The Jacksonville Jaguars struggle with a perception problem as they sink in power rankings around the league.
"The Jaguars were looking to enter this season with more hope than they ever have, but the same mistakes seemed to plague them in their Week 1 loss to the Panthers.Blake Bortles threw a late pick that swung the momentum back to the Panthers and it was something that Jaguars fans are all too used to seeing over the years.While it was a loss in Week 1, there were a few things to like about the Jaguars.They might have finally found a running back in T.J. Yeldon and not everything was awful about Bortles start. But there’s a lot of work that needs to happen before the Jaguars are a competing franchise in the NFL — but the AFC South is still wide open and Jacksonville has a chance to right the wrongs and turn it around."
"The Jaguars were banged up following Sunday’s loss. Rookies T.J. Yeldon (knee), Rashad Greene (back) and Thurston Armbrister (back) all were injured following the contest. However, those injuries seem to be minor. Greene was cleared from concussion protocol on Sunday night.Luckily, wide receiver Marqise Lee (hamstring) and Sen’Derrick Marks (knee) will return to practice on a limited basis. This will be the first week of practice for Marks since last season. Lee hasn’t practiced extensively since the second week of training camp."
"Jacksonville Jaguars defensive tackle Sen’Derrick Marks and wide receiver Marqise Lee will practice this week, reports John Oehser of Jaguars.com.Both will begin practicing on a limited basis Wednesday.Marks will practice for the first time since he sustained a torn ACL in his right knee during the Jaguars’ 2014 season finale on Dec. 28."
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