8:29 PM EDT, Sun June 24, 2018
Big Cat Country

Marrone on Norwell: “He’s a lunch-pail type guy”

The Jacksonville Jaguars surprised everyone when they went out and paid the most talented guard in free agency a couple of months ago, bringing Andrew Norwell in for $30 million guaranteed. Marrone is already enamored, making Norwell the second player he’s given the “lunch-pail type of guy” badge of honor, Bryan being the first. “Andrew is — for a lack of a better term — a lunch-pail type of guy. I think that when you look at his career and he was a [rookie] free agent coming into this league and really worked extremely hard, that’s what you see in practice. [He is] a guy that...

Titan Sized

Tennessee Titans: Previewing the 2018 Schedule – Week 3

Continuing to examine the 2018 Tennessee Titans schedule by taking a look at their Week 3 matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Now that most rosters are largely set in stone following free agency and the draft, we can finally begin to look ahead to next season and gauge how the Tennessee Titans’ roster will match […] Tennessee Titans: Previewing the 2018 Schedule – Week 3 - Titan Sized - Titan Sized - A Tennessee Titans Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Big Cat Country

Bouye in at No. 35 in NFL Top 100

The NFL Top 100 has been very friendly to the Jacksonville Jaguars so far this offseason and on last night’s episode another player was revealed to make the list. Cornerback A.J. Bouye ranked in at No. 35 in the NFL’s Top 100 list for 2018, which shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone who watched any Jaguars football last season. What ya gon' do when you have 2 All-Pro corners?@AJBOUYE21 comes in at #35 on the #NFLTop1005 pic.twitter.com/lgyMBs8Vwv— #DUUUVAL (@Jaguars) June 5, 2018 Bouye was handed a massive contract in free agency, after starting his career as an undrafted free...

Big Cat Country

Jags have long liked Hayden as a nickel corner

The Jacksonville Jaguars will return mostly the same exact defense they had last season with two small changes. For one, Paul Posluzny retired so he won’t be back and the other change is that the team let Aaron Colvin, their starting nickel corner, walk in free agency. Colvin ended up signing with the Houston Texans and the Jaguars picked up former Oakland Raiders and Detroit Lions corner DJ Hayden to fill that role. “D.J. has done a real nice job. When he was out in Oakland, obviously he was a first-round pick, he played a lot of nickel out in Oakland. We evaluated him a year ago. We...

SportsDay

The real story behind Allen Hurns and how good he can be with the Dallas Cowboys

FRISCO -- Cooling off from practice last week in front of his new locker at The Star, Allen Hurns ticked off the names of the Cowboys' receivers and why they all have something to prove in 2018, himself first and foremost.Hurns, Dallas' biggest addition in free agency, is preparing for a crucial season for the Cowboys and his career. Largely an unknown quantity here, he's playing on a fresh two-year, $12 million deal. He's considered the most likely replacement for Dez Bryant, the combustible eight-year franchise focal point the Cowboys cut more than 40 days ago.The Jacksonville Jaguars...

Acme Packing Company

Friday Cheese Curds: Welcome to Green Bay, Marcedes Lewis

The Packers added another veteran tight end on Thursday. It’s late May and the Packers are still looking for free agents. What’s the world coming to? Brian Gutekunst’s latest addition is Marcedes Lewis, a 6-6, 255 pound tight end who has spent all 12 of his NFL seasons to date with the Jacksonville Jaguars. While the Packers’ forays into free agency at the tight end position lately have been...uh...mixed, Lewis comes with a solid reputation and brings another reliable presence to the offense. Marcedes Lewis could be the perfect complement to Packers TE group | Packers Wire Lewis...

Bleeding Green Nation

Eagles Rookie Profile: Jeremy Reaves is aggressive and makes plays on the ball

Get to know one of Philadelphia’s new rookies. The Philadelphia Eagles signed South Alabama safety Jeremy Reaves in undrafted free agency following the 2018 NFL Draft. In order to learn more about the new Eagles defensive back, I reached out to SB Nation’s blog that features Sun Belt Conference coverage: Underdog Dynasty. Jaguars writer Adam Luckett (@AdamLuckettBOS) was kind enough to answer my questions. 1) Can you sum up what his college career was like? Reaves made an impact as soon as he stepped on campus in 2014 as he played in all 13 games for the Jags and made 16 tackles as a...