The Jaguars’ mini-camp started off on the right foot, per Rant Sports
“Going into my eighth year, I’ve never been a part of anything like this as far as the first day of minicamp,” said Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis. “They threw everything at us and we came out with a great attitude and we executed.’’
“We have plays to get the ball to everyone,” said Fisch. “We have to figure how we’re going to do that.”
Alualu has been a disappointment. At his best, he’s been solid but not spectacular. A balky knee has held back his development as well. The broad perception is that Alualu was more a late first-rounder than the 10th player in the draft. Since-departed general manager Gene Smith overreached, but Alualu still has a chance to be a productive player. The Jaguars lost Terrance Knighton, let C.J. Mosley go, but the Jaguars brought in Roy Miller and Sen’Derrick Marks at defensive tackle.