“The media just blows it out of proportion,” Jones-Drew said, per an Associated Press report. “A lot of people make several mistakes. If you’re that age and you have that amount of money, how would you act? If you answer that question truthfully, you can go from there.”
Jimmy Smith, the leading receiver in Jaguars history who became an icon in Jacksonville while spearheading the team during its playoff run in the late 1990s, is serving a six-year term in a Mississippi prison after being convicted of cocaine possession and firearm charges in March.
“Jaguars Notebook” from the Florida Times-Union
Each Jaguars player had two new items in their lockers upon arriving at EverBank Stadium Monday morning for the start of organized team activity workouts: A helmet and an iPad.
The seven Jaguars facing the most pressure, from Bleacher Report
General manager David Caldwell did a lot to breed competition by acquiring young players who are hungry for a taste of the NFL. This will ensure fierce training camp battles between players who are desperate to live their dreams.