Here's your Thursday morning news roundup for the Jacksonville Jaguars!
Ndamukong Suh a Jaguars free agent target? Probably not - BigCatCountry.com
The Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to spend a lot of money this offseason in free agency, in part because they have to. Even though the team is likely to hand out some massive contracts, no one should really be all that concerned with the team wrecking their salary cap situation going forward.
John Idzik expected to join Jaguars' salary cap management team - GangGreenNation.com
Former Jets general manager John Idzik has found a new job. According to ESPN's Michael DeRocco, he will be a consultant with the Jaguars. There is some degree of irony here since there were rumors a while back that the Jets were looking at hiring former Jaguars general manager Gene Smith. Smith had an Idzik-esque tenure running the Jaguars.
Carson Tinker surprises St. Augustine students - StAugustine.com
In 2014, Tinker published a book titled "A Season to Remember: Faith in the Midst of the Storm." All of its proceeds go to his Be A Blessing Foundation. Students in the Athletic Leadership Council at Pedro Menendez High School have been reading the book for inspiration and discussion. They were surprised Wednesday when Tinker dropped in on one of their club meetings for an impromptu Q&A.
Greg Cosell says running game will be key for Jaguars in 2015 - Jaguars.com
Blake Bortles matters to the Jaguars a great deal. That’s obvious in the short- and long-term, but NFL Films senior producer Greg Cosell said Wednesday the Jaguars likely will have another priority next season, too.