This is the December 28, 2012 news archive. View today's Jaguars rumors and news.
Two days before the season finale and more than two months after he was injured, Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew finally took a big step toward recovery Friday, undergoing left foot surgery in Charlotte, N.C. Injured on the first play of the Jag…
Woes up front mean Jaguars lag behindUpdated Dec 28, 2012 Share TweetTheir best pass rusher began the year with Philadelphia. Among the four left guards who have started a game are two undrafted rookie free agents. They didn’t have three sacks in a game until last week. And benchings and role changes because of poor perf
Jaguars Notebook: Uche Nwaneri's consecutive game streak about to endUpdated Dec 28, 2012 Share TweetJaguars right guard Uche Nwaneri failed his concussion test Friday, meaning his 60-game starting streak will end in Sunday’s season finale at Tennessee. Nwaneri was injured in the first half of last week’s game against New England and did not return.Share TweetFollow our sportswriters and others covering the Jaguars' game as they tweet from Tennessee.Tweets from @FrancineTU/jaguars-at-titansShare TweetMaurice Jones-Drew is one of the most reliable running backs in the NFL, but more than two months after suffering a foot sprain in a game against the Raiders, the Jaguars have finally put MJD on the injured reserve list. While only a week remains in the…
Gene Frenette: Jaguars fans deserve applause, not criticismUpdated Dec 28, 2012 Share TweetFor all past criticism the Jaguars have received over attendance issues, especially from national media, it's time to acknowledge that the passion for pro football in Jacksonville is actually as good as or superior to most NFL cities.Share TweetA lot of things have changed for the Jaguars since the beat the Titans, 24-19, on Nov. 25. In that game, Rashad Jennings and Jalen Parmele combined for 24 carries and Cecil Shorts had four catches. All three players are on the injured reserve list so th…
Wilfork fined $30,000, but Chung escapes without oneUpdated Dec 28, 2012 Share TweetPatriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork was fined $30,000 for unnecessary roughness, after hitting Jaguars offensive lineman Steve Vallos in the head last week. The play resulted in a penalty during the game, occurring after a Patrick Chung interception…Source: profootballtalk.com
Shad Khan's Tebow decision could impact the future of Gene Smith and Mike MularkeyUpdated Dec 28, 2012 Share TweetJaguars owner Shad Khan has some major decisions to make after the team's season ends Sunday. The major ones are whether to keep general manager Gene Smith and/or coach Mike Mularkey and whether to sign Tim Tebow if he's cut by the Jets. Khan has given …
Top rookie WRs to square off in finaleUpdated Dec 28, 2012 Share TweetJohn Glennon of The Tennesean wisely points out one thing that’s at stake in Sunday’s mostly meaningless Jaguars-Titans game: The rookie receptions title. The lines of the NFL’s most productive receiving rookies: Writes Glennon: "The Jaguars have utSource: ESPN.com
Jones-Drew Out Until At Least May After SurgeryDec 28AFC South blogger Paul Kuharsky shares the latest on Maurice-Jones Drew's left foot surgery, which will keep him out until at least May.
Peter King: Cowboys on familiar ground with win-or-go-home Week 17Dec 28In the offseason, Dallas coach Jason Garrett visited the Yankees' spring-training home in Tampa, and sought out Derek Jeter. Garrett was raised in Yankee country, so he has great respect for the Yankee shortstop, and he wanted to ask him about leadershi…
NFL - John Clayton's five most cherished NFL recordsDec 28Football records might not resonate like those in baseball, but there are five NFL records that stand above the rest, John Clayton writes.
The Sports Guy powers through a damaged laptop to make his Week 17 picksDec 28The Sports Guy's computer is on the fritz, but that didn't stop him from making his Week 17 picks.