The Jacksonville Jaguars training camp begins with player arrivals and the team focused on getting better.
"“Ever since we lost our last game against Ohio State, it’s just been football — working out, training, getting ready for the Combine, pro day and also getting ready for training camp,” Yeldon told reporters during a press conference on Monday in Jacksonville. “So it’s been constant football every day.”Yeldon does expect training camp to be different, though, from what he’s experienced so far as a pro in rookie minicamp, OTAs and minicamp."
"Ready for the heat? As Michael Bennett sees it, you can’t really prepare for practice in the Northeast Florida heat. But you can do as much as you can. Toward that end, the rookie sixth-round defensive tackle returned to Jacksonville two weeks ago after working out at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, the first three weeks after the team’s mid-June minicamp. Bennett worked out outside at EverBank Field the past two weeks wearing a black Jaguars-issued sweatshirt. While that won’t simulate the helmets and pads players will don next week, Bennett said it was better than doing nothing."
"Six wins is likely the realistic expectation, with seven wins being a very good year and five wins being slightly disappointing but not anything majorly upsetting. That is, of course, if the Jaguars play competitively and show they can contend even in their losses.The pressure on Bradley is light at the moment, but it’s still there. He’s now built this team with Caldwell, and all they have to do is show that there is progress on the field and get some results. If he can’t do that in 2015, it may be time to look elsewhere."
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