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Stadium: EverBank Field | Coach: Gus Bradley
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense31st102.1 (21st)187.6 (31st)
Defense26th127.1 (27th)243.7 (22nd)


Sun Sep 7
L 34 - 17at PHI
Sun Sep 14
L 41 - 10at WAS
Sun Sep 21
L 44 - 17IND
Sun Sep 28
L 33 - 14at SD
Sun Oct 5
L 17 - 9PIT
Sun Oct 12
L 16 - 14at TEN
Sun Oct 19
W 24 - 6CLE
Sun Oct 26
L 27 - 13MIA
Sun Nov 2
L 33 - 23at CIN
Sun Nov 9
L 31 - 17DAL
Sun Nov 23
L 23 - 3at IND
Sun Nov 30
W 25 - 24NYG
Sun Dec 7
L 27 - 13HOU
Sun Dec 14
L 20 - 12at BAL
Thu Dec 18
W 21 - 13TEN
Sun Dec 28
L 23 - 17at HOU


Report: Should be a 'very active market' for Broncos' Julius Thomas
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

Broncos tight end Julius Thomas turned down a five-year, $40 million contract for a reason. That's because it's believed he will have a "very active market" when the new league year begins on March 10, according to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport. 

Two teams that are expected to target Thomas in free agency are the Raiders and Jaguars, both of which need to upgrade considerably at their skill positions to help out their young quarterbacks. The expectation is for Broncos general manager John Elway to let Thomas test the waters in free agency to see what he's offered. 

The Falcons have also reportedly been interested, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's D. Orlando Ledbetter. 

Injuries slowed what was an otherwise fast start to his 2014 season. Thomas' season ended with 489 yards and 12 touchdowns. 

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Jaguars waive CB Will Blackmon
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

The Jaguars waived cornerback Will Blackmon on Thursday, the team announced. The 30-year-old started 12 games in the last two seasons for the Jags, including four times in 2014. His season was cut short in November due to a finger injury.

Because of his previous production Blackmon will likely catch on with another team once he is officially waived.

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GM Dave Caldwell: Jaguars 'more open' to trade out of No. 3 pick
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell told reporters that he's "more open" to trading out of the No. 3 spot in April's draft than the previous years, according to the Florida Times-Union.

"I feel more open to it this year because we don't need to have a guy come in and start," Caldwell said. "We had no margin for error the last two years. We had to draft them and start them."

Jacksonville drafted left tackle Luke Joeckel and quarterback Blake Bortles in the last two years with the Nos. 2 and 3 respectively. Because this year's quarterback class may be top-heavy, Caldwell admitted he may make a trade to generate extra picks, but it will likely come down to the wire.

"You probably know maybe the few minutes you're on the clock, for the most part," Caldwell said. "Last year, Buffalo wanted to trade up for Sammy Watkins and that came out of nowhere. Certain teams are different. Some will say, 'Hey, we have a significant interest in coming up and this is what we want to do.' Other teams that will wait for the last minute and that's more difficult."

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Jags' Bradley: Blake Bortles is 'diving into mechanics' this offseason
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley told reporters that quarterback Blake Bortles is "really diving into his mechanics this offseason," per the Florida Times-Union on Thursday.

"We’re really excited about him. I know there are some things he needs to work on and the growth that will take place from this year to next year, we’re all excited about. It’s great that he ended up playing [as many games as] he did. I think his mindset now is, ‘What can I do to get better?’ I know he has to understand defenses better but also his mechanics, he’s really diving into that this offseason. I just sense from him that he’s a guy that wants to take the next step and when he has confidence like that and it builds through the offseason, I think he’s going to take another step."

Jacksonville ranked last in scoring in 2013 with 15.4 points per game. The team is hoping that new coordinator Greg Olson can develop the strong-armed Bortles, who accounted for 2,908 yards, 11 touchdowns and 18 turnovers as a rookie.

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Jaguars unsure if Denard Robinson will be top option in 2015
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

When asked if Denard Robinson will be the top running back option in 2015, Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said that his role remains to be seen, per the Florida Times-Union.

"He was a pleasant surprise for us [in 2014] after his first year," Bradley said. "He came back stronger and bigger and really shocked us. He had a couple of games in a row [of 100 yards rushing] where he did some really nice things for us and it was unfortunate he had the [foot] injury at the end. We're really pleased with his progress and we're hopeful that he takes the next step. Where that takes him in the rotation, that's yet to be seen. He's doing a great job coming back from his injury. The future is bright for him."

Bradley also indicated that he envisions Toby Gerhart having a place with the team on first and second downs, which could cut into Robinson's playing time. Robinson had his season cut short last year due to a foot sprain. He rushed for 582 yards and four touchdowns in seven starts for Jacksonville. It remains to be seen if he'll have the edge over Gerhart and Storm Johnson for playing time under new offensive coordinator Greg Olson next season.

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