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Prowling The Web: Measuring Luke Joeckel

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Luke Joeckel finds himself in the latest articles about the Jacksonville Jaguars as we take a look around the web.

How should Luke Joeckel’s development be gauged? – ESPN

"One thing that would help, too, is fans and media stop holding him up to the standard of Tony Boselli. He was one of the greatest offensive tackles to play the game and since he’s still around the franchise it’s a constant reminder of how Joeckel isn’t in the same league. That’s okay, though, because the Jaguars don’t need him to be elite. They just need him to be average, and based on what I’ve seen from him this preseason he’s moving in that direction."

Tim Tebow replaced as Philadelphia’s third-string quarterback – For the Win

"Morris, who played college football at Miami, went undrafted in 2014 and signed with the Jaguars, but failed to make the 53-man roster and signed onto Jacksonville’s practice squad. Morris made three appearances for the Jaguars in the preseason in 2015, starting and playing the entirety of the Jaguars’ preseason finale against Washington. In total, Morris was 23 of 42 for 242 passing yards and one touchdown."

Breaking down the Jacksonville Jaguars roster and Week 1 starters – Bleacher Report

"Typically, NFL teams take a maximum of four RBs for the final roster, but the Jaguars have taken five. Between T.J. Yeldon, Denard Robinson, Toby Gerhart, Bernard Pierce and Grant, it definitely seems like the Jaguars have a versatile, exciting stable of options.Storm Johnson was the lone RB cut, which was to be expected. He didn’t exactly light up the NFL in his rookie year, and his offseason and preseason didn’t show enough to be considered a better option over someone like Pierce or Grant."

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