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Jaguars news roundup 7/30

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Blaine Gabbert injures right ankle in Jaguars practice -
Gabbert left the field Monday with a right ankle injury late in Jaguars practice, according to multiple reporters on the scene. Jaguars coach Gus Bradley called it a sprain after Gabbert was carted from the field after visiting with trainers. "A freak deal," Bradley said of the quarterback's injury, according to The Associated Press. "He got up and he walked off, and that's a good thing."

Sad sacks: Jaguars have averaged 24 sacks over last 5 years, fewest of any NFL team | Fox News
The Jacksonville Jaguars have the most inept pass rush in the league over the last five years. The Jaguars have tallied 120 sacks over that span, even after changing players, coaches and schemes. Nothing really worked. Maybe new head coach/defensive guru Gus Bradley can turn things around. Players certainly have bought into Bradley's defensive design. They insist there's better talent and more depth at the tackle and end positions, and believe the aggressive, bump-and-run style at cornerback could disrupt timing between quarterbacks and receivers and possibly pay dividends.

First-year struggles good lesson for LB Brandon Marshall |
Jaguars outside linebacker Brandon Marshall’s first year in the NFL was anything but smooth.Marshall was selected in the fifth round of the 2012 draft, but the investment the franchise made in him wasn’t enough to keep him around.Marshall was waived on Oct. 27 last year. He signed back with the team three days later, only to be cut again on Nov. 1.Finally, Marshall found some stability, signing as a practice-squad player on Nov. 5, before being added to the 53-man roster on Dec. 18.

Inside the Jaguars: Robinson rebounds
He’s still a work in progress, meaning he’s a rookie learning his role, but when it comes to the Jaguars’ high-profile “offensive weapon,” make no mistake: He was better Monday than Sunday. And to listen to Head Coach Gus Bradley, the Jaguars are going to continue trying to find ways to utilize him, including having him taking snaps from center in the Wildcat formation. “We’re not going to give up on that,” Bradley said Monday following a two-and-half hour practice at the Florida Blue Health and Wellness practice fields on Day 4 of Jaguars 2013 Training Camp.

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