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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Shipyards and 3D Printing

Jaguars owner Shad Khan set to announce shipyards plans and people talk about 3D printing for his yacht.

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With the dead season pretty much here, it's going to get pretty boring until the NFL Combine starts, so we're going to have a daily open thread along with some links for news you might have missed.

Discuss just about anything here.

Maryland officially names Terry Richardson running backs coach - The Washington Post
Maryland formally introduced former Jacksonville Jaguars assistant Terry Richardson as its new running backs coach Thursday, the school announced.

Jaguars to unveil details of team's vision of Shipyards project at State of Franchise |
The Jacksonville Jaguars’ upcoming "State of the Franchise" could double as a "State of the Shipyards" presentation. The Jaguars and owner Shad Khan have been working for months on plans to develop The Shipyards, a vacant tract of city-owned land along the St. Johns River in downtown, not far from EverBank Field.

Long road ahead: How close are Miami Dolphins, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tampa Bay Buccaneers to reaching the Super Bowl? | FOX Sports
For some in the Sunshine State, playing on Super Sunday is a possibility on the horizon. For others, there are roadblocks, sinkholes and so many detours that must be taken before even dreaming of such a destination. For some, competing for the Lombardi Trophy is a goal that can be achieved with savvy offseason choices and a little luck. For others, the vision should be a far-out fantasy.

Jacksonville Jaguars position review: Wide receivers and tight ends | FOX Sports
In their first season under coach Gus Bradley, it was not rare for the Jacksonville Jaguars to start three rookies in their defensive backfield. In his second season in charge, three rookies at wide receiver were almost as common a sight.

Materialise 3D Prints Huge Jaguar for Jacksonville Jaguars Owner’s Superyacht -
The bowsprit is a likely location for displaying the trappings of success, and Khan selected a piece that would summarize his passions. So he chose a mammoth model of a jaguar: 13.5 feet long and 6 feet tall, positioned with one paw in the air and the other resting on a Jacksonville Jaguars helmet.