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FEMALE FRIDAY: This smoking hot Jaguars cheerleader is a Halloween treat

Football is amazing!
Check out this smoking hot Jacksonville Jaguars cheerleader:
via http://imgur.com/gallery/Vxfaknq
It’s like Christmas came early.
On Halloween!
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Jaguars expect to have LT Luke Joeckel available against Bengals

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The Jacksonville Jaguars expect to have left tackle Luke Joeckel available for Sunday’s game at Cincinnati.
Joeckel missed the second half of last week’s loss to Miami with a concussion.
The second-year player did not practice Wednesday, but got in limited work Thursday and was full go Friday. He was listed as probable on Friday’s injury report.
Jaguars coach Gus Bradley says he “would be shocked” if Joeckel didn’t play against the Bengals. Joeckel went through the NFL’s concussion protocol this week and hasn’t had any symptoms since Tuesday.
Joeckel says he is “ready to play. I missed out on Wednesday’s practice, but I’ve been involved with all the meetings, so I’m ready to go.”

Jaguars expect to have LT Luke Joeckel available against Bengals

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The Jacksonville Jaguars expect to have left tackle Luke Joeckel available for Sunday’s game at Cincinnati.
Joeckel missed the second half of last week’s loss to Miami with a concussion.
The second-year player did not practice Wednesday, but got in limited work Thursday and was full go Friday. He was listed as probable on Friday’s injury report.
Jaguars coach Gus Bradley says he “would be shocked” if Joeckel didn’t play against the Bengals. Joeckel went through the NFL’s concussion protocol this week and hasn’t had any symptoms since Tuesday.
Joeckel says he is “ready to play. I missed out on Wednesday’s practice, but I’ve been involved with all the meetings, so I’m ready to go.”

Jaguars expect lineman Joeckel to play at Bengals

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) The Jacksonville Jaguars expect to have left tackle Luke Joeckel available for Sunday’s game at Cincinnati.
Joeckel missed the second half of last week’s loss to Miami with a concussion.
The second-year player did not practice Wednesday, but got in limited work Thursday and was full go Friday. He was listed as probable on Friday’s injury report.
Jaguars coach Gus Bradley says he ”would be shocked” if Joeckel didn’t play against the Bengals. Joeckel went through the NFL’s concussion protocol this week and hasn’t had any symptoms since Tuesday.
Joeckel says he is ”ready to play. I missed out on Wednesday’s practice, but I’ve been involved with all the meetings, so I’m ready to go.”

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Jacksonville Jaguars season could be affected if these Week 9 bold predictions come true

Anyone can pick games. Whether selecting winners or making guesses against the spread, it’s essentially an exercise in flipping a coin.
But providing some specifics about what’s going to happen in a game, detailing how things are going to play out, takes some thought, imagination and guts. And it actually provides some insight into what’s going to transpire on Sunday and Monday.
So with that thought in mind, here are five bold predictions for Week 9 in the NFL:
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5. Robert Griffin III has a big return
Welcome back, RGIII!
Most people are waiting for RGIII to fall on his face when he returns to the Redskins lineup this weekend; it’s almost as though they are rooting for it. But during his absence, Jay Gruden has proven to be a pretty astute coach. So his decision to go back to the former Heisman Trophy winner should be trusted. Watch RGIII prove his coach right, combining for four touchdowns (through the air or on the ground) against the Vikings.

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Jacksonville Jaguars fans will love new list ripping everything about rivals as overhyped

Yawn. That’s how the sports world collectively responded to Tuesday’s trade deadline in the NFL, a much-anticipated day that wound up generating less than Al Capone’s vault. Aside from a couple of transactions made by the lowly Buccaneers, involving a couple of players that most people had never heard of, the deadline came and went without anyone noticing.
Given the hype that surrounds the NFL nowadays, where everything that happens in the league is trumpeted like it’s headline news, the trade deadline being much ado about nothing isn’t exactly shocking; it’s to be expected. But it’s also not the only thing that gets more attention than it rightfully deserves.
The league is filled with overhyped things, people, events, etc. From coast to coast, there are aspects of the NFL that garner way more interest than they deserve.
Who and what makes that list? Here are 10 things more overhyped than the NFL trade deadline:
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10. Jerry’s World
It’s a stadium, not a UFO
Yes, AT&T Stadium is a state

Jaguars News and Notes: More Injuries in Secondary

The Jacksonville Jaguars are going to have to finish the season with yet another defensive player being placed in injured reserve.The team announced, through its website on Wednesday that cornerback Alan Ball was placed on season ending injured reserve. Last week, the team placed linebacker and leading tackler Paul Posluszny on season ending IR and also announced that defensive end Andre Branch would be out 6-8 weeks with a groin injury.According to jaguars.com, Ball, a seventh-year veteran and a starter in 22 of 24 games since joining the Jaguars as an unrestricted free agent in the 2013 offseason, finished the 2014 season with an interception, three passes defensed and 22 tackles. He had two interceptions and 14 passes defensed in 2013, when he started 15 games.Second-year veterans Dwayne Gratz and Demetrius McCray started against Miami last week with Ball injured. Gratz had opened the season at left corner starting opposite Ball, with McCray taking over that spot after Gratz sust…

Jaguars place cornerback Alan Ball on injured reserve

The Jacksonville Jaguars placed cornerback Alan Ball on injured reserve Wednesday with a biceps injury, meaning their starting defensive backfield for the rest of the season will likely consist entirely of second-year players.
Ball, a seventh-year pro who the Jaguars signed to a two-year contract as an unrestricted free agent in March 2013, suffered the injury during their 24-6 victory Oct. 19 over the Cleveland Browns. After flying to San Francisco last week to get a second medical opinion, he wound up being among the six players listed as inactive for their 27-13 loss to the Miami Dolphins.
Ball started in 15 of 16 games a year ago and the first seven games of this season. He still has the only interception by a member of the Jaguars’ secondary, with that coming in the second quarter of their opener Sept. 7 at Philadelphia.
All four starters against the Dolphins were players drafted in 2013, and that should again be the case Sunday at Cincinnati. Cornerbacks Dwayne Gratz and D…

Jaguars sign former small school defensive back; Place Alan Ball on I/R

The Jacksonville Jaguars have announced that they are placing CB Alan Ball on season-ending injured reserve Wednesday and signing CB Tommie Campbell to take his place on their roster. Campbell, 27, is a former seventh-round pick of the Tennessee Titans back in 2011. He spent three years with Tennessee before he was placed on waivers as the […] The post Jaguars sign former small school defensive back; Place Alan Ball on I/R appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.

Four NFL teams that dropped the ball at the trade deadline

While the NFL is in midst of a season that can be defined by parity, there are teams out there that are currently completely out of playoff contention heading into the second half of the season. And with the trade deadline now moved back until after Week 8, these teams had an opportunity to shed some contracts and rid themselves of some veterans that won’t play much of a role in their long-term plans. Unfortunately, every single one of these cellar-dwellers (with a possible exception of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers) dropped the ball big time here. Tampa Bay sent linebacker Jonathan Casillas to the New England Patriots and safety Mark Barron to the St. Louis Rams for a fourth and sixth rounder. While Tampa Bay was busy adding to its stockpile of picks for the 2015 NFL draft, other bottom feeders were quiet. The assumption here is that there would have been some interest level for the following players if these teams didn’t comes to the table with absurd trade demands. New York Jets Here is a team that could

VIDEO: This Jacksonville Jaguars Game of Thrones intro wins the internet today

Trivia question: What is the only thing in the world that is better than the NFL?
Answer: The NFL mixed with Game of Thrones.
Check out this awesome fan-made Jacksonville Jaguars intro inspired by the epic HBO fantasy series:

If that music can make the Jaugars seem epic then I’m pretty sure it would work for anything.
Even an old man eating tomato soup?
Yes.
Even an old man eating tomato soup.
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Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles announced as a top goat from Week 8

Nearly midway through the 2014 NFL season, the league is starting to take shape. It’s easier and easier to see what teams are contenders and which ones are just not ready for primetime.
How did each team get to their current point? In part, it was because of the performance, good or bad, of some key players and coaches. Some helped their team, while others hurt the squad.
Who fell into each category? Here are the “Heroes and Goats” from Week 8:

HERO NO. 5
New Orleans rode Ingram to a big home win
Mark Ingram – The Saints hung 44 points on the Packers en route to a big win a home, a victory that keeps them right in the thick of things in the extremely mediocre NFC South. That type of output would lead most to believe that Drew Brees carried New Orleans, but that’s only part of the story. On Sunday night, it was the Saints running game that opened up the offense, led by Ingram’s 24-carry, 172-yard, one-touchdown performance against Green Bay.

GOAT NO. 5
Jones was among many goats for Atlanta
Julio

Could defensive end Chris Clemons be coming back to the Seahawks today?

Last week I made a list of Super bowl veterans that the Seattle Seahawks are missing the most. That list included retired wide receiver Sidney Rice, fullback Michael Robinson and defensive linemen Red Bryant and Chris Clemons.
If you put a gun to my head and said I could only choose one of those players to bring back to Seattle I would say Clemons without thinking about it for more than a fraction of a second.
Seahawks release defensive end Chris Clemons – http://t.co/2pKxwZYUIa pic.twitter.com/Wfix0AQkzm
— KOMO News (@komonews) March 12, 2014

Should you happen to agree, I’ve got good news. It’s possible he could be back in a Seahawks uniform in a few hours. Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports had this to say yesterday about the Jacksonville Jaguars and what they should do at the trade deadline:
“Defensive end Chris Clemons is kinda exactly what the Seahawks are looking for, isn’t he? To try to boost their sagging front seven and put a charge in the pass rush? And, oh yeah, he spent the …

Jaguars finally have a running back; Denard Robinson looks great

The Jacksonville Jaguars needed a running back to step up this year, and they have finally found their man.  Denard Robinson rushed for 100 yards in back-to-back games which is the first time that has happened since 2011 with Maurice Jones Drew. Robinson rushed for 108 yards on 18 carries — 90 yards in the […]
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Jaguars rookie quarterback tells the media “I’m killing us”

This year Blake Bortles has made several mistakes, but nothing that kept the team out of the game.  Well this week Bortles mistakes did in fact kill the team. Bortles had three turnovers including two pick sixes.  Bortles responded to the media after the game admitting he was at fault. “I’m killing us,” Bortles said […] The post Jaguars rookie quarterback tells the media “I’m killing us” appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.