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12-year-old who had brain tumor removed coming back strong | jacksonville.com

Lauren Boswell was shocked to hear such a question. After undergoing 10 hours of surgery to remove a cyst and tumor from her brain that was causing epileptic seizures, the fifth-grade student at Bolles couldn’t believe that her father would ask something so obvious. Of course she knew who Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew was — her favorite player in the NFL — and that he was standing feet from her bed at Nemours Hospital.

Motivated for a return

D’Anthony Smith smiled wide, because for Smith, smiles come easy. The smile is about optimism and hope, because after missing his first two NFL seasons with different injuries of different degrees on different legs, Smith said he is healthy now.

Coming to the Defense of Tyson Alualu - Black and Teal - A Jacksonville Jaguars Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Normally I wouldn’t think much of these articles because they are what they are: one person’s opinion about a very large sample of players. But their latest rankings of defensive tackles can’t go by without some comment here for Jaguar fans. The Jaguars have three representatives in the top 64 defensive tackles according to Bleacher Report: