Julius Thomas trade could mean return for prominence with Marcedes Lewis - Jacksonville.com
Welcome to the third stage of Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis’ career. Stage One (2006-12): Lewis missed only three games and could be counted on for 35-40 catches per season and solid run-blocking. Stage Two (2013-16): A difficult slough for Lewis, who sustained three major injuries that cost him 19 games and experienced a diminished role, averaging only 19.8 catches. Stage Three (now): More like Stage One?
Myles Jack and Paul Posluszny helping each other with big transition - BigCatCountry.com
The Jacksonville Jaguars officially announced that Myles Jack would be the team’s starting middle linebacker and Paul Posluszny would be making the move to strongside linebacker. The moves weren’t all that surprising, especially Jack making the move to the middle, as he’s clearly the Jaguars plan for the future. The move of Poz was a bit of a surprise, but thankfully the two are helping each other transition to their respective roles.
Who are the former Jacksonville Jaguars players on current NFL rosters? - FirstCoastNews.com
With organized team activities (OTAs) under way, several former Jaguars are looking to win jobs elsewhere in the NFL. Football fans are a nostalgic bunch and that's why we've compiled a list of former Jaguars on other teams' rosters. Below you'll find former Jaguars on 27 different teams.
Paul Posluszny renaissance comes too late - BlackAndTeal.com
Count me among those who love Paul Posluszny. He’s the kind of old-school thumper middle linebacker that embody the heart and soul of a defense. He is the prototypical general for a defense when he steps onto the field. While Poz has not always had the best abilities as a player, he has been reliable and a rock for a team that desperately needed stalwart players to build around.