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Chad Henne looking to stay memorable in Jaguars' quarterback competition
jacksonville.com Updated Apr 4, 2013
Chad Henne has been something of a forgotten man in the Jaguars’ offseason quarterback derby. Most of the speculation has focused on whether Blaine Gabbert can rebound in his third season and what other quarterback moves the Jaguars plan to make in theUpvote Share Tweet
Jaguars' preseason opponents named: Eagles, Dolphins coming to JacksonvilleAlthough the regular-season schedule won’t be announced until mid-April, the Jaguars were given their four preseason opponents by the NFL on Thursday. Coach Gus Bradley’s sideline debut will come at EverBank Field against the Miami Dolphins (Aug. 8-11Upvote Share TweetMel Kiper’s new mock draft is out, and I can share with you a look at the AFC South. 2) Jacksonville Jaguars Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU Kiper says: "The Jaguars have been saddled with a deficient pass rush for years now, and I think they will take advantageUpvote Share TweetAlthough the exact dates and kickoff times won’t be announced until later this month, the Jaguars’ preseason opponents were released by the league today. The Jaguars will host the Miami Dolphins, play at the New York Jets, host Philadelphia and play aUpvote Share TweetThe Jacksonville Jaguars have not been afraid to say they are in a rebuild. It’s a rebuild that will be centered on drafts and be quiet in free agency. Still, some of their additions have adjusted their needs. Understanding they need just about everythiUpvote Share Tweet
RTC: Three potential picks visit JaguarsReading the coverage … Houston Texans Brett Kollmann of Battle Red Blog has a very thorough write-up considering how the Texans defensive will evolve in 2013. “To clear (Whitney) Mercilus from the franchise left tackles that bogged him down last seasoUpvote Share TweetContinuing an evaluation process that started months ago, the Jaguars hosted three highly regarded draft prospects at EverBank Field on Wednesday. Visiting with team officials were left tackles Luke Joeckel of Texas A&M and Eric Fisher of Central Mi…Upvote Share Tweet