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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Marqise Lee sues Lloyd's of London

Jaguars rookie wide receiver Marqise Lee sued Lloyd's of London saying he was denied insurance money for slipping in the NFL Draft and more team news.

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Here's your Jacksonville Jaguars news roundup for Friday morning!

Marqise Lee sues Lloyd's of London -
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Marqise Lee is suing Lloyd's of London for skipping out on what he says is millions of dollars in insurance money that he is owed.

Cecil Shorts: "I'm kind of fed up with this losing stuff. -
Cecil Shorts III always gets excited around NFL playoff time, as he feels what he describes as a "hunger, a drive that gets you up and gets you going, like, 'Let's go.'" There's been a problem for Shorts, though. He's been a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars for the first four years of his career, so the playoffs have been little more than a rumor to him and his teammates.

Maurice Jones-Drew retires: What's your favorite memory? -
He finished his career with 8,167 rushing yards, 2,944 receiving yards, 79 total touchdowns, and a 4.4 yards-per-carry average -- all but less than 200 total yards he amassed in Jacksonville. (And gotdamn if he wasn't electric on kickoff returns in his first two seasons.) But what are your favorite memories of No. 32? Comment below with GIFs, videos, and more and we'll post the best here!

MJD deserved to be in the Pride of the Jaguars -
It wasn't long after Maurice Jones-Drew's retirement announcement on Thursday evening that questions about whether he belongs in the team's Pride of the Jaguars -- its ring of honor -- began to pop up. Of course he does.