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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Peter King impressed the most by Jaguars

The MMQB's Peter King had some takeaways from training camp this summer and one of them was the Jaguars' young team.

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Peter King's training camp conclusions: Jacksonville Jaguars impressed me the most -
Saw a Friday night stadium scrimmage, and this defense is finally looking like a playoff unit. Dante Fowler and Malik Jackson will be beasts, and the secondary, other than Jonathan Cyprien, is almost all new. Then there's year three of Blake Bortles, who threw 35 touchdown passes last year—then spent lots of chemistry time with Allen Robinson (1,400 yards, 14 TDs last year) in the offseason. The Jags should be in contention for the AFC South title into late December.

Sheldon Day among those not practicing on Tuesday -
The Jacksonville Jaguars returned to practice on Tuesday, their first practice since Saturday's preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The team has been pretty lucky so far with injuries, but there are still some players being held out of practice this week and could be questionable for Sunday's nationally televised preseason match up with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Sam Ficken hopes to get more opportunities as training camp progresses -
Constructing rosters in the NFL is all about numbers. Jaguars kicker Sam Ficken - who owns a bachelor's degree in finance from Penn State - knows how to crunch numbers. He knows there is only room for one kicker on the Jaguars roster and, as the challenger to the incumbent, Ficken realizes the reality of his situation.