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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Can better mechanics save Blake Bortles?

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Can better throwing mechanics save Blake Bortles? -
In a pivotal year for Blake Bortles, the fourth-year quarterback has decided to take the time between the three-day mini-camp that closed on June 15 and training camp in late July to return to California to work with his personal throwing coaches. The former third overall pick of the 2014 draft believes he needs coaches Tom House and Adam Dedeaux to become and remain a succesful passer. He last worked with them extensively in 2015. Bortles threw 35 touchdowns that year.

Todd Wash has no hard feelings about Jacksonville Jaguars defensive scheme change -
The Jacksonville Jaguars defense had a nice season last year, ranking much higher overall than most anticipated, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t without it’s issues. Some of the issues boiled over due to frustration, especially after the firing of former head coach Gus Bradley. This led to some players, who would be returning this season, speaking out about the Jaguars defense and the unhappiness with their roles. That outspokenness became more awkward when the team announced Todd Wash would be retained as the defensive coordinator.

Blake Bortles faces defining season in 2017 for Jacksonville Jaguars -
Training camps are still in the distance, but USA TODAY Sports is providing five things you need to know about every team in the NFL to catch you up on the offseason. Today, the Jacksonville Jaguars!