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In the internet age, it's often difficult to separate fact from fiction.

Rob Foldy

Earlier today, a twitter personality tweeted a made up rumor that had the football world in a tizzy.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-partner="tweetdeck"><p>Brian Hoyer to the Texans for Andre Johnson.</p>&mdash; Careless Whisperer  (@UncleChaps) <a href="https://twitter.com/UncleChaps/statuses/499610454780420096">August 13, 2014</a></blockquote>

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These are the kinds of rumors that really discredit blogs as a whole. It's difficult to maintain an ounce of credibility when internet sites that desire to be known as credible and professional follow up with articles that are based on such baseless claims.

We here at Big Cat Country strive to bring you, the reader, the most accurate and timely Jaguars news.

When people begin spreading false reports just for the sake of pageviews, it devalues the industry as a whole. Big Cat Country wont stand for such a blatant assault on journalistic integrity. We look forward to providing you with ample and accurate coverage of your beloved Jaguars all season long.