1. Eugene Monroe Has His Priorities in Order

    In today's (May 19) edition of the Florida Times-Union, Vito Stellino has a notebook about the beginning of OTAs in Jacksonville. Most everyone showed up for the first of 12 OTAs, but one notable name was absent: Eugene Monroe...

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  2. Jaguars: Would Plaxico Look Good in Teal?

    Before delving into this topic, I want to point out that there's a very good chance Plaxico Burress ends up in black-and-white stripes as opposed to shoulder pads and a helmet...

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  3. Dennis Northcutt: Torry Holt's Likely Sidekick

    "A receiver, a receiver, my kingdom for a receiver!" (Wow, Shakespeare really IS still relevant today!) I'm sure Wayne Weaver has uttered some variation of this phrase hundreds of times since Keenan and Jimmy left Jacksonville...

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  4. A State of Flux: Jacksonville's Coaching Staff

    When you think about the Jacksonville Jaguars' coaching staff, the word "stability" doesn't immediately come to mind. Sure, Head Coach Jack Del Rio has been at the helm for the last six years and is only the second coach in team history...

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  5. Sympathy For The DeVille: My Ongoing Saga With The Jacksonville Jaguars

    If I ruled the world (imagine that), I would outlaw sports bigamy. For the average fan, there is no justification for having more than one favorite team in a particular sport. To me, that's just being greedy...

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  6. Team of My Dreams: 1994 San Francisco 49ers

    I have to preface this trip down memory lane with a disclaimer: I was born in San Diego but loved the 49ers as soon as I really started following football. I guess I was a bandwagon jumper in my early sports life...

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  7. David Garrard's Heir Apparent Is Nowhere To Be Found

    Picking between Todd Bouman and Cleo Lemon is like picking between a root canal and a rectal exam. Neither option is very appealing, and both are likely to cause some level of discomfort...

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  8. Weak Economy, 5-11 Season Slow Ticket Sales For Jacksonville

    In today's Florida Times-Union, Vito Stellino has an interesting story about Jacksonville's struggles to sell season tickets...

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  9. With Bullseye on His Chest (and Mouth), Superman Saves The Series for Orlando

    Dwight Howard knew what he had to do. After publicly calling out his coach after a frustrating game five loss, the center called Superman understood that all the pressure would be on him in game six...

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  10. Standing Up For Momma Highlights Crazy NBA Week

    When it comes to NBA halftime shows, TNT is tops. Watching Charles Barkley and Kenny Smith go back and forth while Ernie Johnson tries to keep the show moving in the right direction is just great television...

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  11. Competition Heats Up in Trenches

    I always get a kick out of players who shy away from competition.Whether it's on the collegiate level (Robert Marve leaving Miami because he couldn't win the job against Jacory Harris) or the ...

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  12. Questions for Jaguars' Holt and Thomas

    Without question, the two most interesting moves the Jaguars made in the off-season were the free-agent signings of Tra Thomas and Torry Holt...

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  13. 2009 Will Be Another Rough Year For Jacksonville Jaguars

    2008 was supposed to be a breakout year for the Jacksonville Jaguars. In the previous season, the Jags won their first playoff game since 1999...

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  14. Orlando Magic Continue to Overcome Adversity

    In this year's NBA playoffs, perhaps no team has been through more adversity than the Orlando Magic. Fans of Boston, L.A...

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  15. Hard For Jags To Make Headway In Deep AFC South

    After a tough 2008 season, the Jacksonville Jaguars are looking to make it back to a playoff-caliber level in 2009. But that will be no easy task considering that the Jags play in the always-tough AFC South...

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  16. Jaguars Must Open Their Playbook

    The Jacksonville Jaguars languished through a 5-11 campaign in 2008, in large part because the team struggled to move the ball on offense, particularly in the passing game...

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