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Defensive lineman John Chick clicks in NFL debut for Jaguars | jacksonville.com
When the Jaguars cut starting quarterback David Garrard the week of the season opener, it stunned the NFL. When the Jaguars replaced Garrard's roster spot with defensive end John Chick, nobody noticed.
Part of the plan - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
If and when it becomes necessary, Luke McCown said Wednesday he has no doubt: He, too, shall pass – and if necessary, he’ll pass often. McCown, after a little more than a week as the Jaguars’ starting quarterback, said while the team’s offensive image/philosophy is run-first, run-second and often times run-third – particularly true this past week in the regular-season opener – that doesn’t change his belief in himself.
An annoying situation - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
He’s not angry, necessarily. Marcedes Lewis, the Jaguars’ Pro Bowl tight end, has played more than long enough to know that injuries – nagging ones and ones far worse – are part of the NFL. Still, to get one now – after the lockout, after his holdout, as good as he felt entering the season . . .
Reed: Landry was key piece for Ravens - AFC South Blog - ESPN
Dawan Landry was effective for the Jaguars in his debut Sunday. His old partner at safety, Ed Reed, had nothing but praise for him on Wednesday. Landry left Baltimore after five seasons for free-agency riches from the safety-needy Jags: five years, $27.5 million including $10.5 million guaranteed.
Jaguars WR Jason Hill thinks the New York market gets overhyped | jacksonville.com
Before I even finished a question about the challenges presented to the Jaguars receivers facing the Jets secondary, receiver Jason Hill knew what was coming. "Same one that everyone else gives us," Hill said. "This is a league full of great players. I think sometimes they get overhyped. I talked to Drew [Coleman], Drew played there. He says it's just the aura of New York. They got a big media. That's not the Jacksonville paper, that's the big New York Times paper so they get more pub. That's what it is.
Jaguars CB Derek Cox told to "take it easy" until next week | jacksonville.com
Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio called starting cornerback Derek Cox doubtful on Wednesday after he sustained a chest injury during the Jaguars season opening win over the Tennessee Titans. "All I know right now is they told me to take it easy until next week when I get checked out again by the doctors," Cox said. He landed on his back, defending a pass near the end of the first half. Cox might have had an interception on the play, but fell out of bounds.
Jaguars Notebook: Tight end Marcedes Lewis to test sore right calf on Friday | jacksonville.com
Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis will test a strain in his right calf by running on it for the first time Friday. Until then, the Pro Bowl selection will rest the injury and undergo treatment.