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Jags' WR Williams To Have Surgery

Jacksonville Jaguars' receiver Reggie Williams will have arthroscopic surgery after re-injuring his right knee during training camp, the third setback in two weeks for

Williams initially hurt his knee while working out last week and opened camp on the physically unable to perform list.


Porter Will Miss Time With Hamstring Injury

Jaguars' receiver Jerry Porter will miss part of training camp with a lingering hamstring injury, according to ESPN.com's John Clayton.

Porter hurt the hamstring toward the end of an offseason practice in May, but it has yet to heal. Jacksonville does anticipate that he'll be ready for the beginning of the season.

Porter played 16 games for the Raiders last season, catching 44 passes for 705 yards and six touchdowns. He signed a six-year, $30.4 million contract with the Jags this offseason.


Jaguars' DB Williams Not Guilty On Drunk Driving Charges

Jaguars' defensive back Brian Williams has been found not guilty of drunk driving after a night of partying, according to an Associated Press report on Thursday.

Via AP

Jags' WR Jones Faces Felony Drug Charge

Jaguars' wide receiver Matt Jones faces a felony drug charge in his former college town after police say he was inside a car cutting up cocaine with a credit card, according to an Associated Press report.

The 25-year-old Jones and two others were arrested early Thursday. A police report said officers approached the car, and an officer drew his handgun after Jones did not immediately show his hands.

Via AP

Report: Jaguars For Sale

A report in the Philadelphia Daily News on Wednesday claims that team owner Wayne Weaver is negotiating to sell the team to billionaire C. Dean Metropoulos, who would like to move the team to Los Angeles, according to The Florida Times-Union.

The team has refused to comment while Metropoulos denies the report.

"I must tell you I haven't had any such discussions," Metropoulos was quoted in the Daily News. "I wouldn't know how to give you any credibility to that because I don't know anything about it."

Weaver has consistently denied any interest in selling in the team although he acknowledged last year that he was looking for additional investors.

Via The Florida Times-Union

Jaguars Jul 2008 Archive

  • Owner: Jaguars Not For Sale

    Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver said on Thursday, in response to a newspaper report, that his team is not for sale and is not going anywhere.