Jacksonville Jaguars news continue to come in from sources across the internet, check out the latest below.
"Blake Bortles, who is clearly NOT 23 years old. Look at this photo. Jesus. He looks like Mark Brunell RIGHT NOW. The Jaguars drafted the Second Coming of Brandon Weeden and they haven’t even realized it yet. Five years from now, Blake Bortles will be on TV selling term life insurance to seniors. He’s old as balls.By the way, if you’ve like to ascribe Bortles’ abysmal 2014 stats (worst QBR and QB rating in football) to woeful pass protection (sacked 55 times), please note that Bortles is also terrible playing in a vacuum:"
"The team on Wednesday launched an emoji keyboard that can be downloaded via an app along with several other digital initiatives as part of its #MOREJAX marketing campaign. The app is evolving as it will grow to include additional emojis throughout the season.In addition to the keyboard, the Jaguars also announced a social aggregator tool called the Wall of Duval as well as a Jaguars Twitter Mirror."
"How deep is owner Shad Khan’s patience? The Jags are 7-25 under GM Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley, though the duo has laid a promising foundation. But three or four wins may not mean a stay of execution in 2015."
"“My understanding is that he’ll be ready to go [next week],” Sullivan said. “But we have to manage him a little bit to make sure he’s OK in term so his health.”To me, that means Lee will be given the occasional day off from practice or have his snaps curtailed early in camp so he won’t be over-taxed.Lee missed three games in last year’s first half because of a hamstring injury. Earlier this off-season, coaches say Lee had some good days of work before going down again."
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