It looks like people around the NFL have caught on to the positive vibes coming out of Jacksonville about the Jaguars.
NFL.com's Albert Breer, in writing about the league's seven second-year coaches, talked to scouting directors from each conference and the two he spoke to about the Jaguars and coach Gus Bradley had nothing but positive things to say. Both praised the job Bradley did in his first season and like the direction in which the team is headed.
Said the NFC scouting director: "... Gus and [GM] Dave [Caldwell] have a vision, stuck to their vision -- they're both smart and knew it'd take patience. The job Gus did last year set them up to go forward."
Said the AFC scouting director: "... Another team that takes another step. What they did last year was establish a culture, play hard, compete, not quit, and they did that for 16 games."
Here are some additional pieces of Jaguars-related content from around the Web in our Reading the Coverage feature:
The Florida Times-Union's Ryan O'Halloran writes that there is no concern that the team's top three draft picks have yet to sign a contract.
USA Today reports that more players are going to wear helmet sensors to measure the magnitude and location of impact to the head and that every player may be wearing them by 2015.
CBSSports.com's Pete Prisco writes that there is nothing to be gained by sitting rookie quarterbacks.