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Senior Bowl 2014: Jaguars, Falcons coaches will work with both teams

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Gus Bradley revealed on Thursday that the Jaguars and Falcons coaches will swap teams for one day at the 2014 Senior Bowl.

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Next week the Jacksonville Jaguars and Atlanta Falcons will begin their work with the collegiate all-stars selected to attend the Senior Bowl, but Gus Bradley revealed on Thursday that his staff will not work exclusively with the South Team.

While the Jaguars will work most with the South unit, coaching them on game day as well, Bradley said during his weekly radio show that the Falcons and Jaguars coaches will swap teams on Thursday. The swap will allow the Jaguars to meet with the North Team roster for a day, which features Tajh Boyd, Logan Thomas and Stephen Morris at quarterback.

It's doubtful that the teams will swap in the sense that they'll run the other team's practice, but swap teams in more of a team meeting environment to get to know some of the players.

Among the North players to watch are Missouri pass rusher Michael Sam, Colorado State center Weston Richburg and Stanford defensive end Trent Murphy.

Practice at the Senior Bowl is scheduled to begin on Monday with the game scheduled to kickoff on Saturday, Jan. 25 at 4 p.m. ET.