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Just tear it down Jaguars

Just tear it down Jaguars

By: Hays Carlyon With every transaction Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell makes, the best path for the Jaguars becomes clearer. Tear this thing down and rebuild. The roster is awful. The team is coming off a 10-loss season. The six teams the Jaguars beat last year were a combined 18 games under .500. The presumed…Continue Reading »

Report: Jaguars trade CB A.J. Bouye to Denver for pick

Report: Jaguars trade CB A.J. Bouye to Denver for pick

By: Hays Carlyon The sensational 2017 Jaguars defense continues to be gutted. ESPN reported the Jaguars have agreed to trade Pro-Bowl cornerback A.J. Bouye to Denver in exchange for a late fourth-round pick. The trade can’t be official until the new league year opens on March 18. The trade gives the Jaguars six picks in…Continue Reading »

Yannick Ngakoue says he’s ready to part ways with the Jaguars

Yannick Ngakoue says he’s ready to part ways with the Jaguars

By: Hays Carlyon Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue has been posting cryptic tweets for months. There was nothing cryptic about Monday morning’s offering. Ngakoue announced his intentions to leave the Jaguars as he approaches free agency on March 18. The Jaguars could apply the franchise tag to Ngakoue, securing his rights for this coming season…Continue Reading »

Jaguars MLB Myles Jack could be headed towards a position change

Jaguars MLB Myles Jack could be headed towards a position change

By: Hays Carlyon INDIANAPOLIS – Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell and coach Doug Marrone seem to at least be considering a position change for middle linebacker Myles Jack. Both met with reporters at the NFL Scouting Combine on Tuesday at the Indiana Convention Center. The 24-year-old Jack regressed last season, his second season playing solely…Continue Reading »

Jaguars off-season cuts have reportedly begun

Jaguars off-season cuts have reportedly begun

By: Hays Carlyon And just like that, the Jaguars have salary-cap space. NFL Network reported on Monday that the Jaguars will decline to pick up the option on two veteran players: defensive tackle Marcell Dareus and linebacker Jake Ryan. Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell and coach Doug Marrone are scheduled to address reporters Tuesday at…Continue Reading »

Jaguars hire former Giants coach Ben McAdoo to coach QBs

Jaguars hire former Giants coach Ben McAdoo to coach QBs

By: Hays Carlyon Jaguars coach Doug Marrone continued to fill out his staff on Wednesday. The team announced Marrone has hired former New York Giants coach Ben McAdoo to serve as quarterbacks coach. The 42-year-old McAdoo becomes the second former NFL head coach that Marrone has hired this off-season. Former Washington coach Jay Gruden was…Continue Reading »

Jaguars will play two home games at Wembley Stadium this season

Jaguars will play two home games at Wembley Stadium this season

By: Hays Carlyon The avalanche of bad news continues to overwhelm Jaguars fans. The franchise announced Tuesday that owner Shad Khan has decided that the team will play two “home” games in London’s Wembley Stadium this season with the NFL’s blessing. The league isn’t expected to release the full 2020 schedule until April, but Jaguars…Continue Reading »

The Jaguars Plan Part 2: The cuts and keeps

The Jaguars Plan Part 2: The cuts and keeps

By: Hays Carlyon The Jaguars face arguably their most challenging off-season in team history. Jaguars owner Shad Khan elected to retain eighth-year general manager Dave Caldwell and fourth-year coach Doug Marrone, despite their poor results. Caldwell is 38-77 overall (including the playoffs). Marrone is 8-20 in his last 28 games with an overall record of…Continue Reading »

Jaguars hire quality offensive coordinator in Jay Gruden

Jaguars hire quality offensive coordinator in Jay Gruden

By: Hays Carlyon All the boxes were checked. The Jaguars first off-season acquisition can be labeled a success on the surface. The team announced Wednesday that coach Doug Marrone hired former Washington coach Jay Gruden to serve as offensive coordinator replacing John DeFilippo. The 52-year-old Gruden, the younger brother of Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon…Continue Reading »