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John’s introduction - Editorial on jaguars.com
Since a lot of us are just meeting, or at the least getting reacquainted, we'll start with a quick introduction. I'm John Oehser, new jaguars.com Senior Writer.
Stockpiling for the future without a CBA
Let’s assume for a second that the CBA negotiations don’t go very well and there is no agreement prior to draft day. On draft day there will have been no free agency and/or trades to acquire players. Draft day trades will only be allowed if the trades only involve picks. Never in the modern era of football (or any era of football, to the best of my knowledge) has there been a draft in which it provides owners and general managers their only opportunity to fill team needs in the foreseeable future.
Jaguars show interest in California PA QB Josh Portis
Before I say anything about Portis and the Jaguars’ reported interest, I’ll clarify by saying he is not the play action quarterback for the University of California. He is quarterback for the California University of Pennsylvania Vulcans in California, Pennsylvania. I was confused when I first read it so I thought I’d clear that up.
2011 NFL Draft Profile: WR – Dwayne Harris – East Carolina
The Jaguars set out in 2009 to right the wrongs of several drafts at the wide receiver position. Mike Thomas has been a success story, but Jarett Dillard has been consistently injured and Tiquan Underwood has been inconsistent, at best. With Mike Sims-Walker scheduled to hit free agency if the Jaguars choose not to resign him, the position is starting to again look like a position that the microscope should be on.
Jaguars begin another push for tickets | ProFootballTalk
By any measure, Jacksonville’s "Team Teal" initiative was a big success in 2010. The team didn’t have any true sellouts but they reduced the number of blackouts from nine in 2009 to zero in 2010. The Florida Times-Union notes that the Jaguars began this week with 17,000 season-ticket holders after they had zero at this time last year. (Zero? Huh?)