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Daily Links - May 23

I apologize for falling behind a bit but that just means more stories for you today!  Continue on after the jump for your Jaguar fix for the day. Jaguars Positional Analysis- Quarterbacks
We're deep into the 2011 offseason and Jaguars information is certainly scarce. We figured that this is a pretty good time to examine the current roster, position-by-position. We're going to start with the quarterbacks.

Active In Upgrading Talent -
As Gene Smith sees it, the process is an ongoing one.  Smith, in his third season as the Jaguars' general manager, said strides have been made in recent drafts and off-seasons toward where the Jaguars want to be – i.e., a team that contends annually and consistently for division championships and Super Bowls.

Smith Pleased With New Additions -
Gene Smith wasn’t counting on it happening. Not exactly as it did, at least.  Smith, the Jaguars' general manager, said this week he didn't enter the 2011 NFL Draft convinced the Jaguars necessarily would have a chance for their best-case scenario – i.e., trading up for the quarterback they most coveted.

Marcedes Lewis On Long Beach Poly - ESPN Video - ESPN
ESPN Video: Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis talks about his experience at Long Beach Poly, subject of the new Current TV reality show 4th and Forever. - Lockout limbo: Jaguars report
With NFL teams stuck in limbo thanks to the lockout, we are looking at where teams stand as they await the opening of the 2011 league year. Today, we take a look at the Jaguars.

David Garrard looks forward to starting competition |
Jaguars quarterback David Garrard welcomes the competition on which he'll embark whenever the league year begins.He accepts that he'll have to earn his starting role with the addition of quarterback Blaine Gabbert, whom the Jaguars selected 10th overall last month.

Jaguars defensive end Aaron Kampman's knee is... still fine |
Jaguars defensive end Aaron Kampman's reply when asked about his knee has been similar throughout the offseason.

Discreetly, Jaguars are having their own version of OTAs |
"Knees up! Knees up!" Jaguars cornerback Rashean Mathis hollers to a group of teammates in the midst of a 300-yard run. He is playing coach at a time when NFL players can't have these conversations with their real coaches.