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2017 Jacksonville Jaguars training camp: Day 1 live blog

NFL: Jacksonville Jaguars-Training Camp Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars are opening up training camp this morning at 10:30am EST and run through 1:00pm EST. Rookies and quarterbacks have already reported, but today is the first time fans can see the full team will hit the field.

You can see a full training camp schedule here.

As the Jaguars open training camp, there are a lot of things to pay attention to. Who will be the starting five at offensive line? Will Blake Bortles be better than he was in 2016? Are the injuries in the secondary cause for worry?

We’ll start learning the answers to these questions and more as the Jaguars take the field this morning. Follow along with everything Jaguars by checking out our live blog throughout the day.

Live blog

12:39 PM: Leonard Fournette doing Leonard Fournette things.

12:12 PM: Awwwwwwwwwwww...

12:04 PM: Doug Marrone > Gus Bradley

11:44 AM: By all accounts, Blake Bortles has been up and down all day. Very inconsistent. He followed this up with a great pass to Marqise Lee.

11:29 AM: Nice separation by Shane Wynn, good placement by Brandon Allen.

11:26 AM: Not the best placement by Blake Bortles here, but a good grab by Arrelious Benn.

11:25 AM: Great catch by Allen Robinson here.

11:13 AM: Great dive by Allen Hurns, but he shouldn’t have needed to dive on this Blake Bortles pass.

10:54 AM: Blake Bortles and Brandon Allen working on slant drills.

10:33 AM: This is what we predicted earlier in the week, except it would be A.J. Cann at left guard and Tyler Shatley at right guard.

10:32 AM: oh no baby what are you doing

9:24 AM: Get there early, people!

9:08 AM: If you want to see the five storylines we’ll be most paying attention to during training camp, check this out.

8:50 AM: I am ready.

8:25 AM: Zach will be our Big Cat Country representative at every training camp practice open to the public. Follow along as he tweets out video, pictures, and analysis.