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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Josh Scobee challenges Tiger Woods

Josh Scobee challenged Tiger Woods to $100,000 a hole, the Texans won't renovate their field, and more Jaguars news from Friday.

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Here's your daily Jacksonville Jaguars news roundup:

Josh Scobee challenges Tiger Woods to $100,000 per hole -
This is what it has come to, I guess. NFL kickers are now offering to play Tiger Woods for $100,000 a hole ... and giving him strokes.

That's what happened on Wednesday, anyway, as Jacksonville Jaguars kicker Josh Scobee tweeted that he would play Wood for $100K a hole and give him four strokes.

John Oehser's mock draft v.1.0 -
It’s early. Really early.

At the same time, the nature of the NFL offseason is it’s never too early to throw out and/or take a stab and/or throw a dart at mock draft, so here we go …

Throwing, stabbing and darting.

Leonard Williams' best fits include Jaguars -
The key to building a dominant defense in today's NFL is to start at the line of scrimmage. The general managers and coaches responsible for constructing the premier defenses in football typically began with a big-bodied defender who has the size, strength and athleticism to wreak havoc against the run or pass at the point of attack. These bears at the line are also high-motor players with a relentless competitive spirit and exceptional hand skills.

Texans won't change pallet system on field after all -
ew different unofficial outlets have been reporting recently that the Houston Texans intend to do away with their well-known death trap grass pallet system that makes up the field. John McClain, however, is reporting quite the opposite.