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The Jacksonville Jaguars took the latest step in the franchise's makeover Tuesday, unveiling new uniforms and a two-tone helmet that's sure to elicit positive and negative responses.
It wasn't that long ago that Indianapolis and Jacksonville played for the division title.
One day after the Jacksonville Jaguars took a strong stance on Maurice Jones-Drew's contract situation, the star running back made his feelings equally clear.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have their third starting quarterback in 15 days. They believe this one could be the guy for 15 years.
Looking for a spark after an inconsistent start, Jacksonville Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio challenged Maurice Jones-Drew to run for 150 yards in a game.