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Let's take a look around the web at some Jacksonville Jaguars training camp stories.

Q&A with Wayne Weaver: Jaguars can 'build a legacy' if fans respond | jacksonville.com
Now that the NFL has a new CBA that guarantees the league 10 years of labor peace, Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver talked with Vito Stellino and Tania Ganguli of the Times-Union last week about his views of the new deal, what it means for the Jaguars, his take on the future of the team and the importance of selling out the stadium.

Is Dawan Landry a free safety or strong safety? In Baltimore that was Ed Reed's call | jacksonville.com
Dawan Landry laughed when asked the question. Were you mostly a free safety or strong safety in Baltimore? "I was whatever Ed didn't want to play," he said. "Ed just told me where to go."

Jaguars GM Gene Smith comes up for air after hectic week of signings | jacksonville.com
Jaguars general manager Gene Smith was finally able to exhale Sunday. His frantic week started at 7 p.m. Monday when the NFL gave teams the go-ahead to negotiate with undrafted free agents and ended Sunday with the signing of unrestricted free agent punter Matt Turk.

Glad to be here - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
Dawan Landry’s answer drew a laugh from the gathered media. Landry, a safety who on Saturday afternoon signed a free-agent contract with the Jaguars, attended his first Jaguars practice that night. Afterward, he was asked if he had played free or strong safety as a member of the Baltimore Ravens.

Oklahoma night - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
The pads came on, and as promised, the Jaguars kept alive a long-standing training camp tradition on Sunday night. On this night, the defense had at least a slight edge.

Minus Manuwai, the Jaguars have a hole to fill at guard | Jaguars Blog
With the Jaguars’ release of veteran guard Vince Manuwai, they will now look at newly-signed guard Jason Spitz to take over, unless third-round pick Will Rackley has something to say about it. In order for the Jaguars to have a good season they must be solid up front.

Gabbert-to-Shorts already one to watch - AFC South Blog - ESPN
At the Jaguars’ first of seven padded practices at training camp, I took notes on a bunch of stuff but feel compelled to feature one item in particular. The snapshot sticking on this impressionable mind is of a Blaine Gabbert-to-Cecil Shorts connection the team hopes is a big one for the offense for a good while.