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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: James Sample second rookie to suffer injury

Fourth-round selection James Sample was the second rookie from this year's draft class to suffer an injury in the past four weeks and more team news.

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James Sample is second Jacksonville Jaguars rookie to suffer injury before training camp -
The Jaguars' draft class took another hit Friday when fourth-round pick James Sample underwent surgery for a broken right arm. He is expected to return at some point in training camp, the team announced. The former Louisville standout suffered the injury late in Thursday's organized team activity.

Will Blake Bortles throw for more or less than 3,600 yards this year? -
The Jacksonville Jaguars haven't had consistently good quarterback play in a season since 2009, when David Garrard started all 16 games and threw for 3,597 yards and 15 touchdowns. But with second-year quarterback Blake Bortles firmly planted as the starter going into the season, and an assumption he can play in all 16 games next season, can he do better or worse than 3,600 yards in 2015?

Gus Bradley says team ahead of schedule on offense -
The Jacksonville Jaguars are ahead of schedule with the installation of the defense in organized team activities, which isn’t surprising because a lot of the players are in their second and third years in the system. However, Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said they’re also ahead of schedule with the installation of the offense, which is unexpected because the veteran players weren't handed offensive coordinator Greg Olson’s playbook until April 20.

Jaguars trying some unexpected candidates at LEO -
The Jacksonville Jaguars have nearly perfect attendance at organized team activities. The lone holdout is Chris Clemons, who has been behind a similar narrative throughout his career. Clemons has not participated in a voluntary OTAs session in years.