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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Leonard Fournette will ‘bust his ass’ for this team

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Leonard Fournette on Jaguars: “I’m going to bust my ass for them.”

Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette knows he was on the trade block but he said last night he “knows it’s a business” and that he’s going to work harder than ever.

“[I don’t know] what my future hold with the Jaguars but believe while I’m here I’m going to bust my ass for them, no hard feelings I know it’s business see y’all for the season.”

Analysis on all 12 draft picks

The Jacksonville Jaguars came away with 12 new players in the 2020 NFL Draft — their largest draft class ever. They addressed a variety of needs, mostly on the defensive side of the ball, and injected this team with athleticism and upside at key positions.

Let’s take a look at the 2020 draft class.

Josh Dobbs spends part of offseason... with NASA?

Yes, teammates have asked Joshua Dobbs the question: Did we really go to the Moon? We really did, he’ll reply.

“Of course, everyone has their whatever, their conspiracy,” said Dobbs, adding that, to be fair, most teammates are less interested in conspiracies than the nuts and bolts of space exploration. What does it mean to be a rocket scientist?

No one in the NFL is as qualified to provide the answer: Dobbs, a quarterback for the Jacksonville Jaguars, graduated with honors from the University of Tennessee with a degree in aerospace engineering. (Aerospace engineering being one of the very few things in life that is, in fact, actual rocket science.)

I’m sorry, but this is a hilarious tweet

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