Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Paul Posluszny: Doug Marrone’s honesty is “exactly what we need” - ESPN.com
Maybe it’s Doug Marrone’s Bronx roots or the fact that he’s a former offensive lineman and offensive line coach, generally the most no-nonsense people on a football team. Whatever the reason, Marrone has little time for sugar-coating and softening a message. Since he was hired as the Jacksonville Jaguars’ head coach on Jan. 9, he has been brutally honest about the state of the franchise, the improvements that must be made and the amount of work required finally produce a winning record. And his players love it.
Why the Jacksonville Jaguars drafting Leonard Fournette (kinda) makes sense - BigCatCountry.com
We all know that the Jacksonville Jaguars drafted Leonard Fournette and by know most people's feelings about the pick have probably already been made up. But football is still further away than I'd prefer, so I might as well keep analyzing things none of us can change and see what comes up.
Blake Bortles has improved throwing motion, according to Tom Coughlin - NFL.com
Blake Bortles' throwing motion in 2016 looked like something out of an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics reel. The elongated motion added to the quarterback's struggles with turnovers. The 25-year-old spent the offseason working with quarterback guru Adam Dedeaux to help improve his mechanics. Thus far through offseason workouts, coaches have had good things to report on Bortles' improvement. Add executive vice president Tom Coughlin to the chorus pleased with Bortles correcting the issue.