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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Mychal Rivera hopes new team means bigger role

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New Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Mychal Rivera hopes new team means bigger role in offense -
Well before the Jaguars started their current high-spending ways in free agency, they had several second-wave signings that made an impact. In 2013, defensive tackle Sen’Derrick Marks signed in early April and was one of their best players for two years. In 2015, center Stefen Wisniewski signed in mid-April and he played every snap in his only year.

Branden Albert will report to mandatory Jacksonville Jaguars veterans mini-camp -
Jacksonville Jaguars offensive lineman Branden Albert told head coach Doug Marrone that he will be reporting to mandatory mini-camp, set to take place next week. Marrone notified the media after Friday’s organized team activity session, which was voluntary.

Marcedes Lewis: The culture has definitely changed in Jacksonville -
In terms of valuable insight, perhaps no Jacksonville Jaguars player has a better perspective than tight end Marcedes Lewis. Lewis, the longest-tenured player, has lived through success back in the mid-to-late 2000s and the lean years under former head coach Gus Bradley. Surviving through an owner change, four head coaches (not counting interim head coach Mel Tucker in 2011), and three general managers, Lewis has seen it all. Few players are stable enough in the NFL to see that kind of instability around them.