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Allen Robinson: Every team knows what I'm capable of
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson played in just one game in 2017 before tearing his ACL but isn't worried that the season-long injury could sink his free agency value.
Tarps off: Jaguars open up seats for 2018 season
The Jacksonville Jaguars announced Monday the tarps covering the upper bowl at EverBank Field will be permanently removed. Removal of the tarps will provide an additional 3,501 seats.
Blake Bortles undergoes surgery on right wrist
As we approach an intriguing offseason for the Jaguars, a new wrinkle has been added to the quarterback situation. Blake Bortles underwent wrist surgery last week, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Allen Robinson: 'Main focus' is recovery, not contract
With Allen Robinson's contract expiring when the new league year begins this March, what will the Jacksonville Jaguars be willing to offer the wideout who's coming off a serious knee injury?
Blake Bortles: 'I would be thrilled' to stay with Jaguars
The Jacksonville Jaguars have a decision to make when it comes to Blake Bortles as their starting quarterback of the future. The quarterback, though, would love to stay.
Jaguars players aren't happy with penalty discrepancy
The Jacksonville Jaguars were called for six penalties for 98 yards, including two big pass interference flags during Sunday's loss. The New England Patriots were flagged one time for 10 yards.
Jaguars' Jalen Ramsey: 'No positives' to take from loss
Despite all the positives about the Jaguars' year, cornerback Jalen Ramsey wasn't in the mood to spin optimistic after Jacksonville's 24-20 loss to New England.
Jaguars bring in left-footed punter to prepare for Patriots
In preparation for their AFC Championship tilt against the New England Patriots, the Jacksonville Jaguars brought in left-footed punter Brock Miller this week.
Eric Rowe on Bortles: Can't be 'trash' and in title game
Opponents have criticized Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles during the entire 2017 season. However, Bortles' opponent in the AFC Championship Game was quick to praise the signal-caller.
Adam Butler to Jalen Ramsey: Back up Super Bowl call
These Jaguars haven't been here before, and they aren't exactly keeping quiet. The seasoned Patriots, a team that has most definitely been there before, await, and they're sending a warning.