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A few questions with Will Rackley

Will Rackley, an offensive guard from Lehigh and the Jaguars’ third-round selection in the 2011 NFL Draft, played 15 games as a rookie, starting 14. He worked throughout the 2012 offseason as the team’s starting left guard and is expected to work there in the 2012 season. Rackley (6-feet-3, 310 pounds) on Monday afternoon sat down with senior writer John Oehser to discuss his approach in the 2012 offseason and his thoughts approaching his second NFL training camp:

Reviewing Scouts Inc's offseason grades - AFC South Blog - ESPN

Jacksonville Williamson: "Not real active in free agency and possessing only six draft picks, the Jaguars aren't a very different team from February, but the additions at wide receiver are encouraging. However, they also used the 70th overall pick on a punter. If (Bryan) Anger ends up being Ray Guy, fine. Otherwise, that is awfully early to draft a punter for a team that wasn't lacking for offseason needs. Grade: C-minus