Category Archives: Frank Frangie Columns

FRANK FRANGIE: More insight into Jaguars defensive plans

FRANK FRANGIE: More insight into Jaguars defensive plans

By: Frank Frangie This and that. … Yesterday, I went and watched baseball, live baseball. Saw terrific young players in a youth travel tournament with players up to 14 years of age. Great weather, parents and fans cheering, umpires calling balls and strikes. There were line drives and popups, ground balls and bloopers, home runs…Continue Reading »

FRANK FRANGIE: Jaguars march for Black Lives Matters

FRANK FRANGIE: Jaguars march for Black Lives Matters

By: Frank Frangie Last Friday, I had the honor of covering the Jaguars very well-organized Black Lives Matter march from the stadium to the JSO headquarters on Bay Street. It was touching, moving, vitally important. But I think what hit me the most is that, moments into it, as we left the stadium, walked along…Continue Reading »

FRANK FRANGIE: Examining Jaguars favorable schedule

FRANK FRANGIE: Examining Jaguars favorable schedule

By: Frank Frangie I love the Jaguars schedule. There are so many times when the schedule has come out I’ve found myself thinking the NFL didn’t do them any favors. Not this time. I love this one. The truth is, you never know. Teams that were supposed to be good aren’t and teams that were…Continue Reading »

FRANK FRANGIE: Analyzing the Jaguars 2020 draft picks

FRANK FRANGIE: Analyzing the Jaguars 2020 draft picks

By: Frank Frangie I liked the Jags draft. Way more good than bad. I might have preferred another playmaker or two on offense, but overall I thought it was a good and important first step toward sort of a new day in Jaguars football. To that end, there were some obvious themes. Obviously, the character…Continue Reading »

FRANK FRANGIE: Jaguars looking to trade Leonard Fournette?

FRANK FRANGIE: Jaguars looking to trade Leonard Fournette?

By: Frank Frangie Lots of chatter about the national media report yesterday that suggested the Jags are trying to trade Leonard Fournette. When I first read it, I was surprised. But then we all obviously began to wonder if there is a connection between that decision — if indeed the report is true — and…Continue Reading »

FRANK FRANGIE: Filling the sports void

FRANK FRANGIE: Filling the sports void

By: Frank Frangie We’re bored and waiting. And wondering what’s next. And when. Through it all, what has kept me as occupied as anything is reading about sports. Columns, opinions, updates, anything. So in that spirit, I’m going to start a collection of thoughts. Sports mostly, but probably other stuff, too. Not sure now often.…Continue Reading »