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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Marqise Lee to miss mini-camp

Second-year wide receiver Marqise Lee will likely miss upcoming mini-camp, and more Jaguars news for your Friday morning!

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Marqise Lee to likely miss Jacksonville Jaguars mini-camp -
When the Jaguars begin their mandatory mini-camp next week, coach Gus Bradley said wide receiver Marqise Lee is not likely to be healthy enough to participate, reports "I would say that it will be a higher possibility that we would hold him out," Bradley said Thursday.

Now healthy, Allen Robinson standing out at practices -
The Jacksonville Jaguars wrapped up their organized team activities Thursday with one player standing out the most in the mind of coach Gus Bradley among the 89 in attendance. Wide receiver Allen Robinson, whose rookie season was cut short by a stress fracture in his right foot, remained limited in what he could do when OTAs began three weeks ago. By this week, however, he was making leaping catches during 11-on-11 and 7-on-7 drills, which made it appear he had never gotten injured in the first place.

ESPN ranks Jaguars roster as worst in NFL -
The Jacksonville Jaguars are still in the middle of a roster rebuild, but ESPN thinks they have a much longer way to go than most of you might. According to ESPN's Sam Monson, the Jaguars have the worst roster in the league. 32nd out of 32 teams. The bottom of the barrel. No one is worse. The biggest loser. A cata-oh, you get it.

Breaking ground on a dream -
Ground was broken on another EverBank Field first Thursday. Jaguars President Mark Lamping was among a group of representatives from the Jaguars and Dream Finders Homes who were at EverBank Thursday breaking ground on a structure "never before seen" at an NFL stadium.