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Daily Links - May 11

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In the offseason weall know that the news can come a little bit slow but here on BCC we will try and provide a daily link dump so continue on after the jump to get your Jaguar fix for the day.

Lockout losers: NFL's rookies and new coaches -
Blaine Gabbert shrugs when asked about the good fortune of actually having a Jaguars playbook in his possession. The first-round draft choice from Missouri took advantage of a one-day, court-ordered window in the NFL's lockout of the players to visit with Jacksonville's coaching staff. He was also given the equivalent of a pro football bible, and immediately began studying the playbooy, even if he couldn't put it to use on a field.

Nerves rarely rattle Blaine Gabbert, just ask his parents |
In the month leading up to the NFL draft, Blaine Gabbert's schedule was a blur of private workouts and meetings with NFL teams. Where he went and when he took those trips started to blend together for his parents, Chuck and Bev Gabbert.

On Jaguars draft pick Will Rackley's artistic side, where he fits in the Jaguars' plans |
His artistic side led a major in product design at Lehigh. A bright kid in high school, Rackley was recruited mostly by academically sound schools in the north east. When he started college, his focus was on just college and college football, not the next step. But Rackley quickly became one of the best offensive linemen ever to come out of Lehigh.

"A ready-made guy" -
Andy Heck won't offer guarantees.  Heck, the Jaguars offensive line coach said he can't say for sure Will Rackley will develop into an early starter and he can't be 100 percent certain he will fulfill the potential that made him one of the first 100 players selected in the recent NFL Draft.

MTSU's Rod Issac beat odds for NFL | The Tennessean |
Getting to the NFL is hard enough.  And most players don't have to grow up in the type of neighborhood Rod Issac did.  The former Middle Tennessee State cornerback recently was selected in the fifth round of the NFL Draft by theJacksonville Jaguars.

Daily Journal - Former Buffalo and Wyoming star Prosinski drafted in 4th round by Jacksonville Jaguars
It was a little before 11 a.m. April 30 when Chris Prosinski got the most anticipated phone call of his life. The former Buffalo High School linebacker and University of Wyoming safety was with friends and family in his garage in Buffalo when the screen on his phone lit up and displayed a number with the Jacksonville, Fla. area code.