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Patrick Mularkey moving from scouting to strength with Jaguars |

The Jaguars named Patrick Mularkey, son of head coach Mike Mularkey, an assistant strength and conditioning coach on Friday. Patrick Mularkey was a scouting assistant for the Jaguars for the past two seasons. Mularkey was a strength and conditioning intern with the Atlanta Falcons during the 2008 training camp.

Jaguars owner Shahid Khan's yacht anchors downtown, making a big splash |

New Jaguars owner Shahid Khan made another big splash in Jacksonville Friday when his yacht — a sleek 223-foot beauty — docked in front of the downtown Hyatt Regency. Gawkers took photos as crew members scrubbed the already gleaming sides of the Kismet, whose superstructure towered over the Northbank Riverwalk. The yacht’s so impressive, if it sticks around long enough it might even become as famous as its owner’s mustache

A genuine head coach

MOBILE, Ala. – No question, John Bonamego wanted to work in Jacksonville. Bonamego, recently hired as the Jaguars’ special teams coach, had worked for the team before and wanted to do so again. But beyond all of that, Bonamego said there was another factor that overrode all others in recent weeks.

NFL Any Era: AFC South candidates - AFC South Blog - ESPN

Here are my candidates, one from each of the other three teams. I welcome your input in the comments section. Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew -- A very powerful runner who can find space between the tackles and willing to take on contact. He runs effectively against stacked boxes in the modern day, he’d have been able to do the same in more rough and tumble times.