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Prowling The Web: Can Luke Bowanko Start at Center?


Recent Jacksonville Jaguars articles for your reading pleasure.

Predictions for Jacksonville Jaguars Training Camp, including center with Luke Bowanko – Bleacher Report

"The signing of Wisniewski was crucial initially just because Bowanko was the only true center on roster. However, Wisniewski has 61 NFL starts, and his play for the Oakland Raiders was often looked over despite consistent, satisfactory performances.So, who wins the battle between the vet and the young guy? Personally, it has to be Bowanko. Bowanko has done nothing wrong at this point to lose his job, and one could argue that his play last season should make him untouchable."

Jaguars Rank 166th in ESPN Salary Survey – ESPN

"The Jacksonville Jaguars rank 166th out of 333 international teams surveyed in an ESPN/SportingIntelligencereport revealing the sports franchises that spend the most on their players."

The Jacksonville Jaguars Won’t Call it a ‘Make or Break Year’ for Luke Joeckel – Pro Football Talk

"Two years into Joeckel’s career, there’s no certainty that things are going to play out that way. Joeckel fractured his ankle as a rookie and struggled as the left tackle on a line that allowed 71 sacks last season, leaving big questions about whether he’ll wind up being the player they hoped they were getting."

The Jacksonville Jaguars Partner With Digital Coaching Company – Sport Techie

"The Jacksonville Jaguars have partnered with XOS Digital Inc, a leading provider of coaching technology, and Catapult Sports, creators of wearable sporting tech to create the XOS Thunder Radar. And while it doesn’t detect nearby storms, it has the capabilities to be a game-changer for player management……For the past three seasons, the players have worn motion tracking devices for every practice. These sensors allow coaches to gather analytical data about each individual athlete’s performance; acceleration and explosiveness, quickness in and out of cuts, reaction time, etc. to take some of the guess work out of scouting and remove reliance on the “eye test”."