Prowling The Web: Ndamukong Suh doesn’t worry Jaguars
Ndamukong Suh has a bit of a notorious past and if I was in charge of the Jacksonville Jaguars, I would certainly be concerned going against the most intimidating defensive tackle in football. Well, the Jaguars are apparently not too worried.
Jacksonville Jaguars not worried about Ndamukong Suh’s notorious past – ESPN
"“I think we’re more concerned about blocking him and making sure he doesn’t disrupt our offense than what he could potentially do after the whistle,” said running back Toby Gerhart, who faced Suh twice a year when both played in the NFC North. “If you start worrying about [Suh’s past indiscretions], you’re not focusing on the game, not focusing on the scheme, and it becomes a bigger distraction than what it needs to be.”Suh can certainly disrupt an offense. Since he entered the league in 2010 he has recorded 36 sacks and 32.5 stuffs (tackling a ball carrier behind the line of scrimmage on a running play), which is the most among defensive tackles over that span. He’s a four-time All-Pro and a four-time Pro Bowler and was the AP Rookie of the Year."
Marqise Lee is hopeful to be able to return against the Miami Dolphins – Fox Sports
"Lee will test his hamstring again in practice on Thursday, and if all goes well, the receiver could be back on the field Sunday.“Marqise has a unique speed that very few in the league have, so it’ll be good to get him back and involved in the offense,” offensive coordinator Greg Olson said.The 23-year-old also missed all of OTAs and minicamp after suffering a knee injury during the team’s offseason conditioning program."
Marqise Lee: “It’s good to be back” – ESPN
"“I could have told you that [he was playing] last week,” Lee said. “I feel like I’m ready to go but then again it’s all up to the trainers, how they feel, how they feel like I look out there. It just depends on how I feel after practice.”Lee said he has already done sprint work, which was the biggest hurdle for him to overcome. He said he had no issues or setbacks with the hamstring, which he injured on the fifth day of training camp."
Who has the edge? Miami Dolphins vs Jacksonville Jaguars – Sun Sentinel [PHOTOS]
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