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Jacksonville Jaguars

Stadium: EverBank Field | Coach: Gus Bradley
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense28th78.8 (30th)215.1 (20th)
Defense23rd131.8 (24th)247.6 (24th)
2014 Draft
13Blake BortlesQBUCF
239Marqise LeeWRUSC
261Allen RobinsonWRPSU
393Brandon LinderOGMIAMI
4114Aaron ColvinCBOKLA
5144Telvin SmithOLBFSU
5159Chris SmithOLBARK
6205Luke BowankoCUVA
7222Storm JohnsonRBUCF

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Fri, August 22, 7:30 PM EDT
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Jacksonville Jaguars
Detroit Lions


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Jaguars bringing Cecil Shorts along slowly
by Larry Hartstein |

Jaguars receiver Cecil Shorts looked good in practice Sunday and Monday, but the team isn't letting him go full throttle, coach Gus Bradley told the Florida Times-Union. Shorts injured his hamstring on the first day of training camp and didn't practice until Sunday.

"Obviously, he's a guy who wants to take as many reps as he can," Bradley said. "But we're bringing him along slowly in drill work. He gets two reps per period. We'll gradually increase it to where he gets four and then take it from there."

Shorts will play Friday against the Lions, but not into the third quarter like the rest of the starters, the paper said.

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Fendi Onobun tears quad
by Larry Hartstein |

Jaguars tight end Fendi Onobun tore his squad and will undergo season-ending surgery, reports the Florida Times-Union.

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Jags on Blake Bortles: Nothing is set in stone
by Larry Hartstein |

Jaguars offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch said it's not set in stone that rookie quarterback Blake Bortles will spend this season watching veteran Chad Henne take the snaps. Bortles is enjoying an impressive preseason and finally got a chance to work with the first-string offense Monday.

"This fan base saw a quarterback get thrown to the wolves," Fisch told Sports Illustrated's Peter King, referring to Blaine Gabbert. "We don't need to force it. We never thought when we drafted [Bortles] we were taking him to play now. But nothing is set in stone. We're giving Blake every chance to make the decision super-hard for us."

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Ace Sanders could play fourth preseason game
by Larry Hartstein |

Jaguars receiver Ace Sanders could return from his leave of absence in time to play in the fourth preseason game, reports the Florida Times-Union. Coach Gus Bradley said he won't hesitate to play Sanders if he returns in good shape.

However, Sanders remains suspended for the first four regular-season games for violating the league's substance abuse policy. He took a leave of absence for what he termed "personal issues."

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Cecil Shorts practices for first time since July 25
by Larry Hartstein |

Jaguars receiver Cecil Shorts returned to practice Sunday. It was his first practice since he injured his hamstring on the first day of camp, July 25, reports the Florida Times-Union.

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