Jacksonville Jaguars won’t change game plan vs. Indianapolis Colts if Leonard Fournette sits - ESPN.com
Don't expect the Jacksonville Jaguars' offensive game plan to change at all if running back Leonard Fournette does not play on Sunday against Indianapolis.
Because Chris Ivory has a similar running style and T.J. Yeldon has proved he can be effective between the tackles, offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett said he'll call the same plays he would have called for Fournette.
Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts series history: Old AFC South rivalry continues - BigCatCountry.com
This Sunday, the Jacksonville Jaguars and Indianapolis Colts will square off for the first of two meetings in 2017. The AFC South Rivals are meeting for the 33rd time since Jacksonville’s inaugural season in 1995, and this is now the 16th season the two have played in the same division.
Indianapolis enters this contest with a 2-4 record, no Andrew Luck and possibly the least talented roster in the AFC South. The Jaguars are coming in at 3-3, but lost last week to the Los Angeles Rams.
You guys all know the drill by now. There’s no need to waste time. Let’s get right into breaking down the series history between the Colts and Jaguars.
Jacksonville Jaguars’ return game is lacking in opportunities to start season - FirstCoastNews.com
The Jaguars have yet to break out in the return game on special teams. Through six games, Jacksonville has only returned seven kickoffs (tied for 24th in the NFL) and six punts (32nd).
Opposing kickers don't want running back Corey Grant returning their kickoffs. Opposing punters are producing directional punts with enough hang time to make the Jaguars' returners irrelevant.
Jacksonville Jaguars announce $50,000 in grants to local nonprofits serving military and veterans - Jaguars.com
Jaguars President Mark Lamping joined Mayor Lenny Curry today to announce the 2017 recipients of the Jacksonville Resource and Reintegration Center community grants. For the fourth consecutive year, the Jaguars Foundation and the City of Jacksonville awarded $50,000 to six veteran-serving organizations throughout the community to assist in their ongoing efforts to support military and veterans in Northeast Florida. These grants are funded through the Jaguars $1 million commitment to the City of Jacksonville’s Military Affairs and Veterans department.