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NFL Now Has 10 Teams In Marijuana-Legal States

Nov 9, 2016 1:36 PM

With Tuesday's elections, 10 NFL teams play in a state where marijuana has been legalized medically or recreationally.

California and Massachusetts joined Washington and Colorado as states where marijuana can be consumed for any purpose. If the Raiders relocate to Las Vegas, that won't change as Nevada has legalized marijuana for recreational purposes.

Florida is one of various states to legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes. 

The NFL previously justified their ongoing ban because federal law considers marijuana as a controlled substance.

The 49ers, Raiders, Rams, Chargers and Patriots joined the Seahawks, Broncos, Jaguars, Dolphins and Buccaneers.

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Jaguars Fire Offensive Coordinator Greg Olson

Oct 29, 2016 6:12 PM

The Jacksonville Jaguars have fired offensive coordinator Greg Olson.

Quarterbacks coach Nathaniel Hackett will take over playcalling duties. He previously served as the offensive coordinator with Buffalo in 2013-14 under head coach Doug Marrone, who is now the Jaguars' offensive line coach.

"Greg was a tremendous asset and always put all of his effort in doing everything he can to help in his players' improvement," Gus Bradley said in a statement. "He did some great things with our offense over the past two seasons, and for that, we are very appreciative.

"After a thorough evaluation, I came to the conclusion that with the direction that our offense was headed, it was best to make a change moving forward."

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Jaguars Won't Make Coaching Change After Latest Loss

Oct 28, 2016 8:02 AM

The Jacksonville Jaguars won't make a coaching change despite back-to-back embarrassing losses.

After the team's 36-22 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Thursday night, owner Shad Khan said, "Actions speak louder than words. Very little for me to say." He later added that Gus Bradley would not be fired.

A source close to the team confirmed that Bradley will not be fired. The coach is 14-41 in four seasons.

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Jaguars Owner Met With Players, Coaches After Loss To Raiders

Oct 27, 2016 7:33 AM

Shad Khan met with Jacksonville Jaguars players and coaches on Monday night in the wake of his 54th loss since he purchased the team in 2011, according to sources.

The meeting was at the team facility, and the tone was reportedly not confrontational.

Khan asked several players their opinion of why the team has struggled this season, and several other players spoke on their own, according to the source.

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Blake Bortles More Comfortable With Up-Tempo Approach

Oct 20, 2016 8:03 AM

Blake Bortles deferred to the Jacksonville Jaguars' coaching staff, but made it clear on Wednesday that he's more comfortable when the team takes an up-tempo approach on offense.

The Jaguars adopted an up-tempo approach last Sunday against the Chicago Bears when trailing 13-0. From the 1:53 mark in the third quarter, Bortles was 13-of-18 passing for 187 yards with a touchdown. Prior to that he had been 7-of-15 passing for 84 yards with an interception.

"We were able to find a rhythm," Bortles said. "I thought we did a good job kind of handling the adversity."

When asked if he thought the Jaguars should switch to the approach sooner against the Oakland Raiders this weekend, Bortles deferred.

"I think that's something for [Greg Olson] and Gus [Bradley] to decide on," he said. "It's good to have it, have confidence in it and know we have it if we need it."

Bortles pointed out why a faster pace helps him.

"It's easier to find a rhythm, I believe," he said. "I feel comfortable in it. I feel good in it. Our offense feels good and comfortable in it and we do a good job moving the ball."

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Blake Bortles: I Haven't Played Well Enough

Sep 22, 2016 8:32 AM

The Jacksonville Jaguars are 0-2 for the third time in four years and Blake Bortles is taking much of the blame, while defending Gus Bradley.

"He's an unbelievable head coach, and we take full responsibility in everything that we've done," Bortles said. "I as a quarterback haven't played well in two games, and our offense hasn't played well in two games. For anything to change, I'm going to have to play better."

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Chris Ivory Released From Hospital, Status Uncertain

Sep 14, 2016 6:44 AM

Chris Ivory was released from a local Jacksonville hospital on Tuesday, but his status for Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers remains uncertain.

Ivory had been hospitalized since Sunday morning for what the team said was a general medical condition. He had been limited in practice last week with a calf injury, but the reason for his hospitalization was unrelated.

The running back signed a five-year, $32 million contract with the Jaguars in March.

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Chris Ivory Remains Hospitalized With General Medical Issue

Sep 12, 2016 3:58 PM

Chris Ivory remains hospitalized with a general medical issue, the Jacksonville Jaguars have announced.

Ivory was surprisingly inactive on Sunday after he was admitted to the hospital. The Jaguars didn't specify the issue.

"I talked to him before [we went to the hospital] and I talked to him afterward," Gus Bradley said. "He was down, obviously, not being able to play in the game and afterward. He just wants to get better."

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Chris Ivory Admitted To Hospital For General Medical Issue

Sep 11, 2016 1:10 PM

Chris Ivory was admitted to a Jacksonville hospital Sunday morning with what the team is calling a general medical issue.

The Jaguars later released a statement saying that Ivory was "doing well and is expected to be released from the hospital in the next day or two."

A source told ESPN's Jeff Darlington that Ivory was admitted for precautionary reasons, resulting from an issue unrelated to his calf.

The Jaguars signed Ivory to a five-year, $32 million contract in March.

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Jaguars Aren't Holding Back Dante Fowler

Aug 2, 2016 9:41 AM

The Jacksonville Jaguars aren't holding back Dante Fowler, who is returning from a torn ACL that ruined his rookie season.

The young defensive end has been a full go in training camp.

"I think you are seeing him. We are not holding him back right now," Gus Bradley said. "I think the challenge for us is how long can he play at that level. Can he do that 70 plays? Can he do that 50 plays? ... So that is the challenge for him, but I have been impressed with him."

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Greg Hardy Works Out For Jaguars
Greg Hardy was suspended 10 games during the 2015 season though it was later reduced to four games on appeal.

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Shad Khan: Jaguars Fans Should Expect 'Winning Organization'
Shad Khan told USA Today on Monday that Jacksonville has the best roster that general manager Dave Caldwell and head coach Gus Bradley have put together yet.

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Jaguars Plan To Use No-Huddle Offense More In 2016
Blake Bortles, who is entering his third year, attempted fewer than 40 passes without a huddle in 2015, but threw two touchdowns without an interception.

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Jaguars Sign Allen Hurns To Four-Year, $40M Extension
Allen Hurns' contract includes $20 million in guaranteed money for the third-year wide receiver.

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Jalen Ramsey Has Small Tear In Meniscus
The Jaguars expect Jalen Ramsey to be available for Week 1 of the regular season.

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Chris Ivory Agrees To Sign With Jaguars
Chris Ivory will split carries with TJ Yeldon with the Jaguars.

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Malik Jackson Agrees To Six-Year, $90M Deal With Jaguars
The contract for Malik Jackson includes $42 million in guaranteed money.

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Jaguars Close To Re-Signing Chad Henne
Chad Henne has worked well with Blake Bortles serving as his backup.

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Patriots, Panthers Have Best 2016 Super Bowl Odds (All Teams Listed)
The Broncos have the ninth best odds at 18-1.

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Seahawks Lead NFL In DVOA For 4th Straight Season (Infographic)
The Seahawks, Bengals, Cardinals, Panthers and Chiefs finished the 2015 regular season in the top-10 in both Offensive and Defensive DVOA.

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Jaguars Retain Gus Bradley For 2016 Season
Gus Bradley has a 12-35 record over three seasons.

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Justin Blackmon Arrested For DUI
Justin Blackmon has been arrested twice since being indefinitely suspended by the NFL.

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Joey Bosa, Paxton Lynch Go 1st, 2nd In First McShay Draft
Todd McShay has Joey Bosa going first overall to the Titans in his initial mock for the 2016 NFL Draft.

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Allen Hurns Ruled Out For Week 13 With Concussion
Allen Hurns suffered the concussion in the final minutes against San Diego last week.

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Doug Marrone Compared To Young Bill Parcells
Doug Marrone has spent this season with the Jaguars after controversially opting out of his deal with the Bills.

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NFL Exaggerates Numbers, Yahoo's Broadcast Averaged Just 1.64M Viewers
Roger Goodell said on ESPN Radio that "over 15 million people were viewing the game," but it averaged just 1.64 million viewers.

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Yahoo Draws 15.2M Unique Viewers For Jaguars-Bills
Thirty-three percent of streams were from international users.

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Gus Bradley's Job With Jaguars Safe This Season, Next Season
Gus Bradley was hired by the Jaguars in 2013 after several seasons as defensive coordinator of the Seahawks.

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TruMedia Networks Hires Dean Oliver As VP Of Data Science
Dean Oliver was most recently in the front office of the Sacramento Kings.

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Jaguars Were Unaware Of Bernard Pierce's Concussion
Jaguars medical personnel were unaware that he was experiencing concussion symptoms until Bernard Pierce told them about an hour after the game.

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