• Jaguars get back to work

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Oct 15, 2012
    The Jaguars are back on the field today at 11 a.m. The Jaguars had only four receivers active against Chicago . “I’m hoping he can play,” Mularkey said. “I think everybody does.” The Jaguars need Smith back. Mularkey wants the Jaguars to be the team that comes out of the pack this year, but acknowledged they don’t have much time left to turn things around. It’s not the most ideal circumstances to be flying a combined 6,472 air miles round-trip to Oakland and Green Bay the next two weekends, but that’s the hand the NFL schedule-maker has dealt the 1-4 Jaguars. He’s missed a lot of time and he could be under the same kind of schedule that defensive end George Selvie has been under – have two weeks of practice before being available to play. *Receiver Cecil Shorts’ role.
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      At a time when the Jaguars desperately need to turn their season around quickly, they face the second-longest, back-to-back road trips in franchise history. It’s not the most ideal circumstances to be flying a combined 6,472 air miles round-trip to Oakl
  • After long wait, LB Daryl Smith could return this week for Jaguars

    It was a welcome sight for the Jaguars on Monday when they returned to work from their bye weekend. For the first time since August, one of their best defensive players, linebacker Daryl Smith, was back practicing and poised to play again. Smith hasn’t
    • Daryl Smith takes another step

      Out the entire regular season because of a groin injury, Jaguars linebacker Daryl Smith took a step forward in his recovery today. For the first time since re-aggravating the injury on Labor Day, Smith was seen taking part in position drills during the …

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