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Jaguars kick off OTAs

Justin Blackmon worked full-speed with the first team. Blaine Gabbert did, too – and there’s no indication that’s going to change any time soon. As for Maurice Jones-Drew . . . Well, Jones-Drew wasn’t at EverBank Field Tuesday, and while Jaguars Head Coach Mike Mularkey would prefer it if he were, he’s not going to worry that he’s not


Ranking the AFC South defenses - AFC South Blog - ESPN

2. Jacksonville Jaguars: The AFC South has a shot to have two top-five defenses in 2012. Mike Malarkey takes over as the Jaguars’ head coach, but his focus will be getting quarterback Blaine Gabbert’s career straightened out and improving a dismal Jacksonville passing game.

Inside the Jaguars, 05/15

"WE’RE GOING TO BE GOOD" Jeremy Mincey doesn’t bother hiding his optimism. As he sees it, there’s no reason. Mincey, the Jaguars’ fifth-year defensive end and sacks leader last season, was asked Tuesday as 2012 organized team activities opened about realistic expectations for next season.