So, believe it or not, we are less than two weeks away from the first day of training camp. In the meantime, let’s check out another edition of Jacksonville Jaguars news and notes, and recap all things Duval in the past week or so.
- Tony Romo was like a pre-play psychic in the announcing booth last season. He predicts the Jaguars and Green Bay Packers will meet in Super Bowl LIII.
- Have y’all been reading these “Eleven on Eleven” entries on Jaguars.com? Donovin Darius, Reggie Hayward, Rashean Mathis and the one and only Jimmy Smith all have recent interviews. Quality content.
- Blake Bortles knows there have been situations where he deserved it, but he is not bothered by your damn criticism. He also let Sirius XM NFL Radio know that he is willing to take less money to put better players around him, and that he used Tom Brady as a model during contract negotiations.
- Speaking of Bortles, did you check out his interview on NFL Total Access? Even @BortlesFacts made a guest appearance.
- The Jaguars announced that all tickets to home games at TIAA Bank Field will be delivered via mobile devices. Jaguar fans seem less than thrilled with the idea.
- The Jaguars also announced that eight training camp sessions will be open to the public. Don’t get your hopes up for a fun and interesting camp, though (this isn’t a bad thing).
- Does Jacksonville have a bottom-tier offensive arsenal? ESPN’s Bill Barnwell thinks so.
- Official Madden 19 ratings were released. People are actually going to choose to play with Jacksonville this year.
- Pro Football Focus fun: The Jaguars rank as the 15th offensive line unit in the NFL, and Marqise Lee is the league’s best receiver on crossing routes (really).
- Mike Kaye of First Coast News has been previewing Jacksonville’s various position groups leading up to training camp. His latest entries look at the crowded wide receiver group, the interior offensive linemen and the offensive tackles.
- Why couldn’t the Jaguars beat those pesky Tennessee Titans last year? It hurt my soul writing this article.
- Which current Jaguars could be playing their final season in Duval in 2018? Jaguars Wire examines.
- Things are not looking good for Jaguars defensive tackle Marcell Dareus. He is facing sexual assault lawsuits from two different women.
- The San Diego Union-Tribune is profiling all 32 teams for fantasy football previews. Check out the entry on the Jaguars.
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