The Jacksonville Jaguars will travel cross-country this week and get a close-up look at the quarterback they could have - probably should have - drafted in April.
by: Bill Barnwell, ESPN Staff Writer — ESPN 24h
Someone is always on the hot seat in the NFL, and 2020 is no different. These are the coaches, players and executives to watch.
by: James Johnson — USA Today: Jaguars Wire 18 Oct
With no positive COVID-19 tests for the Jacksonville Jaguars (and league-wide), the Week 6 game against the Detroit Lions is a go. The game will be one between teams that should end up atop the dra…
by: The Associated Press — NFL: Jacksonville Jaguars 18 Oct
Ten Jaguars experts break down Sunday’s 2020 Week 6 matchup between the Jaguars and Detroit Lions at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville
by: JP Acosta — SB Nation: Big Cat Country 18 Oct
In order for the Jaguars to win on Sunday, the offense has to show up at TIAA Bank Field
by: Daniel Griffis — USA Today: Jaguars Wire 17 Oct
The Jacksonville Jaguars’ defense has, well, underperformed shall we say thus far in 2020. Some of that has been due to the pass-rush’s struggles to get home and the secondary has been …
by: James Johnson — USA Today: Jaguars Wire 17 Oct
The Jacksonville Jaguars ruled five players as questionable for their upcoming game against the Detroit Lions and starting receiver D.J. Chark, defensive end Josh Allen and defensive tackle Abry Jo…
by: Jeremy Reisman — SB Nation: Pride Of Detroit 16 Oct
More shakeups on the offensive line may be upcoming.
by: The Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com — The Washington Times 16 Oct
The Jacksonville Jaguars could be without Pro Bowl receiver DJ Chark against Detroit on Sunday.
by: The Associated Press — NFL: Jacksonville Jaguars 16 Oct
Friday Jaguars update: WR DJ Chark Jr., DE Josh Allen questionable for Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions at TIAA Bank Field; LB Myles Jack, CB CJ Henderson removed from the injury report and expected to be available Sunday
by: JP Acosta — SB Nation: Big Cat Country 16 Oct
Despite the score, the Jaguars defense played well. Smoot and Jones were major reasons why
by: James Johnson — USA Today: Jaguars Wire 16 Oct
The Jacksonville Jaguars’ defense continued to get healthier Thursday as two of their starters were full participants from their injury report. Those players were linebacker Myles Jack and co…