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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Michael Bennett a draft day steal?

Sixth-round pick Michael Bennett is quickly adapting to the Jaguars defensive scheme and more team news for your Friday morning!

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Michael Bennett fits Jacksonville Jaguars scheme, could be draft day steal -
Jacksonville Jaguars general manager David Caldwell had no idea why defensive tackle Michael Bennett was still available when it was time for the Jaguars to make their sixth-round pick. Not that it mattered. Caldwell was completely fine with taking a player that many draft analysts had pegged as high as a second-round talent.

Julius Thomas and Sen'Derrick Marks make CBS Top 100 -
The Jacksonville Jaguars may not be stacked with a talented roster yet, but there are a few bright spots on both the offensive and defensive side of the ball. According to Pete Prisco of, the top 100 players in the league include eight from the AFC South, and two from the Jaguars: Julius Thomas and Sen'Derrick Marks.

Yahoo! wins rights to live-stream Jaguars vs. Bills game in London -
Yahoo may be well past its glory days, but its quarterback, Marissa Mayer, can still score a touchdown now and then. The company announced on Wednesday that it had struck an exclusive deal with the National Football League to host the first free, live global webcast of a regular-season game, the Oct. 25 matchup between the Buffalo Bills and the Jacksonville Jaguars, which will be played in London.

Ryan Davis carves out role for himself on Jaguars -
Defensive end Ryan Davis was a bit of a misfit when he entered the NFL in 2012. He was a good player at Bethune-Cookman College, winning MEAC Defensive Player of the Year honors as a senior in 2011, but he had that label that prospects hate: tweener. NFL teams weren’t sure if he projected as a defensive end or an outside linebacker, but they were sure that he wasn’t big enough to move inside.