Jacksonville Jaguars Mini Camp | Day One Analysis

Today was the first day of the Jaguars Mini Camp and it was great to see the team back on the field.  There was a healthy crowd considering it was at 4pm on a Friday and the crowd definitely had a postive buzz.  The defense worked on the far field so it was hard to see much of their practice so my details on them are a little sketchy.  I did see lots of the new WRs along with the QBs.   Now for a few notes:

-Garrard is leaner, Landry is bigger and the O-Line is absolutely huge.  Tra Thomas and Eugene Monroe were particularly large.

-Jarret Dillard has great hands, never letting the ball get to his chest.  He was also able to get out of his routes quickly.

-Mike Thomas did look short on the field but he caught everything that was thrown his way.  I was worried that Garrard would overthrow him but he was able to keep the ball down.

-The real highlight was Derek Cox who was quick to the ball and even got an interception.  All the doubters beware, we could have another Mathis in our midst.

-Brian Williams was lined up as a CB and Considine was playing Safety.

-Tiquan Underwood dropped a few balls.

-Torry Holt looked to be kind of going at half speed to me but you have to figure that an 11 year veteran has little patience for mini camp.

-The word out of the morning was that Lemon looked bad but I thought he wasn’t too terrible in the afternoon.  The other young QBs did not look impressive.

-Saw Weatherford hitting some corner kicks, Podlesh looked mediocre.  This should be interesting at training camp.

If there is anything else you want to know just leave  a comment below and I will do my best to answer your questions.

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Tags: Brian Williams David Garrard Derek Cox Derek Landri Eugene Monroe Jarret Dillard Mike Thomas Sean Considine Tiquan Underwood Torry Holt Tra Thomas

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