The Jacksonville Jaguars are starting up Day 11 of training camp, meaning that practices are now closed to the public — but media still have selected availability to take pictures and videos and we’ll be updating as we can throughout the day.
The first (unofficial) depth chart has been released, reflecting a lot of what’s happened at training camp so far.
You can read our Day 10 recap here.
Follow along with everything Jaguars by checking out our live blog throughout the day.
12:25 PM: Going against the best cornerback in the league will do that to you.
Not a lot of throws today:— Mike Kaye (@mike_e_kaye) August 7, 2018
Bortles was 6-of-7 with his lone incompletion being an impressive pick by Ramsey.
Kessler was 5-of-7 as he had two throwaways.
Missed out on some Tanner Lee throws but no interceptions for the rook for the third straight day. #Jaguars
12:19 PM: Yeah, I’m gonna need video of this interception by Jalen Ramsey.
Jalen Ramsey with a beautiful, acrobatic INT on Bortles on a deep ball. Tight coverage, broke up a pass to Donte Moncrief and tipped the ball to himself as he fell down. #Jaguars— Zach Goodall (@zach_goodall) August 7, 2018
11:48 AM: Best backup quarterback in the league MY ASS, Jim Irsay.
Kessler with perfect strike over middle to Chark for TD in 11-on-11. #Jaguars— Eugene Frenette (@GeneFrenette) August 7, 2018
11:44 AM: A rare nice throw by Tanner Lee.
11:40 AM: The amount of reps I’ve seen from Blake Bortles to Austin Seferian-Jenkins has been off the charts. Look for the tight ends to be a huge factor in the red zone this year.
11:14 AM: That 1999 defense was mad underrated and Dom Capers coordinated the unit. It was a fun team to watch — especially the production he got out of the defensive line and star-studded secondary.
10:58 AM: Chemistry drills. Two days until our first preseason game. I am ready.
10:17 AM: Doug Marrone doesn’t sugar coat so I can take his praise of struggling guard A.J. Cann with a little more than a grain of salt.
#Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone was vocally supportive of right guard A.J. Cann in his press conference today. Mentioned improvements in technique, specifically keeping his head up. Said there’s still room for improvement but he’s been playing better throughout camp.— Zach Goodall (@zach_goodall) August 7, 2018
10:07 AM: I really hope this isn’t the same thing that stunted Dede Westbrook last preseason.