A look at the Jacksonville Jaguars 2014 offseason including what they might do in free agency and the 2014 NFL Draft.
2013 Week 16 team-by-team grades from around the NFL, featuring Tony Romo flipping the script on the world.
Arizona's first-year general manager Steve Keim has 11 new starers on the roster and has made 191 transactions since taking over. And the Cardinals are 10-5.
Brad Meester apparently is about to become a major cog in the Jacksonville passing machine.
Dwight Freeney is gone, but Indy still has an elite pass rusher. Robert Mathis is having a monster season, and he might be a thorn in Peyton Manning's side Sunday night.
Would the 2013 Jaguars lost the 1995 expansion Jaguars? Pete Prisco covered that expansion team and says they would. He explains why.
In the latest installment of his All-Prisco Team, Pete Prisco talks with Jaguars tackle Eugene Monroe, who bolsters his athletic ability with an unusually nutritious diet for a lineman.
Having Andrew Luck in Indianapolis means the Colts will be competitive for a long time.
It's certainly sink-or-swim time for QB Blaine Gabbert, but don't expect the Jags to make any blockbuster moves in free agency.
The Patriots are not the team that a struggling Jacksonville squad wants to see coming to town. New England, led by its explosive offense, is tuning up for the playoffs, while the Jaguars are fighting to avoid having the worst record in the league.

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