The Jacksonville Jaguars hired Perry Fewell as the new secondary coach back in January. This is Fewell’s second stint with the team after originally coaching the defensive backs from 1998 through 2002 under Tom Coughlin.
I believe Fewell was a great addition to Jacksonville’s coaching staff — and with the 2017 season inching closer and closer, let’s talk about the potential impact this may have for Jacksonville’s extremely talented secondary.
Former Jaguars DT Roy Miller 'shocked' by release, now healthy and receiving interest | Firstcoastnews.com
Eight-year NFL veteran Roy Miller was blindsided when he was released by the Jaguars in March.
The starting nose tackle had served as a leader in the locker room and a run-stopping force for the franchise for four seasons.
Miller was held to just six games last season due to a Achilles tear, but the veteran figured he would retain his role when fully-recovered. Instead, he got the phone call that most NFL players dread.
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