Rain? What Rain? Jaguars.com Senior Writer John Oehser takes a look at the rookie minicamp
Bradley said despite the rainy conditions Friday and the possibility/probability of rain during training camp practices, he won’t push hard for a practice bubble outside EverBank Field. “I have more things to be involved with than that,” he said. Bradley noted that Jaguars Owner Shad Khan already has invested in new locker-room and training facilities. “Shad has been so good to us,” he said. “He’s been awesome through this whole deal.
Per NFL.com, Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell talks about his first draft
I’ve always been really nervous on draft day, during my time in Indianapolis, my time in Atlanta,” Caldwell said from the team facility on Wednesday. “So what surprised me was there was a calmness here. I remember thinking, in Indy and Atlanta, ‘Man, I hope this guy or that guy falls.’ I guess it’s like being a player. When you’re in the game, you’re just reacting and doing it. When you’re on the sideline, you’re more stressed.
The Huffington Post weighs in on the Jaguars quarterback decision and how Justin Blackmon affects it
Because he can’t consistently beat defenses over the top and his route-running won’t get him open enough to get the ball in space, Blackmon can only thrive with a quarterback who can hit him in stride to pick up yards after the catch. Contractually, now is the year the Jaguars absolutely must find out if Blaine Gabbert can be that quarterback.
Undrafted Free Agents grades from Bleacher Report
The Jaguars addressed several major areas of need throughout the draft, and the team continued to do so in undrafted free agency. They added more cornerbacks and return specialists to compete for playing time, while acquiring players at other positions who can potentially provide depth.