Prowling The Web: Blake Bortles Looks Good


Recent articles on Blake Bortles and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Blake Bortles Continues to Impress and is Noticeable Better – ESPN

"They didn’t overhaul his throwing motion, but they did get him consistently using his entire body to make a throw, keeping his footwork clean, and making sure he was able to identify when he did something wrong and how to correct it.The difference, though subtle to most outsiders, is huge to Bortles, especially when he watches tape from 2014."

Chris Clemons Skips Jacksonville Jaguars OTAs for the Second Year in a Row – Fox Sports

"Clemons was the only player missing from Jacksonville’s 90-man roster Tuesday. Jaguars coach Gus Bradley spoke to Clemons in recent days and expressed his desire to have everyone in attendance for the voluntary workouts. But Clemons didn’t show."

Biggest Headlines from Day One of Jacksonville Jaguars OTAs – Bleacher Report

"Marqise Lee, among others, missed practice due to injury Tuesday. Lee was injury-plagued last season, and it’s concerning to see he’s still struggling with injury to start this offseason. It’s not easy to stay healthy, but this is definitely not the start Lee was looking for."

Blake Bortles Showcases Improved Fundamentals – Fox Sports

"“The ball’s getting there a lot faster,” said wideout Allen Hurns, who caught 51 passes as a rookie after being undrafted out of the University of Miami. “You’re getting out of breaks, and the ball is there on you.”Added veteran tight end Marcedes Lewis: “You can definitely tell that he went home and sharpened up. That’s really good to see from a guy getting drafted where he did and coming into his second year.”"

Jacksonville Jaguars Rumors: T.J. Yeldon a Rotational Back – HNGN

"While Yeldon has ample talents – talents which made him a high second-round pick – it seems, according to at least one NFL coach, that the Jags took the nimble ballcarrier a bit too early in late April.“For being a creative back, he has no juice to get away from anyone. He’s a rotational back. I wouldn’t take him any sooner than the 5th (round) because you can find guys like that all over the place,” an NFC running backs coach told Lance Zierlein of"

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