Ryan O'Halloran @ryanohalloran The Jaguars began taking care of in-house off-season business on Tuesday by exercising the 2018 contract options on tight end Marcedes Lewis, reserve offensive tackle Josh Wells and reserve guard/center Tyler Shatley.Lewis, a first-round pick in 2006, will return for a 13th season and is the longest current tenured Jaguars player.Lewis started all 16 regular season games in 2017 and had 24 catches for 318 yards and five touchdowns. He also had a touchdown catch...
Ryan O'Halloran @ryanohalloran For the first time in years, the NFL’s franchise tag window is relevant to the Jaguars.The Jaguars have not used the tag in six years, but have the option in their pocket if talks with receiver Allen Robinson do not progress.Teams have from Tuesday until 4 p.m. on March 6 to apply the franchise tag.Created in 1993 to allow teams additional flexibility in keeping their free agents, the franchise tag is a one-year contract that is fully guaranteed upon signing....
Ryan O'Halloran @ryanohalloran The Jaguars want to play their annual London game in the opening quarter of the season.The NFL office wanted to stage the 2018 series closer to mid-season.Guess who won.After playing Indianapolis in Week 4 of 2016 (Oct. 2) and Baltimore in Week 3 of 2017 (Sept. 24), the Jaguars will host the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles in Week 7 (Oct. 21) or Week 8 (Oct. 28) this year.“Ultimately the league makes the call,” Jaguars president Mark Lamping said. “We...
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