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Former foes expect Red Bryant, Chris Clemons to make difference for Jags
jacksonville.com Updated Mar 26, 2014
ORLANDO | They meant it in the best way possible when asked about Seattle cutting ties with defensive end/run stopper Red Bryant and defensive end/pass rusher Chris Clemons, both of whom signed with the Jaguars: Good riddance. “Thank God,” Arizona Cardi…Share Tweet
Jags confident in Mike Brewster at centerESPN.com Mar 26, 2014ORLANDO, Fla. -- Finding a new center to replace the retired Brad Meester is one of the Jacksonville Jaguars' top priorities this offseason, but the fact that they didn’t sign one during the first few weeks of free agency isn’t a concern for general man…Share TweetORLANDO – A week after his Pro Day workout, Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles drew praise from Jaguars coach Gus Bradley and Houston coach Bill O’Brien. Bradley and O’Brien were among the head coaches who traveled to the UCF campus last week. Ta…Share Tweet
Gus: Robinson has different mindsetORLANDO – The struggles for Denard Robinson last year for the Jaguars have been well documented – he had more jersey number changes (one) than touchdowns (zero). There were ball security issues, chiefly when the fifth-round pick fumbled at the goal-line…Share TweetORLANDO – Now a second-year NFL head coach – who has the second-most seniority in his own division – the Jaguars’ Gus Bradley said this week he generally keeps quiet during the sessions at the NFL’s Annual Meeting this week. “When we’re in the group ses…Share Tweet
Don Banks: NFL's desire to clean up the game will be easier said than doneMar 26ORLANDO -- The NFL has always been a reactive body in regards to whatever it deems the most pressing problem of the moment, so the news that it's latest goal is to return "an element of respect'' to the game -- both on field and in the locker room …
Bill Belichick makes impact at NFL owners meetingsMar 26Bill Belichick's proposal to extend the goalposts was approved on a whirlwind final day of the NFL owners meetings, but his other ideas were put on hold, writes John Clayton.
R.I.P. Ralph WilsonMar 26ORLANDO, Fla. — I’ll always have two enduring memories of Ralph Wilson. One: In 2009, I visited Wilson, 90, at his home outside Detroit to discuss a story about the 50-year anniversary of the founding of the American Football League. He was an original …