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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: ESPN ranks defensive triplets No. 26

Earlier, the Jaguars' offensive triplets (Bortles, Robinson, and Hurns) were ranked No. 9 by ESPN. Now it's the defense's turn.

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ESPN ranks Jacksonville Jaguars triplets of Malik Jackson, Telvin Smith, and Jalen Ramsey at No. 26 -
No team is poised to fly up these rankings in a year like the Jags, given that they have a bevy of young talent on the roster with Ramsey, Myles Jack and 2015 first-rounder Dante Fowler Jr., who missed all of his rookie season with a torn ACL.

Best and worst case scenarios for Jalen Ramsey's rookie season -
We will be diving into discussing that clarity with each Jaguars draft pick from 2016... and first up will be the Jaguars' first pick in the draft, the No. 5 overall pick: cornerback Jalen Ramsey.

Chris Ivory should make life easier for Blake Bortles -
The days of being one-dimensional on offense are quickly coming to an end for the Jacksonville Jaguars. It’s definitely a blessing for a team that lived and died by the arm of quarterback Blake Bortles that a renewed faith in the run game has emerged with stud tailbacks Chris Ivory and T.J. Yeldon. Head coach Gus Bradley’s attentiveness to the run game has been noticeable right out of the gates at the early practices.