• Jaguars Friday injury report

    Summary of 23 articles · Updated Nov 1, 2012
    The Jaguars scored the final eight points of the first half. The Jaguars traded receiver Mike Thomas to Detroit on Tuesday for a draft pick. Receiver James Jones couldn't make the catch, but a pass interference call on the Jaguars' William Middleton moved the ball 38 yards to the Jaguars' 38-yard line. Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert deserves credit, however, for turning in a solid game of his own. Davon House 's blocked punt in the second quarter, eventually recovered for a touchdown by rookie Dezman ...
    • No trades for Jaguars

      The 4 p.m. NFL trade deadline has passed and the Jaguars made no additional deals, including one for a Certain Quarterback who plays for the New York Jets. The Jaguars squashed the rumor that they were in talks for Tim Tebow on Wednesday and only one tr…
    • Jaguars start preparing for Detroit

      The Jaguars start Week 8 this morning, a 3.5-point underdog to Detroit, which is 3-4 and in the midst of playing four out of five games on the road. Some notes and thoughts to start out the week: *That the Jaguars got anything for receiver Mike Thomas i…
    • Jaguars' playing time vs. Packers

      The Jaguars’ playing time totals from Sunday’s loss at Green Bay: OFFENSE (76 snaps) RB: Rashad Jennings 71, Greg Jones 14, Jalen Parmele 7. TE: Marcedes Lewis 64, Zach Potter 10, Maurice Stovall 3, Guy Whimper 3. WR: Justin Blackmon 70, Cecil Shorts
    • Drops get out of hand for Jaguars

      Minus their best offensive player and projected top receiver, the Jaguars’ margin for error offensively Sunday in Green Bay was miniscule. They responded by dropping nine passes. Coach Mike Mularkey said Monday the total was a season-high and used it as
    • What I think the Jaguars are thinking

      What I think they’re thinking at the headquarters of the Jacksonville Jaguars this afternoon. Look we need more than any sort of moral victory around here, and when our owner is on “60 Minutes” and qualifies as the face of the franchise beyond Mauri
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    • Jaguars' patchwork secondary proves effective against Green Bay

      GREEN BAY, WIS. - Even going against a Packers offense without its top two receivers, it still wasn’t the way the Jaguars wanted to draw it up. Starting at one cornerback was Will Middleton, who had played one snap the previous three games. Starting a
    • Progress in passing game despite injury to Jaguars QB Blaine Gabbert

      GREEN BAY, WIS. - The first series could have served as a harbinger for Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert. Seeing Packers safety Morgan Burnett blitz unblocked from the left edge, Gabbert looked jittery as he shuffled his feet before linebacker Brad Jo
    • Report Card: Packers 24, Jaguars 15

      Sports columnist Gene Frenette grades the Jaguars' performance on offense, defense, special teams and coaching after a 24-15 loss to Green Bay. RUSHING OFFENSE
    • Jaguars' upset hopes stall in Green Bay

      GREEN BAY, Wis. - Two-touchdown underdogs to the Green Bay Packers Sunday, the Jaguars settled for too many field goals and made one too many key penalties to pull the upset, falling 24-15 at Lambeau Field. The Jaguars fell to 1-6 and have lost four con
    • Packers put pesky Jaguars away in Green Bay

      Sunday’s game in Green Bay was supposed to be an easy win for the Packers over the Jaguars. The Packers got their win, but it wasn’t easy. The Jaguars kept the game close most of the way and wouldn’t go down without a fight, but in the end Jacksonvi
    • Jaguars trail Packers 14-12

      GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Two-touchdown underdogs today against the Green Bay Packers, the Jaguars have done more than hang in the game. Blaine Gabbert’s 1-yard touchdown pass to Guy Whimper 17 seconds before halftime cut the Packers’ lead to 14-12. The Jagu
    • Gabbert probable, but Jaguars add a third quarterback

      The Jaguars are confident quarterback Blaine Gabbert’s going to be OK to play with an injured left shoulder, listing him as probable for tomorrow’s game at Green Bay. But they’re giving themselves a little cover, regardless. The Jags announced they
    • Jaguars Notebook: Blaine Gabbert will start; Mathis, Cox questionable

      Following three full days of practice with his injured non-throwing shoulder, quarterback Blaine Gabbert showed enough to start for the Jaguars on Sunday at Green Bay. Listed as probable on the team’s injury report, Gabbert experienced no setbacks. “I
  • Jaguars killing themselves with dropped passes

    The Jaguars’ overall lack of talent left them without much of a margin of error this season to begin with. Playing without running back Maurice Jones-Drew and wide receiver Laurent Robinson made it smaller. But they compounded it Sunday by making the ki
  • Reviewing Jaguars four keys

    Reviewing the four keys to the Jaguars-Packers game I identified on Sunday: FIRST DOWN Stay on schedule Entering the game: The Jaguars faced seven third downs or 10 or more yards to go last week at Oakland. That won’t work against Green Bay and its pass
  • MMQB: Readers react to Jaguars' loss to Green Bay

    Reaction from readers after the Jaguars’ 24-15 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday: Is there a win in our future? This is getting old watching the same things over and over with no positive results. What excuse will they have this week? Shirley, Jac
  • NFL Notebook: Jaguars promote QB John Parker Wilson, activate DE John Chick

    The Jaguars on Saturday promoted quarterback John Parker Wilson from the practice squad and activated defensive end John Chick from the physically unable to perform list. Offensive lineman Herb Taylor and linebacker Brandon Marshall, the team’s fifth-ro
    • Jaguars make two roster moves

      Before departing for Sunday’s game in Green Bay, the Jaguars made two changes to their 53-man roster. Defensive end John Chick was moved from the physically unable to perform list and quarterback John Parker Wilson was promoted from the practice squad.
    • Jaguars promote QB Wilson from practice squad

      JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) The Jacksonville Jaguars promoted quarterback John Parker Wilson from the practice squad and activated defensive end John Chick from the physically-unable-to-perform list.

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