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Jaguars news roundup 7/21

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Still no clarity on Jaguars' quarterback depth chart |
Two questions sum up the Jaguars’ quarterbacks heading into the start of training camp Friday:1. Who will start the opener Sept. 8 against Kansas City?2. And at what point this year will coach Gus Bradley bench that starter?Such is the lack of confidence in Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne, who had one win apiece last year. Whereas enthusiasm is high about so many Jaguars-related things this summer, it turns into skepticism when discussing the quarterbacks.

Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell: Justin Blackmon Could Be Limited - FanSided
According to Ryan O’Halloran (Jaguars write for Florida Times), Jacksonville Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell says Justin Blackmon could be limited at the start of training camp, but probably not on PUP list. The 23 year old wide receiver underwent groin surgery last month and was limited throughout OTAs and mini camp. The Jacksonville Jaguars will more than likely bring him along slowly due to the fact that he is already facing suspension.

Jaguars sign Josh Evans
The Jacksonville Jaguars signed 2013 sixth-round draft pick Josh Evans to a contract, the club announced today. All eight of the club’s draft picks are under contract and are scheduled to report to training camp on Monday, July 22. Veterans will report to training camp on Thursday, July 25 with the first practice set for the following day at 9:55 a.m. “We are happy to get Josh signed and have all 90 players under contract as we get set for training camp,” Jaguars general manager David Caldwell said. “Josh had a productive offseason of work and will continue to improve with more experience. As Coach Bradley has stated numerous times, our central theme is competition each day and all of our young players will have an opportunity to play a role this season. We want to build off what we established in the offseason as we get prepared for the regular season.”

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