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2017 Jacksonville Jaguars training camp: Day 6 live blog

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The Jacksonville Jaguars are more than halfway through the training camp practices open to the public and nearly one week out from their preseason opener against the New England Patriots.

And Blake Bortles looks as inconsistent as ever.

It’s not that Bortles has looked bad, per se. It’s that for every good throw, there is an equal (yet opposite) poor throw or decision. It’s discouraging to say the least, but it’s what we’ve gotten in games for the last three seasons from him.

Oh, and the offensive line is in a weird spot following Branden Albert’s retirement.

What will Day 6 have in store for the Jaguars? Follow along with everything Jaguars by checking out our live blog throughout the day.

You can see a full training camp schedule here.

Live blog

12:25 PM: See you tomorrow, everyone!

12:16 PM: Jacksonville Jaguars football is back!

11:59 AM: Yannick Ngakoue pressures Blake Bortles’ blindside.

11:56 AM: The starting five offensive linemen is starting to take shape. I don’t think anything changes between now and Week 1 of the preseason.

11:36 AM: These are big, big men.

11:13 AM: Marqise Lee has had a good camp and Blake Bortles hasn’t. Tough to see this result for both.

11:07 AM: Blake Bortles to Allen Hurns is good.

11:06 AM: RASHAD ONLY NEEDS ONE HAND.

10:52 AM: Dante Fowler has had a very good camp (so far) so hopefully this is a minor issue.

10:41 AM: Calais Campbell missing three straight training camp practices. Probably won’t play much in preseason.

10:29 AM: COME ON YOU JAGUARS!

8:59 AM: Catch up with everything that happened during Day 5 of training camp with our live tracker here.

7:26 AM: If you missed it yesterday (and we don’t know how you could) we had a sit-down interview with Leonard Fournette where he talked about growing up in the 7th Ward, his work with local Raines High School, and playing for Tom Coughlin.