Here's all your Tuesday news for the Jacksonville Jaguars as they head into another week of the offseason.
Jaguars expect to know Justin Blackmon's status by NFL Draft - TulsaWorld.com
Jacksonville Jaguars fans are once again asking Jaguars.com senior writer John Oehser for an update on former Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon. The former first-round draft pick was suspended the entire 2013-14 NFL season, but may be reinstated to play next season.
"Jaguars General Manager David Caldwell said he hopes to know something regarding Blackmon’s status before the NFL Draft on April 30," Oehser writes. "That’s two and a half months away. While I understand people’s overwhelming desire to know something on this front, there’s really not a terrific hurry for the Jaguars to know Blackmon’s status."
Colts frustrated with Trent Richardson's weight issues, accessibility - StampedeBlue.com
According to a report from ESPN's Mike Wells, the Indianapolis Colts grew frustrated with Trent Richardson over "weight issues, accessibility and absence" in 2014.
Khan wants to extend London stay - NBCSports.com
The Jaguars have completed 50 percent of their four-year deal to play one game per year in London. Owner Shad Khan wants to go beyond the current agreement.
Ken Whisenhunt should relinquish play-calling duties for Titans - Music City Miracles
Multiple sources are reporting today that Green Bay Packers head coach, Mike McCarthy, is going to relinquish the play calling duties to his offensive coordinator, Tom Clements.
This is the sign of a good leader. One can assume that McCarthy knows there are some things that he is not able to be on top of during a game while he is calling the plays. He gives up the actual play call, but you can bet that he will still have input to what is called at various points in a game.
Ken Whisenhunt should be paying attention to what is going on in Green Bay. Whisenhunt, who also calls the plays as the head coach, definitely did not lead his team to points scored crown. In fact, his team was 30th in the league in scoring.
Texans predicted to select a linebacker at No. 16 overall in NFL Draft - BattleRedBlog.com
This latest mock draft has the Texans selecting a dual-threat player who can line up as a linebacker or running back. It also includes two alternate options in this week's installment.