Prowling The Web: Gus Bradley is changing everything


Gus Bradley and the Jacksonville Jaguars are on the rise. Here are some of the latest articles about the team.

Gus Bradley is changing everything about the Jacksonville Jaguars, the record is next – SB Nation

"Despite countless interviews in the more than two years since his hire, Bradley looked like he won a fan contest to live out his dream of being an NFL head coach. His eyes didn’t stop swimming around the table with childlike enthusiasm, as if he were trying to convince every reporter that he loves his job as much as he says he does. Even when he’s not laughing or smiling, years of laugh lines are carved into the corners of his eyes.His answers to questions, which consistently featured him cracking a joke that he laughs at louder than anybody else, contained no attempt to temper his optimism about the improvement he sees in a team that has struggled to find wins under his leadership."

5 Jacksonville Jaguars free agents to watch –

"Jared Odrick. As is the case with offensive linemen, it’s difficult to evaluate defensive linemen in non-padded offseason work. Which is why Odrick is a key player to watch once the pads go in midway through the first week of training camp. The Jaguars signed him in the first wave of free agency from the Miami Dolphins, and he’ll enter camp starting at the strong-side defensive end position that Red Bryant played last season. Odrick is expected to bring a more penetrating, athletic style to the position"

Jacksonville Jaguars are hesitant to play in new Tottenham stadium – Jacksonville Business Journal

"The Jacksonville Jaguars are hesitant to play in a planned new Tottenham Hotspur FC stadium, sources said, and that’s part of the reason the NFL last week announced a deal with the English Premier League club for only two games annually at the venue starting in 2018.Mark Waller, NFL executive vice president of international, said the league’s goal is to ultimately play eight games annually in London by 2021. The league for the first time last year had three regular-season games in London and will have three there again this fall."

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