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Jaguars news roundup 7/28

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Inside the Jaguars: QB competition heats up
The search for consistency continues. That’s true for the Jaguars’ offense overall early in 2013 training camp, and while it remained true for quarterback Blaine GabbertSaturday, he said this much is true, too: He knows the mistakes he made Saturday morning aren’t acceptable. And he knows it’s an area that needs to improve. “They can’t happen,” Gabbert said of at least three fumbled snaps that stood out Saturday in what at times was a difficult second day of 2013 training camp for the second-year veteran.

Jaguars TE Marcedes Lewis on 2012 frustrations and why this year will be better |
How frustrating was it for the Jaguars players last year when they struggled through a 2-14 season?Veteran tight end Marcedes Lewis was candid in describing what it was like just going out to practice the second half of the season.“Everybody is like, ‘I don’t want to be here and it’s hot,’ ’’ Lewis said.He cited several reasons for the dysfunction.

Jacksonville Jaguars Partner with Publix as Official Supermarket
The Jacksonville Jaguars today announced a five year partnership with Publix whereby Publix becomes the ‘Official Supermarket of the Jaguars.’ Publix joins the Jaguars “Jamboree,” the most significant corporate partners of the team. To kick off the partnership, Jaguars and Publix executives made a joint announcement this morning at EverBank Field prior to the team’s second day of training camp. Joining the announcement were Jaguars General Manager David Caldwell and Head Coach Gus Bradley. Following the team’s practice, the first 750 fans in attendance received an invitation for a complimentary tailgate party hosted by Publix.

Ultimate Texans » Greg Jones likes difference between Jaguars, Texans’ practices
Having been through a full offseason and a couple training camp practices, fullback Greg Jones has gotten a bit of a sense of how Gary Kubiak likes to operate. Jones, who signed a one-year deal with the Texans this offseason, spent his first nine seasons with the Jaguars. “Little bit more fast paced,” Jones said. “Kube, he takes care of the guys. Being in Jacksonville, it’s a good difference, I can say that. It’s a good difference. … He don’t grind you. Back in the day in Jacksonville, we grinded a lot. He doesn’t really believe in that.”

Training Camp Highlights: 7/27
Highlights from the Saturday's practice at Jaguars Training Camp.

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