling on the toughness is pointless. His solution? Keep working, because there is no other way.

When did Garrard's back become an issue? - AFC South Blog - ESPN
David Garrard will not re-emerge in Oakland or anywhere else this season. He told Chris Mortensen he’s got a herniated disc and will soon schedule back surgery. Garrard missed some time in the preseason with back problems. It’s unclear when the injury became an issue that needs surgery, but it’s a bizarre twist for the quarterback who was let go by the Jaguars just before the regular season started.