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Jaguars release Forsett NFL Football 03/11/2014
Jacksonville, FL ( - The Jacksonville Jaguars released running back Justin Forsett on Tuesday. Forsett played in just nine games in 2013 for the Jags, posting 41 yards on six carries and 15 catches for 82 yards. It was his only season with the team. "Thank You Jacksonville for all the love & support!! It was a pleasure being able to play back in my home state!! #Blessed," Forsett tweeted on Tuesday morning. In six NFL seasons, Forsett has 1,692 yards and eight touchdowns on the ground, while
Jaguars add Bryant NFL Football 03/09/2014
Jacksonville, FL ( - The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed defensive end Red Bryant, who was released by the Seattle Seahawks last week. Bryant spent his first six seasons with Seattle and played for current Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley when he was the defensive coordinator with the Seahawks from 2009-12. "We're excited about the addition of Red to the defensive line," said Jaguars general manager David Caldwell in a statement. "Red has been a productive player in the NFL. When he became availab
Jaguars, Henne reach two-year deal NFL Football 03/07/2014
Jacksonville, FL ( - The Jacksonville Jaguars have agreed to terms with quarterback Chad Henne on a two-year contract. Henne's deal is worth $8 million, including $4.5 million guaranteed, according to reports. "Jacksonville was my first choice," Henne said during a conference call with reporters on Friday. Henne started 13 games last season and played in 15 due to Blaine Gabbert's consistent injury issues. The 28-year-old Henne completed 60.6 percent of his passes for 3,241 yards with 13 touchdow
Jaguars re-sign Bradfield, two others NFL Football 03/06/2014
Jacksonville, FL ( - The Jacksonville Jaguars re-signed offensive linemen Cameron Bradfield and Sam Young and tight end Clay Harbor on Thursday. Bradfield, entering his fourth year, has played in 39 games since being signed as an undrafted free agent out of Grand Valley State in 2011. He's started 25 times, including 11 last season after an injury to Luke Joeckel and the trade of Eugene Monroe. Young joined the Jags off waivers last season and saw action in 11 games as a reserve. He is expected t
Extra Points: Mock Draft version 2.0, post-combine edition NFL Football 02/28/2014
o go," Robinson said. "I started last year (and that) was my first season starting. Like the guys they have ahead of me like Jake Matthews, he started since he was a freshman. That's just something I feel I need to prove." Previous Pick: Matthews 3. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina - If the NFL is truly a copycat league, the Jags have a leg up when it comes to emulating Seattle' terrific defense because Gus Bradley was one of its architects. Clowney's production didn't match his talent in
Giants' Coughlin agrees to one-year extension NFL Football 02/21/2014
on and again following the 2011 campaign. The Giants, however, have not made the playoffs since 2011 and have just one postseason appearance in the past five years. Coughlin has the second-longest tenure in Giants coaching history, behind only Steve Owen's 24-year stint from 1930-53. His 90 wins trail only Owen's total of 153. In 18 years as an NFL head coach, including eight with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Coughlin has amassed a record of 158-130. He also has nine playoff appearances and a postseason mark of 12-7.
Extra Points: Mock Draft version 1.0 NFL Football 02/04/2014
d on the windfall they got in the Robert Griffin III trade, but if forced to stay put, it would be a prudent idea to get the best tackle on the board because Jake Long is six weeks out from a torn ACL and Rodger Saffold is headed for free agency. 3. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina - If the NFL is truly a copycat league, the Jags have a leg up when it comes to emulating Seattle' terrific defense because Gus Bradley was one of its architects. Clowney's production didn't match his talent in
NFL hopefuls go for broke in 65th Senior Bowl Division I College Football 01/22/2014
the front seven even more formidable. The secondary will be anchored by Deone Bucannon (Washington State) and Isaiah Lewis (Michigan State), who were each named to their respective all-conference first teams. Gus Bradley, the first-year coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars, will be on the opposing sideline coaching the South. The Jaguars finished 4-12 this past season, although they did win four of their last eight games. Bradley, who coached in the 2006 Senior Bowl while with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, spent the previ
VanGorder named Irish defensive coordinator Division I College Football 01/13/2014
York Jets, and served as the head of the defense with Auburn for the 2012 campaign after a four-season stint (2008-11) leading the Atlanta Falcons' defensive unit. The 54-year-old began his coaching career alongside Kelly at Grand Valley State (1989-91), then moved on to the head coach slot at Wayne State (1992-94), and followed on with lower level jobs at Central Florida, Central Michigan, Western Illinois, Georgia and the Jacksonville Jaguars before a one- year stint as head coach with Georgia Southern in 2006.
Petrino returns to Louisville Division I College Football 01/09/2014
ern Kentucky and went 8-4 in his only season with the Hilltoppers. "I've made mistakes, both personally and professionally," Petrino remarked. "The first mistake was leaving the University of Louisville. I'm just so happy to be back home." Petrino was also Louisville's offensive coordinator in 1998 and has also been a collegiate assistant at Carroll College, his alma mater, Weber State, Idaho, Arizona State, Nevada, Utah State and Auburn. He was also an assistant with the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars from 1999-2001.

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