Jacksonville Jaguars surprise pick could be Amari Cooper - Yahoo! Sports
A year ago, it was the rare quarterback stunner at the top of the draft – the Jacksonville Jaguars grabbed Blake Bortles with the No. 3 pick, completing one of the more impressive personnel concealments in recent memory, and leaving quarterback needy teams (like the Minnesota Vikings) scrambling for other options. One AFC personnel man – whose team is selecting outside of the top 10 picks – claims he saw the Bortles ruse coming a year ago, and thinks the Jaguars are primed to stun the top of the draft again.
Jaguars quickly becoming Penn State South - PennLive.com
Houston is home to former Penn State football coach Bill O'Brien. But if you're looking for an NFL team that is quickly becoming PSU South, it might be one of the Texans' division rivals, the Jacksonville Jaguars.
NFL.com's 7-round mock draft and who the Jaguars take - BigCatCountry.com
The 2015 NFL Draft is this week and if history repeats itself, the Jacksonville Jaguars will find some diamonds in the rough and capable starters in the later rounds. That's why a one-round or two-round mock draft is fine, but has its limits with an evaluator like general manager Dave Caldwell. Lance Zeirlien and Chad Reuter of NFL.com released a full seven-round mock draft for all 32 NFL teams. Who do they have Jaguars taking?
Why ESPN's Mike DiRocco thinks Leonard Williams is the No. 3 pick - ESPN.com
With the third pick in the NFL Nation mock draft, I had the Jacksonville Jaguars taking USC defensive end Leonard Williams. And here are some things I considered before I settled on Williams.