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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Julius Thomas' time with Jaguars could be over

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Julius Thomas' time with the Jacksonville Jaguars could be over -
Julius Thomas may have played his last game for the Jacksonville Jaguars. The team certainly hasn’t gotten what they’d hoped out of Thomas when they signed him to a five-year contract worth $46 million with $24 million guaranteed in March 2015. It’s partly due to injury and also because of erratic quarterback play by Blake Bortles, but Thomas has 76 catches for 736 yards and nine touchdowns in two seasons.

VIDEO: Jimmy Smith gets inducted into the Pride of the Jaguars -
A walking, living legend for the Jacksonville Jaguars franchise in Jimmy Smith got what he has long deserved today in being inducted into the Jaguars’ ring of honor.

Sen'Derrick Marks discusses Jeff Fisher's firing from Los Angeles Rams -
There have been a few midseason coaching fires this year - including former offensive coordinator Greg Olson getting the boot from the Jaguars - but the first head coaching pink slip was handed out on Monday. The Los Angeles Rams fired head coach Jeff Fisher after five seasons at the helm.

Penalty problems still a concern for Jacksonville Jaguars -
The Jaguars’ 14 penalties tied their season-high mark (Week 2 at San Diego) and their 114 yards were the second-most behind the 117 yards in the loss to Oakland back when this season officially fell apart. The Jaguars gave up 15 yards on a ticky-tack Jalen Ramsey unnecessary roughness (led to a Vikings field goal), had a delay of game on a kickoff (which led to a squib kick and better Minnesota field position and a touchdown), a defensive holding in the end zone (free set of downs for the Vikings) and an Alex Ellis roughing the punter (another free set of downs). The worst was four first-half false start penalties … on their home field.