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We surveyed our most read articles of 2015 and it's an interesting mix. Whether you've seen them before or reading them for the first time, enjoy!

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1. Justin Blackmon may not want to return to the NFL and that's okay

Up until this point, many thought that Justin Blackmon would return to the Jacksonville Jaguars if the NFL just gave him a chance. But maybe it wasn't the team or the league holding him back from returning.

2. Shannon Sharpe melts down #onhere

This went from bad to worse very quickly.

3. Jaguars go after DeMarco Murray in free agency

March 10th was a fun day. We signed Sergio Brown and Davon House, the contract numbers for Julius Thomas were released, and DeMarco Murray news was coming fast and furious.

4. Justin Blackmon denied reinstatement by NFL

This was a back-and-forth story over a couple of days in May that turned out to be a dead end by Associated Press writer Mark Long who was the original source of the news.

5. Shad Khan presents Jacksonville Shipyards project

Jaguars owner Shad Khan presented this proposal for the Jacksonville shipyards back in February and it was amazing.

6. NFL mock draft: Titans trade away No. 2 overall pick

Well, NFL Draft season is all we've had in recent years, so it's no surprise an article about an AFC South rival trading away their No. 2 overall pick would make waves.

7. New Era uses wrong city skyline in Jaguars cap

At least they owned up to their mistake and fixed it quickly.

8. Julius Thomas signing a slam dunk?

The biggest signing of the last offseason got big numbers.

9. Nike leaks Bold Rush jerseys for Jaguars and Titans

The biggest news of the regular season was about the new gold alternate uniforms. Love them or hate them, they made headlines.

10. Jaguars trade Josh Scobee to Steelers

There was a lot of speculation on if Josh Scobee would stay in Jacksonville after rookie kicker Jason Myers did well in preseason, it made the veteran expendable.