Prowling The Web: Jaguars training camp keeps us interested


The Hall of Fame game was this past weekend and while the Jacksonville Jaguars had a scrimmage during it, it’s clear that the 2015 football season is finally starting! As Jaguars training camp continues, stay up to date with the latest articles and news on the team.

T.J. Yeldon sprains his finger during scrimmage –

"The second-round draft choice from Alabama hit his left hand on linebacker Jeremiah George’s helmet on the run during the Jaguars’ annual Family Night Scrimmage. Yeldon headed to the sidelines immediately, clutching his hand, and was taken to the locker room by the team doctor. The former Daphne High School star returned with his hand wrapped with ice."

5 important Jacksonville Jaguars players for 2015 – NFL Spin Zone

"At wideout, the Jaguars have a trio of young receivers in Allen Robinson, Allen Hurns, and Marqise Lee. Robinson is the guy many expect to turn heads this season, but Hurns is likely a career number two or three receiver, and Lee hasn’t proven he can remain healthy. The uncertainty at the wide receiver position further stresses the importance of Julius Thomas this season."

Injuries keep Marqise Lee’s reliability in question – Florida Times-Union

"“If a player got injured in OTAs or camp, I wouldn’t say he’s injury-prone,” Caldwell said. “If he plays 16 games, or 15 or 14, whatever it may be, this year … I’m not ready to give him that label.”"

Expectations for Marqise Lee – NFL Spin Zone

"With Lee expected to miss the next two weeks of training camp, it is no wonder that he has fallen behind the pace of fellow second year receivers Allen Hurns and Allen Robinson. In fact, Lee was an inconsistent performer in training camp even before his latest injury setback. According to another report from Hays Carlyon,the second year receiver has reportedly battled through a case of butter fingers and has looked fatigued during his limited practice time this off-season."

Jaguars training camp report – Monday Morning Quarterback

"What will determine success for the Jaguars. Bortles. The Jaguars had all intentions of sitting their No. 3 pick for his rookie season. Plans changed. Jacksonville benched Chad Henne and Bortles wound up playing 14 games, showing some promise but spiraling as the season slogged on. If House cured all that ails Bortles, the Jaguars have a chance to overachieve."

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