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Gene Frenette: Damaged safety Bob Sanders not a good fit for Jaguars | jacksonville.com
Whenever the NFL free agency period begins, there’s going to be an assortment of temptations for the Jaguars, because they’ll feel compelled to spend money on some glaring holes at linebacker and in the secondary. One of general manager Gene Smith’s favorite sayings is "the best ability is availability," which is why the Jaguars shouldn’t even bother to kick the tires on Bob Sanders, the supremely talented safety released Friday by the Indianapolis Colts.
Turning potential into production - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
Derek Cox has heard all of the talk about potential. Cox, the Jaguars' third-year veteran cornerback, has heard how he is a big part of the future of the Jaguars' secondary, how he potentially could soon develop into an elite shut-down corner.
Should the NFL expand to an 18 game Regular Season? " Black and Teal | A Jacksonville Jaguars Blog
One of the biggest points of contention in the labor negotiations between the NFL and the NFLPA is whether or not to make the switch from a 16 game regular season to 18 games. Roger Goodell and most of the owners are strongly in favor of this. To be quite honest with you, I’m not so crazy about a 18 game regular season. Sure it would mean more "real" football for us fans, but I have some issues with this.
Rams cut O. Atogwe, Texans cut E. Wilson
The free agent crop at safety looks stronger and stronger. Just hours after the Colts announced the release of veteran safety Bob Sanders, the Rams have announced they have released safety O.J. Atogwe and the Texans announced they have released safety Eugene Wilson.
Jaguars show interest in 2 prospects
The Jaggernaut has learned that the Jaguars have talked with and showed interest in Grambling State DE Christian Anthony and Auburn RB Mario Fannin.
Rest of division should ponder Bob Sanders - AFC South Blog - ESPN
Colts owner Jim Irsay announced via Twitter that the Colts have released safety Bob Sanders. The one-time defensive player of the year is a wonder to behold when he’s on the field, but his body has let him down repeatedly and it’s hard to depend on him and pay him a big number.