During the Tebow madness last week, the Jaguars brought in receiver Lee Evans for a visit. My understanding at the time was that Evans had other visits to make and was going to weigh his options. Today at the coaches' breakfast during the NFL league meetings, Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey said the Jaguars are still in communication with Evans and he is a possibility for the team.
PALM BEACH, FL – Jaguars Owner Shad Khan said without question he is at peace. And without question, Khan said when he is asked about the events of the last week he will be able to answer questions honestly. Because of that, he said is moving forward, and he also on Monday afternoon said this much is true, too: It’s time for those following the Jaguars to do the same.
PALM BEACH, FL -- No matter the locale, Mike Mularkey’s stance remains the same. The time for talking about other teams' quarterbacks is over, Mularkey said again this week, and what has been of primary importance for Mularkey and the rest of the Jaguars’ coaching staff remains as such. That’s the development of Blaine Gabbert. Mularkey, hired as the Jaguars’ head coach in January, is attending the NFL Owners Meetings at the Breakers resort this week, and on Tuesday, he spoke to the media at the AFC Coaches Media Breakfast. When he did, quarterback unsurprisingly was a topic, and Mularkey again stressed that when it comes to Gabbert, he and the staff like much about what they see.