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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: ESPN ranks Jaguars' offensive triplets No. 9 in NFL

ESPN's Bill Barnwell ranked all 32 sets of offensive triplets in the NFL and the Jaguars cracked the top-10.

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Bill Barnwell ranks Jacksonville Jaguars' offensive triplets No. 9 in NFL -
When the Jaguars locked up emerging young wideout Allen Hurns with a four-year contract extension a couple of weeks ago, it seemed like a logical move. The Jaguars likely failed to extract enough of a discount on the extension by virtue of already having Hurns signed for two more years on artificially low salaries, but the idea of having Hurns around for a long time makes total sense. In combination with quarterback Blake Bortles and wideout Allen Robinson, Hurns gives the Jaguars a set of triplets the team hasn't had since the days when Mark Brunell was throwing to Keenan McCardell and Jimmy Smith.

Top performers from Day 2 of Jaguars mini-camp -
The Jaguars had their second day of mini-camp today, and again, I was there for it. Which players looked best at the practice session?

Undrafted rookie Jarrod Wilson making plays at mini-camp -
Unlike the previous three offseasons, it will be hard to make the Jaguars' final 53-man roster as a rookie. The overlooked, under the radar talent will have to work extra hard to show they belong on a Jacksonville team that continues to get better on paper. After being passed on by all 32 teams several times, undrafted free agents live their NFL lives on a high wire above rock bottom, headed toward career salvation.