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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Shad Khan wants to keep Yannick Ngakoue

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Happy Thursday, everyone! Here’s all the Jacksonville Jaguars news that’s fit to print... around the Internet.

We’ve got Shad Khan’s (rumored) thoughts about keeping Yannick Ngakoue, Tre Herndon being a stand up dude, and more.

Shad Khan wants to keep Yannick Ngakoue

Jacksonville Jaguars pass rusher Yannick Ngakoue has been crystal clear: He wants to play elsewhere starting in 2020. But with two weeks until the NFL Draft, it remains to be seen whether the team is even close to granting his not-so-subtle requests. CBS Sports’ Pete Prisco said recently that Jaguars owner Shad Khan does not want to trade Ngakoue, and ESPN’s Adam Schefter echoed that notion on Wednesday during an appearance on 97.5 The Fanatic.

”There will be people in the organization, like the owner, who will not want to move him,” Schefter said, “which means that they’ll be firmer in their price. But if they don’t trade him, they’ve got a mess on their hands.”

Read more from CBS Sports here.

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.

Jaguars will buy and distribute 45,000 protective masks

In an effort to fight back against the outbreak of COVID-19 in the local community, the Jacksonville Jaguars are doing their part to ensure local companies and non-profits have the means to protect themselves.

The Jaguars announced Wednesday that the team would be purchasing 45,000 team-branded protective masks to distribute throughout the Jacksonville community. This comes on the heels of Jaguars legend Tony Boselli speaking out about his own battle against the coronavirus, which he just recently recovered from.

Read more from John Shipley at Jaguar Report 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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