The Jaguars could keep a fifth cornerback with top 2016 pick Jalen Ramsey coming back from surgery; depth at safety could prove to be important.
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Blake Bortles' job as the Jaguars' starting quarterback will be in jeopardy if he doesn't improve his accuracy and cut down on his turnovers.
Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer
The Jaguars have placed CBs Jalen Ramsey (core muscle) and Aaron Colvin (foot) on the active/PUP list in advance of training camp, which begins on Thursday. Ramsey had surgery on June 15 and his expected recovery time was six weeks, which coincides with the first day of training camp. Colvin missed all of organized team activities and minicamp with a foot injury. Veterans are required to report on Wednesday and the first practice will be on Thursday.
Mike joined Ryan McGee to kick off the NFL Nation takeover weekend on ESPN Radio. Mike talked about the atmosphere around the team under new leadership.
Malik Jackson said on Bleacher Report's "Simms & Lefkoe Podcast" that he believes the Jaguars will win the Super Bowl this season.
Jaguars DE Dante Fowler Jr. was arrested in St. Petersburg on Tuesday night on charges of simple battery and mischief, according to police records.
While unquestionably talented, Jackson is a far less accomplished player than DTs making similar money to him.
ESPN Stats and Information
There are now 51 days until the NFL season. Blake Bortles has thrown 51 INT in first 3 seasons, second-most in the NFL in that time. The last quarterback to throw more interceptions to start his career was Peyton Manning (58).
The Blake Bortles-led offense was not good last year, but they were surprisingly successful in one area of the field.
You may have to blink twice, but the Jaguars' defense is loaded with young talent that could break out in 2017.
The Texans have taken the AFC South crown over each of the past two seasons, but ESPN's NFL reporters foresee a new champion in 2017.
The Titans drafted receivers in the first and third rounds and also signed Eric Decker, surrounding quarterback Marcus Mariota with playmakers.
Veteran free-agent running back DeAngelo Williams still needs a job, but he will not take calls from the Cowboys, Browns, Panthers or Jaguars.
Free agent RB DeAngelo Williams rejoins Adam Schefter to reveal the teams he won't play for, shares some harsh words about Cowboy fans and much more.
Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles and Colts head coach Chuck Pagano may not be with their teams in 2018 if they don't show improvement in 2017.
There are still plenty of holes -- especially at quarterback -- in Jacksonville, but things are bright enough for the Jags to be a middle-of-the-pack team moving forward.
Expectations justifiably are on the rise for Jaguars CB Jalen Ramsey and Texans DE Jadeveon Clowney, and both should benefit from veteran help.
Jacksonville is trying to build a good team in order to compete in the AFC South, but if Blake Bortles can't cut down on the interceptions, the Jaguars don't have much of a promising future.
Leonard Fournette should be a dynamic addition to the Jaguars' offense, but will he make the biggest impact of the new faces in the division?
Beginning with Marcus Mariota, the Titans have built a strong foundation for the future. Are they in line to be the class of the AFC South?
The Jaguars will give Blake Bortles one more chance to prove himself and hope an improved running game alleviates some pressure on the quarterback.
The Titans' Marcus Mariota quickly developed into the AFC South's second-best QB, but he still has milestones to reach if he wants to be the best.
The Texans will likely have to rely on their defense again, but a healthy J.J. Watt should make an already strong unit even more intimidating.
If the Colts struggle to start the season again, would they be better off replacing Pagano or staying the course? Our AFC South reporters weigh in.