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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Paul Posluszny moving to outside linebacker

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Jacksonville Jaguars will be moving Paul Posluszny to outside linebacker -
Paul Posluszny, the Jaguars’ middle linebacker/defensive quarterback since 2011, has been moved to strong-side linebacker to make room for Myles Jack. What was speculated since early March, when the Jaguars declared they wanted Jack to play 80-85 percent of the snaps, became a reality Tuesday when Posluszny confirmed the change.

Why the Jacksonville Jaguars should and shouldn’t draft Leonard Fournette -
With the draft occurring next week, it’s time we go over the prospects that are consistently linked to the Jaguars with the 4th overall pick. Yesterday, I made the case for and against the Jaguars drafting Alabama defensive lineman Jonathan Allen, and tomorrow, I will make the case for and against drafting Stanford defensive lineman Solomon Thomas. Today? It’s time to make the case for and against Louisiana State running back Leonard Fournette, who, as of April 11th, is the most consistent prospect mocked to the Jaguars.

Jacksonville Jaguars get their first glimpse of the new regime -
When Jacksonville Jaguars players reported Monday for the start of the offseason conditioning program, they found their locker room was significantly different from when they left. Not only had head coach Doug Marrone removed the pingpong table that has been in the center of the locker room since Jack Del Rio’s tenure, he also rearranged the lockers. Players are no longer grouped by position, but rather spread out throughout the locker room.