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Could Sam Bradford be a potential quarterback option for Jaguars in 2018?

The Jacksonville Jaguars have firmly come back down to earth after a 37-16 home opener loss to AFC South division rivals the Tennessee Titans. And while the whole team was bad, they were spearheaded in futility by quarterback Blake Bortles, as they so often have been the past three years. It was a hard game to assess — the third quarter is when the Titans went on 17-0 run and really ran away from Jacksonville, but the one constant throughout the match was Bortles’ (and offensive coordinator Nat
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2017 offense: One player to watch at each position

Last season was disappointing for the Jacksonville Jaguars. But this is a new season, and there’s once again plenty to be excited about at EverBank Field. With organized team activities over, we creep closer to the opening of the new NFL year. Let’s pick out one player from each section of the field to keep under close watch for the upcoming season. The general feeling about Blake Bortles in northeast Florida is that the fourth-year quarterback is entering a make-or-break season with the Jacks

A Blake Bortles contingency plan for the Jaguars

On June 22, Oakland Raiders’ quarterback Derek Carr received a five-year, $125 million contract from his team, making him not only the richest player in the NFL, but also the richest player in football history. Carr was drafted in 2014 out of Fresno State, with the 36th pick in the 2nd round. That’s a long way back from where Jacksonville Jaguars’ quarterback Blake Bortles was drafted, in the 1st round, 3rd overall. I need not go on with this senseless comparison. Until 2015, both quarterbacks l
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Ezekiel Elliott about to become victim of NFL’s confused domestic violence agenda

Those found guilty of any crime, be it theft, assault, or domestic violence, should lose the honor to play in the NFL. Not permanently – at least not on the first occasion – but the League needs to make it known that to be an NFL player is a right, not a privilege. Too many players these days see it as the former, blinded by the incredible hard work they put in to get where they are, deluded that this somehow validates their right to an inalienable NFL roster spot, regardless of behavior. How
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Ezekiel Elliott about to become victim of NFL’s confused domestic violence agenda

Those found guilty of any crime, be it theft, assault, or domestic violence, should lose the honor to play in the NFL. Not permanently – at least not on the first occasion – but the League needs to make it known that to be an NFL player is a right, not a privilege. Too many players these days see it as the former, blinded by the incredible hard work they put in to get where they are, deluded that this somehow validates their right to an inalienable NFL roster spot, regardless of behavior. How
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Ole Miss: The curious case of Hugh Freeze

Hugh Freeze is either the king of the jungle or a cowardly lion When the University of Mississippi got their go at SEC media days, Mississippi Rebels football head coach Hugh Freeze did not disappoint, delivering a 15-plus minute soliloquy on another non-athletic matter. It was the fifth time Freeze took the podium on this occasion, and the fifth time he’d had to address a matter not pertaining to his football team. Given the lot Mississippi has been dealt over the past few years, or the lot
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