Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew's loyalty toward incumbent starting QB David Garrard isn't helping anyone — including Garrard.
The impact of free-agency rules reverting back to 2009, meaning four- and five-year veterans are unrestricted, should have a minimal impact on the Jaguars.
Readers believe that the Jaguars will be leaving Jacksonville and heading to the West Coast after responding to the poll question, "Which NFL franchise is most likely to move to Los Angeles."
PFW identifies four players from the AFC South who are ready for coming-out parties in 2011 (clockwise from left) — Connor Barwin, Donald Brown, Jared Cook and Mike Thomas.
Coming off his best season, Jaguars TE Marcedes Lewis tells PFW he is happy and content even though his job and the big payday that he deserves are on hold because of the lockout.
Tim Leiweke, CEO of the group trying to build a stadium in downtown Los Angeles, has spoken with representatives of the Vikings, Chargers, Raiders, Rams and Jaguars about the proposed venue.
With the Jaguars' coaching staff unable to contact any of its players during the lockout, we hear it has to be concerned about the weight of DT Terrance Knighton.
Unrestricted free-agent LB Kirk Morrison is not letting the lockout get him down.
Former Jaguars TE Ernest Wilford pled no contest in a Jacksonville court on Friday to charges of resisting arrest during an incident at a local bar in January.
The way we hear it, GM Gene Smith has targeted 2-4 players to pursue when free agency begins. Chargers S Eric Weddle could be one of those players.
With NFL teams stuck in limbo thanks to the lockout, we are looking at where teams stand as they await the opening of the 2011 league year. Today, we take a look at the Jaguars.
Third-round OG Will Rackley brings a much-needed infusion of youth to an aging Jacksonville interior.
Here are some potential compelling AFC South story lines that are in jeopardy because of the NFL lockout.
Toronto Councillor Doug Ford told TheScore.com that Toronto will push to bring an NFL franchise to town after the league puts a team back in Los Angeles.
Remember last season? Round Four was full of calculated gambles. Some of them even paid off. This year is no different, as shown with the Vikings' selection of Iowa DT Christian Ballard.