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  • Jaguars Plan To Ease Travis Etienne Jr.'s Workload

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    For the second straight season, the Jacksonville Jaguars plan to ease running back Travis Etienne Jr.'s workload in 2024. Despite similar plans last year, Etienne actually had a bigger workload in 2023 than he did in 2022, and head coach Doug Pederson doesn't want to repeat that. "We talked about this as a staff and myself, making sure Tank Bigsby gets opportunities to get out there and take some of the pounding off of Travis," head coach Doug Pederson said. Etienne took over as the top back in 2022 by mid-October and accounted for 61% of the RB carries and 60% of the RB touches. Last year, he had 75% of the RB carries and 76% of the RB touches. Bigsby never quite earned the trust of the coaches for a bigger role in 2023, but that figures to change this year. Etienne missed his rookie year with a Lisfranc foot injury but has since established himself as a top back in the NFL. However, his ceiling as an RB1 in fantasy in 2024 could be tough to come by.

    May 23 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Travis Etienne
  • Christian Kirk Feeling Healthy

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    Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Christian Kirk (groin), who missed the final five games of last season with a groin injury, said he's feeling good and healthy this spring during organized team activities. The Jaguars receiving room lost Calvin Ridley and Zay Jones this offseason but added Gabe Davis via free agency and took Brian Thomas in the first round of the NFL draft. Especially with Ridley out of the picture in 2024, the 27-year-old Kirk is the team's most experienced pass-catcher who should be the favorite to be quarterback Trevor Lawrence's most trusted target. Before getting hurt last year, the former second-round pick by the Arizona Cardinals in 2018 out of Texas A&M had 57 catches (85 targets) for 787 yards and three touchdowns in 12 starts. In his first year with Jacksonville, Kirk had a career-high 1,108 yards and eight touchdowns.

    May 22 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Christian Kirk Brian Thomas
  • Parker Washington Impresses In Monday's Practice

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    Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Parker Washington is battling for a roster spot after the team brought in Brian Thomas Jr. Gabe Davis, and Devin Duvernay this offseason. Along with Christian Kirk, those three players are locks to make the final 53-man roster. Jacksonville began organized team activities on Monday, and Washington was a standout performer, according to John Shipley on the Jaguar Report. "Washington made several impressive grabs throughout the day in both individual and team drills, and he also showed off the quickness and explosiveness that makes his game stand out," Shipley wrote. "After (Christian) Kirk, he was probably the best overall performer in the receiver room on Monday." The 2023 sixth-round pick posted 16 receptions for 132 yards and two touchdowns in his rookie campaign, and his special teams ability could help his chances to secure his spot on the active roster. Although he won't begin the 2024 season on the fantasy radar, he could be worth stashing in extra-deep formats.

    May 20 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Parker Washington
  • Jaguars’ Trevor Lawrence Extension Talks Progressing

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    2024 marks the first year in which Trevor Lawrence is eligible for an extension. Franchise quarterbacks often ink new deals after their first three years in the league, which puts the 2021 first overall pick on track to secure a monster second contract relatively soon. Talks on a new deal have been taking place since at [...]

    May 20 · Pro Football Rumors Jacksonville Jaguars Trevor Lawrence
  • Latest On Jaguars EDGE Depth

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    The Jaguars have made some notable additions to their defensive line this offseason, adding Arik Armstead via free agency and Maason Smith via the draft. However, the front office hasn't done a whole lot to address their depth on the edge behind Josh Allen and Travon Walker. During a conversation with Juston Lewis of the [...]

    May 18 · Pro Football Rumors Jacksonville Jaguars Josh Allen Arik Armstead Maason Smith Travon Walker
  • Jaguars Add Tre Flowers To Secondary

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    The Jacksonville Jaguars signed free-agent defensive back Tre Flowers and linebacker Ty Summers to undisclosed deals on Thursday. In corresponding moves, the team waived linebacker Dequan Jackson after waiving undrafted free-agent receiver Wayne Ruby on Wednesday. Flowers, who was a former fifth-round pick by the Seattle Seahawks in 2018, lasted played for Jaguars defensive coordinator Ryan Nielsen in Atlanta in 2023. In 90 career games (44 starts), he's had 283 tackles, 22 pass breakups, five forced fumbles and four interceptions. Flowers will give Jacksonville more depth in their secondary in 2024. Summers, 28, was taken in the seventh round in 2019 by the Packers. He was with Green Bay for three seasons before being waived. Summers has started only one game in his career.

    May 17 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Tre Flowers Ty Summers
  • Terrell Edmunds Signs With Jaguars

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    The Jacksonville Jaguars signed veteran safety Terrell Edmunds on Thursday, according to NFL.com. The 2018 first-round pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers spent last season with the Philadelphia Eagles before being traded to the Tennessee Titans in a package for All-Pro safety Kevin Byard. Through six NFL seasons with three teams, he has accumulated 458 tackles (310 solo), 7.5 sacks, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, six interceptions, and 28 passes defended in 95 games. Edmunds has not lived up to his hype as a prospect coming out of Virginia Tech, but he's a solid depth piece in the secondary and will likely play meaningful snaps as a reserve safety in 2024.

    May 16 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Terrell Edmunds
  • Jaguars Sign Wayne Ruby As Undrafted Free Agent

    The Jacksonville Jaguars signed undrafted free-agent wide receiver Wayne Ruby on Wednesday, according to NFL.com. Ruby played his college football at the University of Mount Union of Division III, and his final three seasons put him on the NFL radar. From 2021 to 2023, Ruby caught 285 passes for 4,382 yards and a whopping 58 touchdowns, according to the school's website. He'll have a shot at competing for a roster spot this offseason. Although he's unlikely to see meaningful playing time in 2024, he could beat out end-of-the-bench wideouts like Tim Jones, Seth Williams, and Elijah Cooks to earn a special teams role as a rookie.

    May 15 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Jarvis Landry Works Out With Jaguars Friday

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    Free-agent wide receiver Jarvis Landry spent an hour running around catching passes as a tryout player at the Jacksonville Jaguars' rookie minicamp on Friday. Landry was one of the league's top receivers in the first seven years of his career, making five Pro Bowls with the Dolphins and Browns. He led the NFL in catches in 2017 with 112 and had three 1,000-yard seasons in that span. But Landry only played in 12 games in 2021 with Cleveland due to a knee sprain, and he had a career-low in catches (52) and receiving yards (570). He played in just nine games with the Saints in 2022 due to an ankle injury and sat out in 2023. Landry looked healthy on Friday and was pleased with his workout, but it remains to be seen if the Jags will add him as receiver depth in addition to Christian Kirk, Gabe Davis and first-round rookie Brian Thomas.

    May 11 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Jarvis Landry
  • Zay Jones Signing With Cardinals

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    Free-agent wide receiver Zay Jones is signing with the Arizona Cardinals, according to NFL insider Ian Rapoport. The 29-year-old went on visits with the Tennessee Titans and Dallas Cowboys this week, but he ultimately landed in a spot where he can compete for targets right away. Jones was released by the Jacksonville Jaguars after they selected LSU wideout Brian Thomas Jr. in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft, but there's a real chance his situation is better in Arizona. Rookie Marvin Harrison Jr. is expected to occupy the WR1 role right away, but Jones is almost certainly slated to start in three-wide sets, and he might even beat out Michael Wilson to start in two-wide sets. He and tight end Trey McBride could battle it out to be Kyler Murray's No. 2 option in the passing game. Pencil in Jones as at least a deep league flex option in 2024.

    May 10 · Source via Arizona Cardinals Jacksonville Jaguars Carolina Panthers Zay Jones Marvin Harrison Trey McBride Kyler Murray Brian Thomas Ian Thomas Michael Wilson
  • Gabe Davis Working Through Knee Injury

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    Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson said that wide receiver Gabe Davis (knee) is working through an injury, so the team hasn't been able to see much from him yet after adding him in free agency this offseason. Davis missed the postseason last year with the Buffalo Bills due to a knee injury that he suffered in the Week 18 season finale against the Miami Dolphins, and apparently it's still an issue. While we don't expect the injury to keep him from participating in training camp or being ready for the start of the 2024 season, it's bad news for a player looking to learn a new offense in Jacksonville. The 25-year-old is another strong offensive situation in Jacksonville, but he'll face competition for targets from Christian Kirk and Brian Thomas and tight end Evan Engram, likely making him a boom/bust fantasy option yet again.

    May 10 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Gabriel Davis
  • Jaguars Non-Committal On Offensive Play-Caller

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    When asked who would be calling the team's offensive plays in 2024, Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson remained non-committal. "Don't play a game until September. So, we've got some time," Pederson said. Offensive coordinator Press Taylor was responsible for calling most of the team's plays in a disappointing 2023 season, so Pederson is seriously considering taking back those duties in 2024. A lot of the team's offensive struggles in the second half of last year had to do with the fact that quarterback Trevor Lawrence was playing injured, and that they were missing one of their top receivers in Christian Kirk. The Jaguars finished with 339.5 total yards per game (13th in the league) and 22.2 points per game (tied for 13th).

    May 10 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Trevor Lawrence
  • Jaguars Don't Pick Up Mac Jones' Fifth-Year Option

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    Unsurprisingly, the Jacksonville Jaguars didn't pick up the fifth-year option on new quarterback Mac Jones, who the team acquired in a trade with the New England Patriots this offseason. Jones was New England's first-round pick in 2021 but failed to make an impact as their starter under center. He went to the Pro Bowl as a rookie in 2021 but was merely a replacement player. Jones started all 42 games that he played for the Patriots, but the team went 4-13 in 2023 and Jones found himself on the bench for the final six games. The 25-year-old from Alabama regressed in each of his three seasons in Boston, but it didn't help that the Patriots were constantly bringing in new offensive coaches during his time there. Now in Jacksonville, Jones will operate as the clear backup to Trevor Lawrence in 2024.

    May 3 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Mac Jones
  • Jaguars Add 13 UDFAs

    Now in Year 3, the Doug Pederson-Trent Baalke partnership has most of its offseason roster in place. The Jaguars agreed to terms with 13 UDFAs. Here is the Jacksonville post-draft group: Shawn Bowman, TE (Rutgers) Andre Carter, DE (Indiana) Joshua Cephus, WR (UTSA) Brevin Easton, WR (Albany) Jalen Jackson, RB (Villanova) Steven Jones, OL (Oregon) [...]

    May 1 · Pro Football Rumors NFL Draft Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Jaguars To Decline Mac Jones’ Fifth-Year Option

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    Mac Jones is set to finish out his four-year rookie contract with the Jaguars, who faced three fifth-year option decisions as a result of acquiring the former Patriots first-rounder. After exercising Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne's options, they will make the expected call of declining Jones'. The Jags will not extend Jones' contract through 2025, [...]

    Apr 30 · Pro Football Rumors Jacksonville Jaguars Mac Jones
  • Jaguars Release Joey Slye

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    The Jacksonville Jaguars released kicker Joey Slye on Tuesday. The Jaguars signed Slye in free agency in March, but he's now a free agent after the team selected kicker Cam Little in the sixth round of this year's NFL draft. Little and Riley Patterson figure to compete for the starting kicking duties in Jacksonville this summer in training camp. The 28-year-old Slye will now look for work elsewhere after making 79.2 percent of his 24 field-goal attempts over 17 games with the Washington Commanders in 2023. He also made 32 of his 35 extra-point attempts. For his career, Slye has made 82.3 percent of his field-goal attempts while making 88.5 percent of his extra points in five NFL seasons with the Commanders, Panthers, Texans and 49ers.

    Apr 30 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Joey Slye
  • Jaguars Release Zay Jones On Tuesday

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    The Jacksonville Jaguars released veteran wide receiver Zay Jones on Tuesday, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Despite the team selecting Brian Thomas Jr. in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft, this is somewhat of a surprising move. Jacksonville lost Calvin Ridley to the Titans this offseason, so depth behind Christian Kirk, Gabe Davis, and Thomas Jr. is looking thin. However, it's worth noting veteran wide receiver Jarvis Landry is trying out for the Jaguars, so this could hint at his potential signing. After an 823-yard season in 2022, Jones battled injuries in 2023 and caught just 34 passes for 321 yards and two touchdowns. Given the importance of the wideout spot in today's NFL, he should have a decent market for his services. The 29-year-old has hauled in 287 passes for 3,028 yards and 18 touchdowns in 104 career games.

    Apr 30 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Zay Jones
  • Jaguars Exercise Fifth-Year Options On Trevor Lawrence, Travis Etienne

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    The Jacksonville Jaguars announced on X that they have picked up the fifth-year options on 2021 first-round picks Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne. This move keeps the former Clemson duo under contract through the 2025 NFL season. Lawrence, the former No. 1 overall pick, has played well in spurts and led the team to a playoff win. He seemingly regressed from 2022 to 2023, but he's shown enough to warrant the team rolling with him for at least another two years. After missing his entire rookie season with a lisfranc injury, Etienne has rushed 478 times for 2,133 yards and 16 touchdowns and caught 93 passes for 792 yards and one score as a receiver in 34 games.

    Apr 29 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Travis Etienne Trevor Lawrence
  • Jarvis Landry Expected To Try Out For Jaguars

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    Five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Jarvis Landry is expected to take part in the Jacksonville Jaguars' upcoming rookie camp, according to his agents. Landry sat out of the 2023 season and is fully healthy and ready to return at age 31 in 2024. The Jaguars added rookie Brian Thomas in the first round of this year's NFL draft and also signed Gabe Davis in free agency to help them account for the loss of Calvin Ridley. Jacksonville also has Christian Kirk returning from injury and Zay Jones, so even if Landry were to sign with the team, he'd be fighting an uphill battle for significant playing time in 2024. In nine games with the New Orleans Saints in 2022, Landry caught 25 of his 39 targets for 272 yards and one touchdown. If anything, he'd serve as receiver depth in the slot for Jacksonville.

    Apr 29 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Jarvis Landry
  • Jaguars Pick Up Fifth-Year Options On Trevor Lawrence, Travis Etienne Jr.

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    Jacksonville Jaguars general manager Trent Baalke said on Saturday that the team is picking up the fifth-year option for quarterback Trevor Lawrence and running back Travis Etienne Jr. It's no surprise that the Jags will pick up the options for the former Clemson teammates with the deadline to do so coming next Thursday. The 24-year-old Lawrence has been given even more weapons in Gabe Davis and rookie Brian Thomas after Calvin Ridley left in free agency this offseason. Injuries hurt Lawrence in the second half of 2023, and with better health in 2024, he could easily rebound as a strong midrange QB1 for fantasy. Etienne has rushed for 1,000 yards in each of his first two NFL seasons while also catching 93 total passes for 792 yards. Tank Bigsby could be a thorn in his side as he gets more involved in the backfield, but Etienne is still an attractive fantasy RB in an offense that could be even more explosive this year.

    Apr 28 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Travis Etienne Trevor Lawrence
  • Jaguars To Exercise Fifth-Year Options On Trevor Lawrence, Travis Etienne

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    Much of the attention around the football world has been focused on the draft in recent days, but the deadline on fifth-year option decisions is approaching. The Jaguars had a pair of calls to make regarding quarterback Trevor Lawrence and running back Travis Etienne. In both cases, the options will be picked up, general manager Trent Baalke said during [...]

    Apr 28 · Pro Football Rumors Jacksonville Jaguars Travis Etienne Trevor Lawrence
  • Brian Thomas Jr. Selected By Jacksonville

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    The Jacksonville Jaguars wasted no time in replacing Calvin Ridley by selecting LSU wide receiver Brian Thomas Jr. with the 23rd overall pick in the 2024 NFL draft. The former Tiger played alongside fellow standout Malik Nabers, but do not overlook his talent. The 21-year-old led the FBS with 17 receiving touchdowns in 2023 and totaled 1,177 receiving yards. Thomas Jr. will be a popular pick in both dynasty and redraft as he should slot in as the number two wide-out behind Christian Kirk and should be a solid option for Trevor Lawrence.

    Apr 25 · Source via NFL Draft Jacksonville Jaguars Brian Thomas
  • Jaguars Looking To Move Up For Pass-Catcher?

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    The Jacksonville Jaguars are calling around in an effort to move up in the first round of Thursday's NFL draft, and teams taking their calls believe they are on the hunt for a specific pass-catcher, according to a source. Even though the Jaguars signed wideout Gabe Davis in free agency this offseason, it appears the Jags are looking to make a splash early in the first round this year for another weapon for quarterback Trevor Lawrence. Jacksonville currently holds the No. 17 overall pick. If they were to trade into the top 10, players such as Washington receiver Rome Odunze, LSU receiver Malik Nabers, and Georgia tight end Brock Bowers could all be options as they look for extra pass-catchers after they lost Calvin Ridley in free agency. Stay tuned.

    Apr 25 · Source via NFL Draft Jacksonville Jaguars Brock Bowers Trevor Lawrence Malik Nabers Rome Odunze
  • Jaguars Exploring WRs In Draft, Have Discussed Moving Up

    The Jaguars were ready to make a substantial commitment at wide receiver this offseason. Following their agreement with Gabe Davis, the Jags made an aggressive effort to re-sign Calvin Ridley. A monster Titans offer intervened, but Ridley's defection still leaves the Jags with three veteran receiver contracts on their payroll. In addition to the Jaguars' [...]

    Apr 23 · Pro Football Rumors NFL Draft Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Jaguars Re-Sign Tyler Shatley

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    The Jacksonville Jaguars have re-signed offensive lineman Tyler Shatley, the team announced on X on Friday. The former Clemson Tiger joined the Jaguars as an undrafted free agent in 2014, and he has spent his entire 10-year career with the organization. He has 145 game appearances in his career, including 51 starts (six in 2023). Although he is not expected to compete for a starting role to begin the 2024 season, he brings depth to an offensive line that needs to do a much better job of protecting Trevor Lawrence this season. Shatley has experience at guard and center, making him a versatile veteran up front.

    Apr 19 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Trevor Lawrence
  • Jaguars Making Progress On Extension For Trevor Lawrence

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    Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence said that he and the team continue to work on a long-term contract extension, but he also said "it's not really the focus right now." General manager Trent Baalke confirmed that the team was talking about an extension with Lawrence. "We're working, but you can't force this stuff." Lawrence is entering the final year of his four-year rookie deal and is eligible to have his fifth-year option picked up, with the deadline coming on May 2. If the two sides don't work anything out by then, Jacksonville will surely pick up the option for the 2025 season and continue to work on an extension. The 24-year-old former first overall pick in 2021 out of Clemson took a slight step back from his Pro Bowl season in 2022 but was still a top-10 fantasy QB despite battling through an injury in the second half of 2023.

    Apr 18 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Trevor Lawrence
  • Extension Talks Underway Between Jaguars, QB Trevor Lawrence

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    We mentioned back in February that extension talks between the Jaguars and former No. 1 overall pick Trevor Lawrence were expected to begin. Yesterday, thanks to Grant Gordon of NFL.com, we learned that those conversations have been taking place lately, according to Lawrence. Lawrence's road to NFL stardom got off to a rough start after [...]

    Apr 18 · Pro Football Rumors Jacksonville Jaguars Trevor Lawrence
  • Jags, Lawrence talking extension; 'not my focus'

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    Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence said he's had early discussions about an extension with the team, but "it's not really my focus."

    Apr 17 · ESPN Jacksonville Jaguars Trevor Lawrence
  • Trevor Lawrence Feeling 100% Healthy

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    Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence missed just one game last season, but he dealt with multiple injuries to his lower and upper body that could have affected his play in 2023. In a media availability on Tuesday, the former No. 1 overall pick said he did not feel 100% healthy until March. "When March hit, I felt really good, like lifting and doing everything like totally normal," Lawrence said. "But until March, I'd say that's when I started to feel like 100%, do stuff that I normally do." The 24-year-old threw for 4,016 yards, 21 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions, and the Jaguars lost a Week 18 game against the struggling Tennessee Titans that would have sent them to the playoffs. Ultimately, it was a disappointing season for Lawrence and the Jaguars alike, but a healthy Lawrence could yield better results in 2024. The team has uncertainty at the wide receiver position after the departure of Calvin Ridley, but they are likely to add weapons in the upcoming NFL Draft. Lawrence figures to have a low-end QB1 upside, though he's likely to produce mid-range QB2 numbers in fantasy football.

    Apr 16 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Trevor Lawrence
  • Jaguars Bring Back Tom Gamble

    Although Trent Baalke and Jim Harbaugh famously butted heads in San Francisco, Tom Gamble has spent extensive time with both power brokers. The former 49ers assistant GM will move back to Baalke's side after residing as a Michigan staffer in recent years. Gamble became part of the Michigan program after a stint with the Jaguars; [...]

    Apr 15 · Pro Football Rumors Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Kool-Aid McKinstry Makes Sense For Jaguars

    The Athletic's Bruce Feldman has the Jacksonville Jaguars selecting Alabama cornerback Kool-Aid McKinstry with the 23rd overall pick in the first round of this year's NFL draft after trading back with the Pittsburgh Steelers. McKinstry was a three-year starter in a complex defensive system and has high intelligence with good leadership qualities. He's polished but not exactly a burner and is coming off a Jones fracture in one of his toes that required surgery this year. In his three years at Alabama, the 21-year-old defensive back had 62 tackles, five tackles for loss, two sacks and two interceptions. McKinstry was an All-American in 2023. "Really smart and savvy. Not as quick out of his break as Arnold. He uses his hands to make up for his feet. Will jump routes," one coach said.

    Apr 11 · Source via NFL Draft Jacksonville Jaguars Kool-Aid McKinstry
  • Jaguars, Josh Allen Agree To Extension

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    12:37pm: The Burns contract's influence on the Allen deal extends to the fully guaranteed number as well. Allen secured $76.5MM locked in at signing, Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio notes. That is $500K north of Burns' number, slotting in at third among edge defenders. Like Burns' deal, Allen's also falls short of the $30MM-per-year-mark. In [...]

    Apr 10 · Pro Football Rumors Jacksonville Jaguars Josh Allen
  • Jaguars, Josh Allen Agree On Five-Year Extension

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    The Jacksonville Jaguars and pass-rusher Josh Allen agreed to a five-year, $150 million contract extension on Wednesday, according to a source. Allen is set to earn $88 million guaranteed as part of the deal. The Jaguars had placed the franchise tag on Allen before the start of free agency but now have locked the rising star into a long-term deal. The 26-year-old two-time Pro Bowler set a franchise record in 2023 by recording 17.5 sacks while adding 66 tackles (43 solo), 17 tackles for loss, 33 QB hits, one interception and two forced fumbles in 17 starts. The former seventh overall pick in 2019 out of Kentucky is one of the best young pass-rushers in the NFL and will be highly coveted on draft day in IDP fantasy formats at defensive line.

    Apr 10 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Josh Allen
  • Washington OT Troy Fautanu Generating Interest

    Troy Fautanu is turning into a popular name on the workout circuit. The Washington offensive tackle will travel to Jacksonville tomorrow to take a top-30 visit with the Jaguars, per Bleacher Report's Jordan Schultz. [RELATED: Bengals Host Washington OT Troy Fautanu] In addition to his previously reported visit with the Bengals, the projected first-round pick [...]

    Apr 8 · Pro Football Rumors NFL Draft Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Latest On Arik Armstead’s 49ers Departure

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    Needing to clear cap space and with a considerable amount of resources invested in their defensive front already, the 49ers elected to release defensive tackle Arik Armstead last month. San Francisco, which selected Armstread in the first round of the 2015 draft, first offered the Oregon product the opportunity to remain with the club via [...]

    Apr 8 · Pro Football Rumors Jacksonville Jaguars San Francisco 49ers Arik Armstead
  • Draft Notes: Odunze, DeJean, Nabers, Chargers, Lions, Bucs, Jags, Steelers

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    While reports have indicated some teams prefer Malik Nabers to Marvin Harrison Jr., Sportskeeda.com's Tony Pauline offers a stance that could further muddy the waters among the draft's top wide receivers. Several teams have Rome Odunze slotted higher than Nabers on their big boards. Although transfers have populated the QB ranks in this class, the [...]

    Apr 5 · Pro Football Rumors NFL Draft Detroit Lions Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jacksonville Jaguars Pittsburgh Steelers Marvin Harrison Malik Nabers Rome Odunze
  • Jaguars View Gabe Davis As "Swiss Army Knife"

    The Jacksonville Jaguars believe that new wide receiver Gabe Davis can do a lot of different things in their offense in 2024. "Gabe is, to me, like a Swiss Army knife. He can obviously run routes, the guy is right around 81-82 targets a year for the last four years if you average them out. He's a big part of the offense in Buffalo," head coach Doug Pederson said about Davis. The 25-year-old averaged 87 targets the last two years in Buffalo and caught 163 passes for 2,730 yards (26.7 yards per catch) and 27 touchdowns in four years with the Bills. With Calvin Ridley now with the Titans, the Jags will have to make up for the 136 targets he drew in 2023. Davis has big-play ability, but he'll be competing for targets with Christian Kirk, Zay Jones and Evan Engram and probably is going to be a boom-or-bust fantasy wideout again in 2024 with his new team.

    Apr 3 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Foye Oluokun Signs Extension With Jaguars

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    The Jacksonville Jaguars signed linebacker Foye Oluokun to a four-year, $45 million contract extension on Friday. The deal reportedly includes $22 million guaranteed at signing. The top fantasy linebacker in IDP leagues last year will now stick around in Jacksonville long term. The Atlanta Falcons took the 28-year-old in the sixth round (200th overall) in 2018 out of Yale. He spent the first four seasons of his NFL career in Atlanta before spending the last two years in Jacksonville. In the last three seasons combined, Oluokun has a whopping 341 solo tackles, 6.5 sacks, 24 tackles for loss, 26 QB hits, four interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), 17 passes defended, four forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries in 51 starts. Given his immense production in recent years, Oluokun should be one of the first linebackers off the board in IDP drafts this fall.

    Mar 29 · Source via Jacksonville Jaguars Foye Oluokun
  • Jags, LB Foye Oluokun Agree On Extension

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    One of the NFL's top tacklers has a new deal in place. Foye Oluokun, a Jaguars free agency pickup in 2022, has agreed to terms on a new four-year extension, NFL.com's Tom Pelissero reports. Oluokun's second Jaguars contract will lock him down through the 2028 season; the deal is worth $45MM and includes $22.5MM fully [...]

    Mar 29 · Pro Football Rumors Jacksonville Jaguars Foye Oluokun
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