Ace Sanders is a bit of a question mark for the Jacksonville Jaguars. We’ll explore the coverage there as well as other places.
"Sanders also has to face the fact that three rookie receivers — Allen Robinson, Marqise Lee and Allen Hurns — emerged. And they drafted two more receivers this year, including Rashad Greene, who averaged 10.7 yards as a punt returner last year at Florida State. They also drafted Neal Sterling in the seventh round."
"The company announced on Wednesday that it had struck an exclusive deal with the National Football League to host the first free, live global webcast of a regular-season game, the Oct. 25 matchup between the Buffalo Bills and the Jacksonville Jaguars, which will be played in London.For the N.F.L., the streamed game is an experiment to understand the complex economics of digital streaming and gauge the audience for watching American football in the rest of the world."
"Colvin has the ability to play all over the secondary, and his pure, natural talent will be one of the biggest assets of the secondary. He’ll see play all over the field, like Bradley mentions, and that will give him the playtime he needs to improve and help the secondary as a whole."
"Davis is never content and wants to keep improving as he heads into a contract year. If he can excel at LEO, he could be in line for a a lofty extension or free agent contract.As of right now though, Davis is only concerned about achieving his goals on the football field and expanding on his versatility.“They kick me on the inside in passing situations mostly, but I still want to get better [at LEO],” said Davis. “I’m comfortable at that position already but it’s something that I work at every day to get better.”"
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