Ryan O’Halloran’s first steps in reshaping the Jaguars
The Plan continued to crystallize over the weekend when the Jaguars, after solidifying the right tackle spot with Luke Joeckel, stockpiled defensive backs and used two picks to spark their dormant return game. The Jaguars are a younger, faster and deeper team than the one that finished last year.
The more time I’ve had with it, the less objection I have to the Joeckel pick. They needed a sure thing more than they needed to fill a more notable or significant need. And they got one. I’ll revisit the Gratz question in an additional post soon.
Gary Davenport of Bleacher Report says off-field issues will doom Justin Blackmon
For whatever reason, the wide-receiver position seems to have an inordinate percentage of headcases, whether it’s players who are constantly griping on the field or getting into trouble off of it.
Now, the first wide receiver off the board in the 2012 draft’s inability to avoid the latter has gotten him suspended for four games, potentially costing him millions of dollars, and has placed his entire NFL career on the precipice of an abyss.