How will the Jacksonville Jaguars use T.J. Yeldon in 2016? - AL.com
The Jacksonville Jaguars' veterans report for training camp on Wednesday. But it probably won't be until Sept. 11, when the Jaguars open their 2016 NFL schedule against the Green Bay Packers, that Jacksonville's plan for its two starting-caliber running backs becomes clear.
6 training camp battles to watch for with the Jaguars - BigCatCountry.com
With the depth the Jaguars have built, this year's training camp could (and should) be the most competitive yet.
Patience must pay off now for young Jaguars team - USAToday.com
By nearly every measure, the Jacksonville Jaguars won the 2016 offseason. They entered this spring with plenty of money to spend and used it to land several big-name free agents, including defensive lineman Malik Jackson, safety Tashaun Gipson and tailback Chris Ivory. In the draft, the Jaguars managed to come away with two of the top defensive players available — defensive back Jalen Ramsey in the first round and linebacker Myles Jack in the second.