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Jaguars news roundup 8/6

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Jaguars' rookie Ace Sanders writing his own success story at camp | jacksonville.com
Jaguars rookie receiver Ace Sanders enjoys writing.He worked at his school newspaper at Bradenton Manatee High and majored in journalism at South Carolina.“I liked writing a lot,” Sanders said. “It was always something I wanted to do. I just like to write, mostly about sports, but really anything that sparked my interest and grabbed my attention.”Over a week into his first training camp, Sanders isn’t doing much writing now.“The only thing I’m writing down now is mental notes for plays,” Sanders said.It’s working.

Jaguars' unofficial depth chart | jacksonville.com
The Jacksonville Jaguars unofficial depth chart.

Jaguars radio and TV affiliate rosters growing

The Jacksonville Jaguars will enjoy their largest combined group of radio and TV affiliates in the past 16 years when they open the 2013 season this Friday night against the Miami Dolphins. The footprint that will receive Jaguars radio and TV programming covers north and central Florida and parts of Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama. The Jaguars flagship stations remain unchanged, with WOKV Radio and WTEV-TV airing all Jaguars programming – WOKV for the 19th year and WTEV for the 11th consecutive season. But the list of combined affiliates is the largest the Jaguars have had since 1997, with 17 current radio affiliates and 10 TV affiliates including the flagship stations.

Sen'Derrick Marks is a Jacksonville Jaguar now, but he still loves Auburn | al.com

The Jacksonville Jaguars put a mic on former Vigor football standout Sen'Derrick Marks for a feature on their website called "Jag Wired." Listeners hear the defensive tackle is still a loyal Auburn Tiger. The Jaguars' offense has a formation that uses "Auburn" as part of its nomenclature. During a training-camp practice when the Auburn call sang out, Marks perked up on the defensive line: "Did you say Auburn? I love Auburn." Marks played for the Tigers from 2006 through 2008.

Taylor Price waived/injured by the Jaguars | ProFootballTalk

When the Patriots drafted wide receiver Taylor Price in the third round of the 2010 draft, he came with the tag of being a great athlete that would need to develop into being a great professional wideout. It’s hard to do that when you can’t get on the field and, for the second straight season, it doesn’t look like Price is going to be able to do that. The Jaguars announced that Price was waived/injured on Monday after missing all of training camp with a foot injury.

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