Jacksonville Jaguars DE Chris Clemons to participate in minicamp - ESPN.com
Veteran defensive end Chris Clemons has reported to the Jacksonville Jaguars' facility and will participate in this week's mandatory minicamp. Had he skipped the three-day minicamp, which runs Tuesday-Thursday, Clemons was facing a fine of up to $72,920, according to the NFL's collective bargaining agreement.
Which former great player would you put on this year's Jaguars team? - BigCatCountry.com
While the Jaguars don't have a lot of players the rest of the country would consider "elite" there are still a few to choose from. Which one would you restore to former greatness and put on the team?
Johnathan Cyprien knows he needs to raise his game - FOXSports.com
As he enters his third season in the NFL, Jacksonville Jaguars safety Johnathan Cyprien knows he hasn't lived up to expectations thus far in his career. Cyprien, who was taken with the first pick in the second round of the 2013 draft, acknowledged a lack of impact plays through his first two seasons in Jacksonville.
Rookies preparing for first minicamp - ESPN.com
The Jacksonville Jaguars will have a three-day mandatory minicamp from Tuesday-Thursday, and coach Gus Bradley said one of the differences between that and the previous organized team activities is that reps will be spread out more evenly among the first, second and third teams. That's especially positive for the rookies, although some of them have already been getting a good amount of work because of injuries