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Top Five Jaguars Free Agent Targets | Jaguars Blog

With the Jaguars regular season over after a 5-11 season, I’m already focusing on who the Jags should take a shot at luring to the team during the free agency period. The team officially has a new owner and will have a new coach in the next few weeks, so with all the change in the air, we look to see a new excitement and energy brought to the team. Here are my Top 5 Free Agent prospects.

Giants vs Falcons: What It Means For the Jaguars - Black and Teal - A Jacksonville Jaguars Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

The New York Giants dominated the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday 24-2. The Falcons’ offense was unable to run the ball effectively and couldn’t establish a strong rapport between Matt Ryan and his receivers. What does this mean for the Jaguars?

Gene Frenette: Jaguars don't need to play name game in search for coach |

When you scan the list of candidates the Jaguars have been known to contact about their head coaching vacancy, nobody leaps off the page from a resume standpoint. There's a heavy dose of NFL offensive coordinators (Mike Mularkey, Brian Schottenheimer, Mike McCoy and Rob Chudzinski), Jaguars interim coach/defensive coordinator Mel Tucker and perhaps some unknown, higher-profile candidates that general manager Gene Smith and owner Shahid Khan have managed to keep secret.

NFL Confidential: Defense an afterthought for most NFL playoff teams |

So much for the theory that defense wins championships. Green Bay and New England, the two teams with the best records and top seeds in this season’s playoffs, are the two worst in total defense. Both teams thrived because they have two of the best quarterbacks in the league — Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady.

Byner's bad fortune: Coaching an NFL rushing champion offers no job security |

Earnest Byner has kept busy updating his resume. As Maurice Jones-Drew’s accolades accumulate, the former Jaguars running backs coach adds them one by one. Most recently, Jones-Drew was named to the Associated Press All-Pro team, and Byner doesn’t think Jones-Drew is finished yet.