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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: NFL coaches comment on free agent signings

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The Jaguars signed a host of new free agents this month and their former coaches reflected on how good they are as players, and more team news.

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Ex-coaches talk about Jaguars free agent acquisitions - Jacksonville.com
Since they were hired or signed by the Jaguars, general manager Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley have talked glowingly about what the team’s new assistant coaches and players will provide. But what do people around the NFL have to say about tight end Julius Thomas, right tackle Jermey Parnell, cornerback Davon House, linebacker Dan Skuta and assistant head coach-offensive line Doug Marrone?

Jaguars free agents baffling at first glance - FOXSports.com
wait wat

FILM ROOM: How does new Jaguars cornerback Davon House fit the defensive scheme - BigCatCountry.com
Davon House, a cornerback from Green Bay, leaves a team where he saw limited opportunities in a back-up role for three years. The opportunities he did see on the Pack, however, were not the opportunities you’d expect a back-up to get. Last season, House didn't just get opportunities to battle against Julio Jones, Brandon Marshall, and Calvin Johnson - he made the most of these opportunities. It’s almost as if the Packers saved Davon House for the bigger, more physical receivers they faced during the season.

Jaguars Draft Day hat features wrong city skyline - Washington Post
Well, this is embarrassing. The baseball cap that will be donned by whichever players are taken by the Jacksonville Jaguars when the NFL draft kicks off April 30 appears to have a skyline on it other than the one belonging to, um, Jacksonville. In fact, it looks in places a little more like Miami, which is, at least, in Florida. New Era, which makes the caps that feature each NFL city’s skyline, says it is "actively" trying to correct the error.

Good week of news for the Jaguars - Jaguars.com
The theme resonated all week, and the theme was good. Actually, the 2015 NFL Annual Meeting was darned, darned good for the Jaguars and Jaguars fans. Notably so. It told good things about the present; it foretold good things for the future. And if the week didn’t represent a seismic change, necessarily, it certainly could be seen as another step in what appears to be a new direction. And a fairly remarkable direction at that.