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Jaguars news roundup 6/24

Jacksonville Jaguars news around the internet you may have missed.

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Former 'Nole Harris entering 2nd season with Jags | Tallahassee Democrat |
Every day Mike Harris makes time to talk to his two brothers and older sister. The former Florida State cornerback has always been close to his siblings. But those relationships have become an even larger part of the Miami native’s life the last three years. As Harris begins his second season with the Jacksonville Jaguars, he knows he is making his family proud. With more than two months until the Jaguars’ first regular season game, Harris could be a starter on day one.

O-Zone: Who mentioned who?
There’s not a lot to dislike about Bryan Anger and/or Josh Scobee if you’re a coach or general manager. I don’t know that Caldwell would have selected Anger in the third round – in fact, I’d bet he wouldn’t – but he and Bradley have to like having a young punter with that sort of hang time and distance. Anger’s future, however, you feel about where he was drafted, is bright. As for Scobee, again – not a lot to not like. There may be some holes getting filled in a lot of areas, but punter and kicker are in good shape.

Maurice Jones-Drew offers message to campers in event at Jackson High |
Maurice Jones-Drew’s offseason has been deeply embroiled in unwanted distractions.From being involved in an altercation at the Conch House in St. Augustine on May 26 to working to recover from a Lisfranc injury that ended last season early, the Jaguars’ 28-year-old running back has been dealing with several lingering issues.But none of that stress was evident Saturday morning as Jones-Drew worked with local youth during his seventh annual football camp at Andrew Jackson High School.

A tale of two former Jaguars receivers | ProFootballTalk
Reggie Williams, the Jaguars’ first-round pick in 2004, was among the final cuts of the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts on Saturday. Williams, 30, signed with the Argonauts on May 29. According to the Canadian QMI Agency wire service, Williams had a one-handed TD catch in the Argonauts’ final preseason game Thursday vs. Montreal. While Reggie Williams’ stint in Toronto has ended, another former Jaguars receiver is very much a key part of the Argonauts’ 2013 plans. In fact, this ex-Jaguar is the CFL’s top best player in the estimation of TSN and sportswriters across Canada.