Jacksonville Jaguars

2nd AFC South (--)

Founded: 1995

Stadium: EverBank Field

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  • Malik Jackson: Jags 'going to win the Super Bowl'

    Jacksonville went an abysmal 3-13 in 2016, but one Jaguars player has much higher standards set for 2017. Defensive lineman Malik Jackson said the Jags will win the Super Bowl this season.
  • 'Boys work out RB Robinson

    Shoelace took a meeting in the Lone Star State this week. Former Jaguars running back Denard Robinson worked out with the Cowboys on Thursday, NFL Network's Jane Slater reported Friday.
  • Jaguars will work out free-agent TE Barnidge

    Free-agent tight end Gary Barnidge, the former Cleveland Browns pass-catcher, is set to meet with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Tuesday, a source informed told NFL Network's James Palmer.
  • Jaguars DE Fowler arrested on a pair of misdemeanor charges

    Jaguars pass-rusher Dante Fowler was arrested Tuesday night in St. Petersburg, Florida, on misdemeanor charges of simple battery and mischief, according to the St. Petersburg Police Dept.
  • Rookies for 5 NFL teams report to camp today

    The winds of winter have begun to gust lightly in the NFL's direction. Rookies from five NFL teams -- the Bears, Jaguars, Ravens, Cowboys and Saints -- report to training camp on Wednesday.
  • Brunell makes HOF case for ex-Jags Taylor, Boselli

    Mark Brunell said on "Good Morning Football" on Wednesday that two of his former teammates in Jacksonville, running back Fred Taylor and offensive tackle Tony Boselli, belong in the Hall of Fame.
  • Brunell 'can't think of a better guy' for Jags now than Coughlin

    Former NFL quarterback Mark Brunell is living proof that a rigid Tom Coughlin regime can succeed in Jacksonville. Brunell is expecting a big improvement from the Jaguars in 2017.
  • THIS is the Jags' year!! (For real this time)

    Yes, Adam Rank knows about the boy who cried wolf. But seriously, it's time for Jacksonville's rise! With talent like Jalen Ramsey and Leonard Fournette, the Jags are poised to make noise.
  • Fournette: First day in full pads in Jaguars camp will be 'crazy'

    For most incoming rookies, it's safe to say that we cannot make a sound judgement before the pads come on. But for Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette, that might ring especially true.
  • Jaguars DB Ramsey undergoes surgery

    Jaguars DB Jalen Ramsey went under the knife Thursday, the team announced Friday. The defensive back had surgery to treat a core muscle injury that developed during organized team activities.
  • Bortles 'to exhaust every resource' to make Jaguars a winner

    Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles is tired of seeing the losing in Jacksonville. The former first-round pick told media members Wednesday he's "sick and tired of being below average."
  • Marrone: Albert told me he'll be at Jags minicamp

    Branden Albert told head coach Doug Marrone that he will be at minicamp next week. Marrone told reporters that he takes Albert for his word but will wait to focus on the left tackle until he gets there.
Draft 2017 more
Pick Player
Rd 1, Pick 4 (4) Fournette, Leonard RB 
Rd 2, Pick 2 (34) Robinson, Cam OT 
Rd 3, Pick 4 (68) Smoot, Dawuane DE 
Rd 4, Pick 3 (110) Westbrook, Dede WR 
Rd 5, Pick 4 (148) Brown, Blair LB 
Rd 7, Pick 4 (222) Myrick, Jalen CB 
Rd 7, Pick 22 (240) Williams, Marquez FB 
Scoreboard more
Lucas Oil Stadium - Wk 17 1 2 3 4 T
Jacksonville Jaguars 10 7 0 3 20
Indianapolis Colts 0 3 14 7 24
Schedule more
Wk Date Opponent Time
P1 Thu, Aug 10 @ New England 7:30 PM ET
P2 Thu, Aug 17 Tampa Bay 8:00 PM ET
P3 Thu, Aug 24 Carolina 7:30 PM ET
P4 Thu, Aug 31 @ Atlanta 7:00 PM ET
1 Sun, Sep 10 @ Houston 1:00 PM ET
2 Sun, Sep 17 Tennessee 1:00 PM ET
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Injuries more
Player (Pos) Injury
No Injuries Reported
Postseason Leaders more
Passing Att Cmp Yds TDs
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Rushing Car Yds Avg TDs
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Receiving Rec Yds Avg TDs
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Transactions more
Date Transaction
6/21 Demetrius Rhaney (C) Assigned via Waivers (assigned via waivers).
6/15 Taurean Nixon (CB) Assigned via Waivers (assigned via waivers).
5/22 Brian Dixon (DB) Free Agent Signing (free agent signing).
5/22 Tyler Patmon (DB) Free Agent Signing (free agent signing).
AFC South more
Team W L T Win %
Houston 0 0 0 .000
Jacksonville 0 0 0 .000
Indianapolis 0 0 0 .000
Tennessee 0 0 0 .000

Head Coach more

Doug Marrone

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Doug Marrone was named the fifth head coach of the Jaguars on Jan. 9, 2017 after previously serving as the team's interim head coach for the final two games of the 2016 season. Marrone was originally hired as the team's assistant head coach-offense/offensive line coach on January 20, 2015, following a two-year stint as the head coach for the Buffalo Bills (2013-14).

In 2016, Marrone's offensive line allowed 34 sacks, 17 fewer than last season (51 sacks allowed) and 37 fewer than in 2014 (71 sacks allowed). The Jaguars' 34 sacks allowed were the fewest sacks allowed by the team since it yielded 31 sacks in 2007.

In his first season with the Jaguars in 2015, Marrone helped the offensive line provide protection for QB Blake Bortles, who set single-season franchise records with 355 completions, 606 pass attempts, 4,428 yards and 35 touchdowns. In addition, Marrone's squad blocked for rookie RB T.J. Yeldon, who accounted for 740 rushing yards and 279 receiving yards in 2015, becoming the first Jaguars rookie to surpass 1,000 scrimmage yards since Maurice Jones-Drew (1,377) in 2006. Yeldon also placed third among AFC RBs in 2016 with 84.9 scrimmage yards per game, trailing only LeSean McCoy and Chris Ivory.

Prior to joining the Jaguars, Marrone compiled a 15-17 mark at the Bills helm including a 9-7 mark in 2014, the team's most wins since 2004. He became only the third coach in Bills history to win 15 games in his first two seasons (Marv Levy, 19; Wade Phillips, 21). The Bills had six Pro Bowl selections during Marrone's two seasons.

The Bills had three different players with 60 receptions in 2014 for the first time in team history (Fred Jackson, 65; Sammy Watkins, 62; Robert Woods, 61) and the club produced six individual 100-yard receiving games. Watkins set team rookie records for receptions and receiving yards (982). The Bills ranked sixth in the NFL in 2014 with a plus-seven turnover differential.

In 2013, Marrone's offensive unit led the AFC and finished second in the NFL in rushing (144.2 avg.) while also leading the league with 95.5 pct. red zone efficiency mark. Rookie quarterback E.J. Manuel started 10 games and set team rookie records for passing touchdowns (11) and completions (180).

Prior to joining the Bills, Marrone spent four seasons (2009-12) as the head coach of his alma mater, Syracuse, where he led the program to a 21-17 record in the last three seasons. He guided the Orange to an 8-5 mark in 2010 and 2012 and both seasons culminated with a New Era Pinstripe Bowl championship. The Orange set several school records in 2012, including total yards (5,681), passing yards (3,619) and first downs (300). Marrone earned the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Region 1 Coach of the Year honors in 2011 and was a finalist for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award.

Marrone spent seven seasons in the NFL (2002-08) before becoming a collegiate head coach. From 2006-08, Marrone served as the offensive coordinator for the New Orleans Saints. He directed an offense that led the NFL in total offense (391.5 avg. in 2006; 410.7 avg. in 2008) and passing yards per game (281.4 avg. in 2006; 311.1 in 2008) in two different seasons (2006-08). The Saints' offensive line held their opponents to the fewest sacks allowed in the NFL in 2006 (16) and tied for the fewest sacks in the NFL from 2006-08 with 52 despite leading the NFL with 1,868 passing attempts during that span. Quarterback Drew Brees captured the NFL passing title in 2006 (4,418 yards) and 2008 (5,069) and became just the second passer in NFL history to eclipse 5,000 passing yards (Dan Marino, 1984).

Prior to his arrival in New Orleans, the franchise had never had a 4,000-yard passer or registered more than 5,700 yards of offense. Brees eclipsed 4,000 passing yards and the offense posted more than 5,700 yards in each of Marrone's three seasons with the Saints. The Saints established a team record with an NFL-best 6,264 yards of offense in 2006, 5,780 in 2007 (4th in the NFL) and led the NFL again in 2008 with 6,571 yards.

In Marrone's first season as an NFL offensive coordinator in 2006, left tackle Jammal Brown was voted to the All-Pro team and to the Pro Bowl in his first year at the position, while guard Jahri Evans was a unanimous All-Rookie selection. The Saints ranked fourth in in the NFL in 2007 for total offense and set an NFL record for completions (440) and had franchise bests for passing first downs (222), attempts (652), touchdown passes (28) and completion percentage (67.5). In 2008, the Saints led the NFL in total offense while setting team records for points (463), total yards (6,571), net passing yards (4,977), touchdowns (57) and first downs (354).

Marrone was the offensive line coach of the New York Jets from 2002-05 and the team made two postseason appearances (2002, 2004) with him on the staff. In 2004, the Jets produced the NFL’s third-best rushing offense (149.3 avg.) and Curtis Martin led the NFL with 1,697 rushing yards.

Before arriving in New York, Marrone served as tight ends/tackles coach at the University of Tennessee in 2001. He spent the 2000 season at the University of Georgia as offensive line coach after spending the previous five seasons (1995-99) at Georgia Tech where he was part of three consecutive bowl appearances. He was director of football operations for the Yellow Jackets in 1995 before coaching the tight ends in 1996 and offensive line from 1997-99.

Marrone began his coaching career in 1992 at Cortland (N.Y.) State as the school’s tight ends coach before having stints as the offensive line coach at U.S. Coast Guard Academy (1993) and Northeastern University in 1994. A native of Bronx, New York, Marrone was a sixth-round draft pick of the Los Angeles Raiders in 1986 and played two years in the NFL. He played with the Miami Dolphins in 1987 and with the Saints in 1989. He also had playing stints with Pittsburgh, Dallas and Minnesota before closing his career with the NFL Europe’s London Monarchs from 1991-92. Marrone was a three-year letterman at Syracuse. He returned to Syracuse and graduated in 1991 with a degree in liberal arts.

Doug and his wife, Helen, have two daughters, Madeline and Annie, and a son, Mack.

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  1. Published: Sept. 11, 2016 at 04:16 p.m.

    Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson hangs onto the ball despite a hit for 22-yard gain

  2. Published: Sept. 11, 2016 at 03:11 p.m.

    Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles finds wide reciver Allen Hurns for 37-yard gain.

  3. Published: Sept. 11, 2016 at 02:32 p.m.

    Jaguars Blake Bortles finds Julius Thomas for 22-yard touchdown

  4. Published: Sept. 11, 2016 at 01:43 p.m.

    Jaguars T.J. Yeldon breaks through tackle for 5-yard touchdown.

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