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Jacksonville Jaguars Around the Internets

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.

2011 Pro Days: Jaguars pass on Alabama A&M
Despite the most interest garnered by an Alabama A&M Pro Day in the last four years, the Jaguars were not one of the 12 teams in attendance on Monday.


Bright future in a special area - Jaguars news on
As Russ Purnell sees it, the future is as bright as the recent past. Because as good as the Jaguars' special teams were much of the 2010 season, Purnell – a 25-year NFL coaching veteran in his third season as the team's special teams coach – said there's little reason the group can't again make solid strides next season.


Where dialogue, there’s hope - The O-Zone on
Feeling cautiously optimistic today. I got a lot of emails over the weekend about the labor talks in Washington, and was surprised with a few who were angry with the one-week extension.


PFT Heroes 2010: Tight end | ProFootballTalk
The finalists for the PFT Heroes award given to top tight end were Marcedes Lewis of the Jaguars, Antonio Gates of the Chargers, Tony Gonzalez of the Falcons, Vernon Davis of the 49ers, Zach Miller of the Raiders, and Jason Witten of the Cowboys.


Bears, Jags plan no staff layoffs or furloughs, either | ProFootballTalk
The Jaguars, also via SportsBusiness Daily, plan "to operate business as usual." Also, Larry Mayer of the Bears’ official website reports that team CEO Ted Phillips has informed coaches and staff members that they won’t face layoffs, furloughs, or immediate pay cuts in the event of a lockout.