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NFL Insider: A couple of ways Jags could handle trip to London

NFL Insider: A couple of ways Jags could handle trip to London

jacksonville.com Updated Mar 20, 2013
PHOENIX | The Jaguars are still finalizing a travel schedule for their late October game in London against the San Francisco 49ers. But an early-week departure from Jacksonville remains likely. St. Louis adopted that strategy last year. The Rams arrived…
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  • Khan on Jaguars: No illusion on rebuild

    Khan on Jaguars: No illusion on rebuild

    ESPN.com Mar 20, 2013
    Shad Khan is generally careful not to be too harsh about the term of former general manager Gene Smith. When Khan bought the team late in the 2011 season from Wayne Weaver, he inherited a GM who had just gotten his contract extended, and he stuck with S…
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  • Jones-Drew about to start foot rehabilitation

    Jones-Drew about to start foot rehabilitation

    Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew is about to take a big step in his path back from a serious foot injury. Per Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, Jones-Drew will get the boot taken off his surgically repaired left foot this w
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Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Outrage over new helmet rule much ado about nothing

    Mar 20
    PHOENIX -- Emmitt Smith, Matt Forte, Eric Dickerson and running backs everywhere may squawk, but every change the NFL makes these days on behalf of player safety makes somebody squawk, doesn't it? Should the league really care? Not if it feels like it's…
  • NFL owners meetings - Pro Bowl survives but change is likely

    Mar 20
    The Pro Bowl will survive for next season, but changes are likely. Plus: playoff expansion talk, rules changes and more from the owners meetings.
  • NFL owners end tuck rule, approve helmet penalty

    Mar 20
    In votes Wednesday, the NFL's owners eliminated the tuck rule and agreed to a rule change that would ban offensive players from using the crown of their helmets against defenders in the open field.