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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Who has breakout potential in 2017?

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Which Jacksonville Jaguars players have breakout potential in 2017? - FirstCoastNews.com
Third-year tight end Ben Koyack is a player who has a lot of breakout potential in this offense. While a lot can be said about Marcedes Lewis' blocking ability and Mychal Rivera's receiving prowess, Koyack showed a marriage of both in glimpses last season. With a fullback being added to the offense and the top three receivers in good health, I would expect two-tight end sets to take a backseat, especially compared to the last two seasons. When you have just one tight end out there, that player needs to be able to block and catch to be most effective.

53-man Jacksonville Jaguars roster prediction: post-mini camp edition! - BigCatCountry.com
The Jacksonville Jaguars are over and done with free agency. The 2017 NFL Draft was nearly two months ago. And now that mini camp is in the books, it’s time to predict the Jacksonville Jaguars’ 53-man roster for opening day (again). A few new faces have made their way onto the roster, but how different will it look from our post-draft predictions? Let’s find out.

Doug Marrone doesn’t know if Jacksonville Jaguars are tougher team - ESPN.com
The Jaguars entered the offseason with three things in mind: Get faster, get tougher and get better on special teams. Joe DeCamillis is regarded as one of the best special-teams coaches in the NFL, so that alone should make the Jaguars better. As for getting tougher, that’s something we won’t know until training camp and the preseason, but coach Doug Marrone has been hammering the players about becoming stronger and more physical since the offseason program started in April.