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Jaguars news roundup 8/15

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Inside the Jaguars: Marks believed Jaguars would be a fit
Sen’Derrick Marks thought this would work. Absolutely. "I saw that when I came in and talked with the coaches," Marks said of his March free-agency visit to Jacksonville. The verdict? So far, so good. Marks, a defensive tackle who signed as an unrestricted free agent this past offseason, registered a sack and two pressures in his preseason debut with the Jaguars this past Friday. And though that was only the preseason opener, Marks said it confirms what he believed this past offseason.

Gus Bradley already making his mark on Jacksonville Jaguars - NFL - Don Banks -
No team in the NFL has undergone as much change and upheaval in the past two years as the Jacksonville Jaguars, who since the start of the 2011 season have churned through four head coaches, two general managers and two owners, while also trying to break in a young, franchise quarterback. Do all the math and you'll see that the Jaguars experienced about as many significant changes in 2011 and '12 as they did wins -- an NFL-worst 7-25 record over that span.

Jaguars following NFL trend of multiple tight ends |
Jaguars offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch didn’t show much of his playbook in last week’s preseason opener against Miami. Especially when the starters were in the game, the concentration was on specific things like outside zone runs and quick passes."It was pretty bare bones," right guard Uche Nwaneri said. "We wanted to try and do some things, but it wasn’t something we game-planned for."

Inside the Jaguars: 8/14
Competition remains the theme at Jaguars practice, a young secondary leans on veteran leadership and all the latest news from Jaguars Training Camp.

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