David Caldwell and Gus Bradley were stuck with the weakest roster in the NFL when they accepted the Jaguars‘ general manager and head coaching jobs, respectively. Although they landed an impressive draft haul, it’s evident that their first season will be a wash. They conceded as much when they made no effort to upgrade on the highly dubious duo of Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henneat quarterback.
Three days after surgery for a sports hernia, Jaguars defensive end Jason Babin returned to EverBank Field Friday to watch the team’s final organized team activity workout.
Babin’s availability for the opening of training camp in late July remains uncertain until he is further along in his rehabilitation.