Saturday, February 26, 2011

Drafting Your Guy

For the Jaguars, it's all about fitting their pick to their need. The idea of BAP is that you are picking the top guy on your board, and ideally, that guy fills a need as well. QB is a need, and the Jaguars may have a great opportunity to fit value with need in the first round. Cam Newton and Blaine Gabbert are projected to be top 10 picks. That's no secret. It's also no secret that the Jaguars would likely draft one of them if they fell to number 16. The reality of the matter is that the Jaguars won't have a shot at Newton or Gabbert. So, what happens then?


Friday, February 25, 2011

Jack Del Rio said today that Bob Sanders passed his physical with the Jaguars. He seemed very high on Sanders, and he pointed out that Sanders' last two injuries have been freak ones (torn biceps). I think Del Rio wants Sanders.

Who Came to Play?

With the NFL Combine kicking off, I find it appropriate to pose a question that is likely to be answered in the next couple of days. Who came to Indy ready to show the scouts what they want to see? There are a handfull of players that need to prove they are what we think, or in some cases, thought they were. I'm a quarterbacks guy so let's quickly look at three that have something to prove.


Thursday, February 24, 2011

The NFL and the NFLPA will continue talks next Tuesday. This tells me that they are making progress. Stay tuned.

Thursday's Events

Today, Thursday, is one of the busiest days of the offseason for the NFL and, especially, the Jacksonville Jaguars. To sum up the day, it's the final day of mediated meetings between the NFL and the NFLPA. The Jaguars will continue to negotiate with TE Marcedes Lewis. Oh, and there's this little scouting event that gets kicked off in Indianapolis, IN that's called the NFL Combine. Big day? Yes it is.


Today is the last day of meetings between the NFLPA and the NFL owners. We'll probably find out today or tomorrow how much progress, if any has been made. Then again, considering the gag order on the case, I don't know how much could be released until a new CBA is reached. Stay tuned.
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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

For those of you who are wondering, I'll be taking an in-depth look at what unfolded at the NFL Combine after it's over. Look for that sometime next week.

Paul Spicer to Retire as a Jaguar

The Jaguars have reportedly signed DE Paul Spicer to a 1 day deal. The deal allows Paul Spicer to retire as a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars. He was a player for the Jags from 2000-2008, and he was a fixture on the Jaguars defensive line for most of those years. During his most productive years with the Jaguars ('05-'08), Spicer posted 21.5 sacks and 129 tackles. Spicer was in the league for twelve years with the Lions, Jaguars, and the Saints.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Sanders Special

Bob Sanders is a free agent. The only way you don't know that is if you live under a rock, or your only source for football news is Jagsallday.com. Seriously guys, I'm sorry about the absence. Here's what we know, he visited the Jaguars on Monday, and he has been visiting the Bills today. He has until March 3 to sign with any team he wants, but after that date, he would have to wait till a new CBA is reached to re-sign. That's a mess of information, but that doesn't answer the real question on every Jaguars fans' mind. Will the Jags sign him?




Hiatus

Yes, I know. I've taken a little break from blogging on Jags All Day, but I'm getting back into it! Starting tomorrow (today if you're lucky I'll begin posting new stuff). I'll continue to write separate content for BCC as well. Thanks for the support!