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Daily Links - June 17

In the offseason we all 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. - Jaguars' Lewis happy with life - just not with franchise tag
Like the other 2,000 or so NFL players hoping and praying that the recent swell of optimism in the labor talks is accurate, Jaguars TE Marcedes Lewis hopes the good times can roll again soon.

Waiting For The Green Light -
Jack Del Rio doesn't know when the NFL lockout finally will end. In that way, he is very much like most NFL observers, but what Del Rio – entering his ninth season as the Jaguars' head coach – said he does know is this: When the lockout ends, the Jaguars will be ready. Very, very ready.

Eye-opening experience during overseas trips for Jaguars players |
The countries were different, and the programs were different. But three Jaguars, center Brad Meester, defensive end Aaron Kampman and linebacker Russell Allen, shared similar experiences in the offseason when they saw poverty-stricken conditions during visits to Third World countries.

Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver repeats that he has no interest in moving team to L.A. |
Los Angeles officials can apparently cross Jacksonville off the list of teams that might consider moving there as long as Wayne Weaver owns the Jaguars.

Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio offers pep talk to fans |
Coach Jack Del Rio gave a crowd of Jaguars season-ticket holders a sneak preview Wednesday night of the message he will give the players at the first meeting after the lockout ends.