1. Tyson Alualu, Jacksonville Jaguars: Whose Holdout? No Contract Offer Yet

    When Tyson Alualu doesn't sign a contract by the start of the Jacksonville Jaguars' training camp today, most casual observers will chalk it up to greed, the stereotypical motive for holdouts...

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  2. Jacksonville Jaguars' EverBank Field: NFL-Caliber Name Boosts City, Team

    Sure, it's great that the Jaguars' five-year naming rights deal with EverBank ends in three years without a corporate sponsor for their stadium. But the real victory is that they decided on "EverBank Field" instead of "EverBank Stadium...

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  3. Jacksonville Jaguars 2010 Training Camp: Top 10 Players Who Could Be Cut

    On July 30, as head coach Jack Del Rio begins the process of shaping his Jaguars into a cohesive team for September, most of the 81 players present will engage in a ruthless, dog-eat-dog struggle for one of Jacksonville's 53 precious roster spots...

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  4. True Colors: What Does Your Jacksonville Jaguars Jersey Say About You?

    Though the Jaguars' first "real" game this fall is still two months away, the start of training camp next week poses a season-defining question to Jacksonville's faithful fans: What ...

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  5. Madden 11 Ratings: EA Got Maurice Jones-Drew, Jacksonville Jaguars Right

    After calling EA Sports out on the five biggest Jaguars-related mistakes in Madden 11 yesterday, it's time to reconcile by applauding five Jacksonville players whose virtual versions are spot-on...

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  6. Madden 11 Ratings: EA Got Derrick Harvey, Jacksonville Jaguars Wrong

    The game developers at EA Sports put out a great NFL product most years, but sometimes it seems like those guys don't watch any games...

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  7. Jacksonville Jaguars Training Camp Features Five Big Battles in 2010

    Unfortunately, Paul McQuistan versus Walter Curry isn't among them. McQuistan and Curry—both facing long odds to make the Jaguars' final 53-man roster—were the biggest names of Jacksonville's organized team activities for a day back in June..

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  8. Leaner, Meaner in 2010: Jacksonville Jaguars' Eugene Monroe Cuts Weight

    This (pictured) is Eugene Monroe, Jacksonville's first round pick—the eighth overall—in 2009. He doesn't look out of shape, especially for an NFL offensive lineman: big arms, big shoulders, big base...

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  9. Jacksonville Jaguars Preview: 10 Players Who Need to Break Out in 2010

    Reputations are made and broken in every NFL season. As hard months of summer work kick in, players step up and shed their labels of yesteryear. The 2010 campaign, kicking off in just over two months, will be no different...

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  10. A Zero-to-"LeBron" Scale: How Badly Would Jacksonville Miss the Jaguars?

    Since Thursday and "The Decision" heard 'round the world, Jaguars fans in Jacksonville have been able to see the real devastation of a fan base on their television sets, in their newspapers, and through the outpour of reaction on the Internet...

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  11. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Oranje For Spain? Dutch Don't Want Deutsch in Final

    While disposing of Cup upstarts Uruguay 3-2 Tuesday, Holland put on an entertaining show of solo artistry that will doom them to a second-place finish should they face Germany in Sunday's final...

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  12. The Handball Lynching: FIFA Mulling Longer Ban for Uruguay's Luis Suarez

    After taking a night to sleep on Luis Suarez's last-ditch handball, which preserved Uruguay for their eventual shootout win over Ghana in Friday's quarterfinal, FIFA's disciplinary committee may have woken up still seeing red...

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  13. The Hand of God: Luis Suarez and Uruguay Crush Africa's World Cup Dreams

    In 1986, Argentina's Diego Maradona claimed that his controversial Cup-winning goal had been scored "a little with the head of Maradona and a little with the hand of God...

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  14. 2010 FIFA World Cup: No More Brazil! Spectators Lose "Beautiful" Crutch

    As the final whistle blew in South Africa Friday, ending Holland's stunning 2-1 quarterfinal comeback win over Brazil, this tournament became infinitely more watchable...

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  15. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Frank Lampard No-Goal Pays 44-Year Debt To Germany

    Facing a 2-1 deficit against the Germans on Sunday, England's Frank Lampard took a pass from forward Jermain Defoe near the top of the box and struck a nifty chip shot up and over goalkeeper Manuel Neuer...

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  16. 2010 FIFA World Cup Bracket: Picking the First Weekend's Games

    Over the past two weeks, the group stage weeded out half of the 32 teams in the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Now, soccer's biggest competition assumes a format more familiar to American fans: a bracket...

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  17. The AFC South as 2010 World Cup's Group of Death: Who Matches the Jags?

    Every four years, Americans' annual summer-long gridiron football withdrawal is relieved (for those open-minded among us) by the World Cup—association football's biggest event, something like the love child of the Super Bowl and the Olympics...

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  18. Who is Tyson Alualu? B/R Interviews the Jacksonville Jaguars' Top Pick

    When the Jacksonville Jaguars chose California defensive lineman Tyson Alualu with the 2010 NFL Draft's 10th overall pick, fans' surprise was palpable—not only in every living ...

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  19. Moving to Los Angeles? Jacksonville Jaguars Bridled by Ill-Advised Lease

    If an NFL franchise has ever suffered from Stockholm syndrome, it's the Jaguars. This year, the team's "bold" goal is to sell enough season tickets to fill Jacksonville Municipal Stadium's ...

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  20. Will Darren Sharper Be Among Jacksonville Jaguars' New Leaders in 2010?

    On the surface, the lack of turnover in the Jaguars' starting lineup after last year's season-ending four-game losing streak might seem surprising...

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  21. Can the Jacksonville Jaguars Find Their Next QB in the 2011 NFL Draft?

    The Jaguars chose not to address the quarterback position in the 2010 NFL Draft, passing on noteworthy prospects such as Notre Dame's Jimmy Clausen and Cincinnati's Tony Pike in favor of the best players on general manager Gene Smith's draft board...

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  22. Forget Tim Tebow, Jacksonville Jaguars' Draft Judged by Others' Success

    Jacksonville's favorite son was never going to be a Jaguar. When asked about the selection of California defensive lineman Tyson Alualu 10th overall, general manager Gene Smith was ...

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  23. NFL Draft Grades 2010: Jacksonville Jaguars Judged on Moves Missed, Made

    Coming into the draft's first day, Jacksonville general manager Gene Smith had six picks to keep building the roster he took over in 2009...

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  24. 2010 NFL Draft: Jacksonville Jaguars' Third Day Picks Focus on FCS Finds

    Last year, Jacksonville general manager Gene Smith called on prospects from under-the-radar schools William & Mary, Liberty, and Nebraska-Omaha—cornerback Derek Cox, running back Rashad Jennings, and tight end Zach Miller, respectively...

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  25. 2010 NFL Draft: Jacksonville Jaguars' Pick Lands Oakland LB Kirk Morrison

    So much for missing out on a middle linebacker in this year's draft. After watching Alabama's Rolando McClain and Penn State's Sean Lee get drafted ahead of their picks in the first ...

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