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Jacksonville Jaguars hoping to halt 4-year streak of NFL futility – Kansas City Star

They are an NFL-worst 14-50 since 2010, the most dreadful stretch in the franchise’s 20-year history and one of the least productive spans since the NFL moved to a 16-game schedule in 1978. Only Tampa Bay (1983-86), Detroit (2006-09) and St. Louis (2007-10) lost more games in a four-year window during those 37 seasons.

Why Chris Clemons has everything to prove in Jacksonville Jaguars training camp – Bleacher Report

"This is not to mention that injuries become likelier once a player begins to reach his final years. It’s not a wish, it’s sadly a fact of the game, and Clemons will have that to worry about this season and in training camp.There is no question that Clemons puts in the necessary work. However, his detachment from the team and the intense competition at his position mean he has a few questions to answer this training camp."

Jacksonville Jaguars need Andre Branch to prove his worth in 2015 – Rant Sports

"Branch should see an increase in playing time this season. The Jaguars plan to limit Clemons’ snaps, particularly early in the season, which should create more opportunities for Branch.Besides Clemons, the only other competition Branch will face for playing time is defensive lineman Ryan Davis. The third-year player posted 6.5 sacks in limited playing time last season. He is viewed as more of a situational pass rusher who the team likes to move inside on obvious passing downs."

A.J. Cann’s potential has the Jacksonville Jaguars excited – St. Augustine Record

"Of what he wants to get out of training camp, Cann said: “Well, you know everything. There’s not just one thing in general, there’s a lot of stuff I want to improve on. I’m just excited to get the pads on and get into it. The physical stuff, there’s where guys learn a lot on the field. The physical (side), that’s what I’m looking forward to."

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