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Jaguars training camp practice report roundup

A spin around the internet to see who's saying what about the Jacksonville Jaguars training camp practices.

Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

I've only been able to make one day of Jacksonville Jaguars training camp so far, as my wife and one of the kids have been sick, and the one day I went was a whirlwind because of it being the opening day. Here's a roundup of last night's practice at Bartram Trail High School.

Jaguars' Monday practice report |
THUMBS UP *St. Johns County for coming out for the Jaguars’ practice at Bartram Trail High School. The announced crowd was 3,329, the largest of training camp. Look for this to continue next year. *DE Gerald Rivers is having his way with the Jaguars’ second- and third-team offensive tackles in pass-rushing drills. He’s earned a shot at going against better competition.

A fan-friendly affair for Jaguars, more than 3,000 turn out to see the practice at Bartram Trail |

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley had a message for the fans at Bartram Trail. "We’re going to do this again, I can tell you that much," said Bradley following Monday night’s practice. The Jaguars went to Bartram Trail High School for their fourth practice of training camp in front of a crowd of 3,329. Registration for the event had been closed for days. The attendance total was over 1,000 more than any of the first three practices which were also open to the public.

Jaguars camp report: Monday Night Football

ST. AUGUSTINE – The lights were on, and the mood was right. And although the temperatures weren’t exactly chilly as afternoon faded into early evening in St. Johns County, the Jaguars’ Monday night practice at Bartram Trail High School … Head Coach Gus Bradley thought *that* was plenty cool. "We’re going to do this again – I can tell you that," Bradley told the crowd after the two-hour, 15-minute session on Day Four of Jaguars 2014 Training Camp.

Jaguars Camp Report: Day 4 - Jacksonville Jaguars Blog - ESPN

ST JOHNS, Fla. -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of Jacksonville Jaguars training camp: After an impressive performance by the quarterbacks and receivers on Sunday, the defense rebounded with a strong day in the Jaguars’ practice at Bartram Trail High School. There were two interceptions -- defensive tackle Roy Miller made a diving catch after Chris Clemons deflected Chad Henne's pass and undrafted rookie Rashaad Reynolds snared an errant throw by Stephen Morris and returned it for a TD -- and four pass breakups (including deflections by Clemons and defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks) during 11-on-11.