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Topic - Uche Nwaneri
The Jacksonville Jaguars wasted little time upgrading their offensive line in free agency.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have released veteran guard Uche Nwaneri, who started 63 of the team's last 64 games and didn't miss a snap last season.
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.
"We knew MoJo was going to get going," Nwaneri said. "It's something that develops over time. Going into the last quarter of the season, he's playing his best ball right now and we're doing as good a job as we've done all season getting him holes and space to run. It's timed out just right."
"We want him to be the No. 1 rusher in the league," guard Uche Nwaneri said.