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Jacksonville Jaguars News 3/31

We'll try every day to give you guys the news on the Jacksonville Jaguars around the internet. It's the off-season for us, so any and all Jaguars information is going to be at a premium. But as you know, you can find everything you need on Big Cat Country. I have no shame.

Eugene Monroe on the importance of offseason activities for rookies |
Eugene Monroe missed quite a bit of training camp in 2009 before signing a five-year deal worth $35.4 million with $19.2 million in guaranteed money. His holdout lasted 12 days. So the Jaguars left tackle has a first-hand perspective on how an extended lockout will affect rookies. And it won't be good


Gene Coding: Breaking Down the Quarterbacks (pt. 1) " Black and Teal | A Jacksonville Jaguars Blog
The Jaguars have made no secret that they intend to acquire a "quarterback of the future" in the 2011 Draft to groom behind David Garrard. There is a wealth of talent at the position this year with a wide range of skill sets – from weak-armed, cerebral types to an "Eminem-wannabe" with no mobility but an arm made of gold.


Jags All Day | Jacksonville Jaguars Blog: Jacksonville Jaguars' Needs - Defense
Let's start this thing off by looking at the secondary. It's been well documented that this is a major area of concern for the Jaguars. Courtney Greene looks as if he may be a long term guy at SS, but it's too early to tell. He hits well, but his coverage certainly needs some work.


Jags All Day | Jacksonville Jaguars Blog: Jacksonville Jaguars' Needs - Special Teams
I know, I used the "click the jump" line. I promise, it won't happen again. Let's get to the topic at hand. The Jaguars have one of the best special teams units in the league. As such, the Jags won't need to look high and low for more talent on this side of the ball.

Jaguars News: 3/30 | March
12:20 AM ET - The Chicago Tribune reports East Carolina OT Willie Smith has ran through private workouts with the Jaguars, Bears, Panthers and Packers. Smith has been the starter at left tackle for the Pirates after bouncing around his first two seasons between defensive end, defensive tackle and tight end. At 6'5, 310 pound, he's clearly a tackle now.