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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Daniel Thomas signals a ‘culture change’

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Daniel Thomas signals a huge coming cultural change

As the Jacksonville Jaguars wrapped up the 2020 NFL Draft with 12 new draftees (the most in franchise history) there was a common characteristic related to each and every guy — high character, no drama, hard workers.

It’s a clear cultural shift in the locker room by general manager Dave Caldwell and head coach Doug Marrone. They made a huge step in that direction with Auburn safety Daniel Thomas.

NFL cancels all international games in 2020

There will be no international games in the NFL this season.

Announced today, the league stated there will not be any international games played this season. All games will be heading back to the United States.

This includes the two “home” games the Jaguars were slated to play this season, now the team will likely play eight games in Jacksonville, barring a cancellation or delay of the season entirely.

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.

Nearly half of polled Jaguars fans think offensive line is weakest position

The Jacksonville Jaguars have a number of weak position groups — cornerback, safety, and I’d even throw in quarterback at this point.

But in a poll released over the weekend, 45 percent of respondents said offensive line was the weakest position on the roster.

I’m sorry, but this is a hilarious tweet

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