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Allen Robinson Shows off Progress at OTAs – Fox Sports
"Wide receiver Allen Robinson, whose rookie season was cut short by a stress fracture in his right foot, remained limited in what he could do when OTAs began three weeks ago. By this week, however, he was making leaping catches during 11-on-11 and 7-on-7 drills, which made it appear he had never gotten injured in the first place."
Marqise Lee isn’t Likely to Participate in Minicamp – CBS Sports
"When the Jaguars begin their mandatory mini-camp next week, coach Gus Bradley said wide receiver Marqise Lee is not likely to be healthy enough to participate, reports Jacksonville.com.“I would say that it will be a higher possibility that we would hold him out,” Bradley said Thursday.Lee is dealing with a knee injury, which he suffered during offseason workouts. Lee said his goal is to be ready for training camp."
Luke Joeckel is Making Progress – ESPN
"“I see great progress, I really do,” Marrone said. “Not just out of him but out of everyone. He’s put on some extra weight which has been good weight, some lean muscle mass. Obviously it’s a challenge for all of us learning a new system, but I see him progressing and getting better each day.”Joeckel hasn’t performed to the level expected of a No. 2 overall pick. The main reason is the fractured ankle that cost him 11 games as a rookie in 2013 and meant his first NFL offseason was dedicated more to rehabbing than getting stronger and fixing any technical issues."
What We Learned, Week 3 OTAs – Jaguars Team Site
"Bortles likes the offensive install. Greg Olson, in his first season as the Jaguars’ offensive coordinator, spoke last week of being pleased with the players’ quick grasp of the offense. He was particularly pleased with the lack of mental errors early in OTAs. Bortles said he saw the same thing. “I know Oley talked about how with guys implementing a new offense and trying to learn it the lack of mental errors has been pretty impressive,” he said. “I think we’ve gotten better every single day.”"