This is the July 11, 2013 news archive. View today's Jaguars rumors and news.
The Jaguars and receiver/punt returner Ace Sanders agreed on a four-year contract Thursday, leaving safety Josh Evans as the team’s only unsigned draft pick. Per the suggested financial figures for this year’s draft picks, Sanders’ deal includes a $481,…Upvote Share Tweet
Jaguars RB coach expects Jones-Drew to be ready for padsJacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew hasn’t been able to practice since a foot injury ended his 2012 season in October. He wasn’t cleared to practice during the team’s offseason workouts and chose to handle his rehabilitation away from t…Upvote Share Tweet
Ranking the training camp QB battles, from most interesting to ‘Jacksonville Jaguars’yahoo.com Jul 11, 2013There are many training camp position battles that will have a much bigger effect on the outcome of the 2013 NFL season than who plays quarterback for the Oakland Raiders or Jacksonville Jaguars. Whoever wins the battle to be Seattle's backup running ba…Upvote Share Tweet
Before camp, Jaguars players staying busyjacksonville.com Jul 11, 2013The Jaguars don’t have their first full-squad practice for another 15 days but that hasn’t stopped several players from staying busy this month. Earlier this week, receivers coach Jerry Sullivan said in a phone interview that Cecil Shorts, Mike Brown an…Upvote Share Tweet
Jaguars will get an extra week on the roadThe Jaguars were already racking up the frequent flier miles, thanks to their “home game” in London. Now, they’ll get a few extra Marriott points too. According to John Oehser of the team’s official website, Jaguars coach Gus Bradley has decided to keep…Upvote Share Tweetjacksonville.com Jul 11, 2013Jaguars owner Shad Khan is on the cusp of purchasing an English Premier League soccer team for an estimated $224 million. The Daily Mail reported Wednesday that Khan could complete negotiations to acquire the Fulham Football Club from Egyptian billionai…Upvote Share Tweet
Marcedes Lewis believes Blaine Gabbert has taken step forwardBlaine Gabbert and Chad Henne will battle for the starting quarterback job of the Jacksonville Jaguars when training camp opens on July 25. Gabbert is entering a pivotal season in his young career as he looks to prove he was worthy of a top 10 selection…Upvote Share Tweet