Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Dante Fowler vows to stay out of trouble - ESPN.com
Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Dante Fowler said his recent arrest on misdemeanor battery charges isn't an indication of a maturity issue and pledged to stay out of any further trouble. Fowler, speaking publicly for the first time since the July 18 arrest in his hometown of St. Petersburg, Florida, apologized to the Jaguars organization and city and said he told executive vice president of football operations Tom Coughlin that he wants to be a role model instead of being viewed as a problem child.
5 storylines to watch during Jacksonville Jaguars training camp - BigCatCountry.com
Veterans for the Jacksonville Jaguars report to training camp today, after rookies and quarterbacks have already done so. The first full-team practice starts tomorrow at 10:30 a.m., and it is open to the public. There are several storylines to take note of during training camp and the preseason. We’ll soon find out how the roster will shake out, who the starters are and what the 2017 Jaguars look like.
Marcedes Lewis says this Jacksonville Jaguars team is most talented since 2007 - FirstCoastNews.com
The Jaguars' longest-tenured player is also the only current member of the team to know what it's like to play in a playoff game with the Jacksonville squad. Tight end Marcedes Lewis has been in Jacksonville for his entire 12-year career. The team last made the playoffs in 2007 and Lewis was the starting tight end at the time. The then second-year player caught six passes for 90 receiving yards in two playoff games during that run.