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Jaguars news roundup 6/21

Jacksonville Jaguars news around the internet you may have missed.

Al Bello

Luke Joeckel on’s Draft Tracker Podcast
On how the transition from playing left tackle to now playing right tackle is going: “It’s going to be a process. I definitely got better at it every single day through OTAs and then in minicamp. It’s something I’m not just going to go out on the field and be totally comfortable with it, but we have enough practice and enough time to prepare for the season that by game one and by preseason game one I want to be totally comfortable; be 100 percent comfortable with my pass set. All I can do right now is just get better at my sets and my run steps every single day.”

Jaguars focused on 4 London games, owner says | FLORIDA TODAY |
Jacksonville owner Shahid Khan and the Jaguars are only focused on the one game a year the NFL wants them to play in London the next four years. However, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell recently said the league could ask the Jaguars to play two games a year in London. Khan said Wednesday in first public comments since Goodell suggested possible multiple London games that he is “going to cross that bridge when we get to it.”

Jaguars come to town to greet fans |
The Jacksonville Jaguar’s mascot — Jackson de Ville — put on an amazing display of dexterity Thursday as he rolled around the parking lot on a Segway at the Charles Morris Center before the second annual Jaguars Caravan, an outreach event for the franchise’s Savannah fans. Although de Ville’s moves were worth watching, the star of the show was the Jaguars’ new general manager David Caldwell, who was on hand along with several players including standout wide receiver Cecil Shorts III and former Jaguar star Tony Boselli to meet and greet with fans.

6 Ways You Know You Are a Jacksonville Jaguars Fan | Bleacher Report | Bleacher Report
Jacksonville Jaguars fans are a rare breed breed. Literally. The franchise ranks at the bottom of the league in popularity, according to ESPN's Mike Sando . But what the fanbase lacks in numbers, it more than makes up for with its passion. The Jaguars have a dedicated core of fans that will support the team through anything. As the fanbase continues to grow, so will the number of diehard fans. Although you don't have to wear face paint or a foam head to be considered a diehard fan, there are certain traits everyone who bleeds teal and black share. Here are six ways to know you're a Jaguars fan.