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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Tony Boselli talks with Rich Eisen about coronavirus hospital stay

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Happy Tuesday, everyone! Here’s all the Jacksonville Jaguars news that’s fit to print... around the Internet. We’ve got Tony Boselli talking about his coronavirus hospital stay on The Rich Eisen Show, some super fun MOCK DRAFT scenarios, and more Yannick Ngakoue trade rumors than you can shake a stick at.

Tony Boselli talks coronavirus hospital stay with Rich Eisen

Former Jacksonville Jaguars great Tony Boselli spoke at length about his recent hospital stay and what we all need to be doing to flatten the curve with coronavirus.

Watch the full video from The Rich Eisen Show here.

CBS Sports is playing with fire, folks

The Jacksonville Jaguars do not need a first round quarterback. They don’t want a first round quarterback. They will not draft a first round quarterback.

And yet... y’all persist in this devil magic.

Ryan Wilson of CBS Sports is the latest draft analysis playing with fire as he predicts the Jaguars striking a deal with the New York Giants to where Yannick Ngakoue goes to New York and the team swaps first round picks. Jacksonville now has the No. 4 overall pick and New York has the No. 9 overall pick.

Okay, who do we come away wi-OH MY GOD KILL IT WITH FIRE.

Nick Foles “grateful” for trade to Chicago Bears

Nick Foles wanted to be in Chicago. He made that perfectly clear.

In fact, Friday’s conference call with the new Chicago Bears quarterback was pretty much over and Foles easily could have hung up and gone on with the rest of his day. Instead, he wanted to make sure the reporter who asked the last question about his trade to Chicago got the answer she wanted.

After further clarification, Foles went on to give an answer that lasted three minutes and nine seconds, addressing the details of his trade and restructured contract with the Bears.

Read more from Adam Hoge at Yahoo! Sports here.

Coronavirus was “so much worse than I could have imagined”

Tony Boselli, one of the greatest offensive lineman of his era, recently spent five days in the hospital after he and his wife, Angie, tested positive for the coronavirus. While his wife never needed to be hospitalized and has made a full recovery, Boselli says that he is still in recovery after spending time in the ICU unit.

Read more from Pete Prisco and Bryan DeArdo at CBS Sports here.

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