Jacksonville Jaguars safety Andrew Wingard left last night's game with an injury, but the results are in faster than Maury's paternity tests, and the results determine that it is 'relatively minor'.
The Jaguars are coming off of a tough loss, but this is some slight good news (unless you're a Jaguars fan). Jacksonville has some extra time to rest up, as well.
It feels like the Jacksonville Jaguars have spent a lot of time wishing for a new quarterback. This year doesn't seem to be the case, according to wide receiver DJ Chark, who says they want to see current starter Gardner Minshew succeed, rather than wait for a new QB.
I took this as a backhand to Leonard Fournette's comments earlier this week (those about how he said he finally had a real quarterback).
I'm a believer in the fact that you have to believe you're going to be successful as a team to be successful... as a team, including your quarterback.
Getting out of Jacksonville for some players is a beautiful thing. And they have not been quiet about it, either.
Brand new Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Leonard Fournette is happy to be playing behind QB Tom Brady (as anyone would), and he doesn't hesitate to tell us how he feels.
I love this kinda stuff. Anything that makes the NFL look like The Bachelor is right up my alley.
Fournette was a surprise release by the Jacksonville Jaguars last week and found a new home in the same state, where he is sure to have a substantial role in the offense.
Hey, everyone needs a change of scenery sometimes. It's up to Fournette to have production behind it.
News bomb: The Jacksonville Jaguars are releasing running back Leonard Fournette.
Fournette's release comes after the team declined his fifth-year option this past offseason. Fournette should have no problem ending up somewhere, and he should have no trouble going elsewhere. Usually, that's what all their players want.
Head coach Doug Marrone mentioned that cutting the running back was what was best for the team at the time.
Not sure how cutting your best player gives you the best chance to win, but I'll take his word for it.
So, the question on everyone's minds is: Is the team tanking (for Trevor Lawrence or otherwise)? As this team never really does a great job drafting players, it's hard to say. Sad, but true.
Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone confirmed to reporters on Monday that tight end Josh Oliver will miss time with a broken foot that requires surgery.
Oliver missed time last season with a hamstring injury, and now, his sophomore year doesn't look much better. These things are never fun, and it's such a tough break for him. No wonder he's "devastated."
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