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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Had the Jacksonville Jaguars been able to work a deal on Thursday night, offensive lineman’s Jawaan Taylor’s tumble down the NFL draft would have been a little shorter.

Taylor ended up falling to the third pick in the second round before the Jaguars were finally able to move up three spots because of a trade with the Oakland Raiders. They weren’t scared off by reports of medical issues and ended up filling a major need with the player that numerous draft analysts predicted in January and February the team would take with the seventh overall pick.

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“We don’t have any major concerns,” Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell said. “I don’t’ know where that came from. His medical grade was passable.


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“He’s fine. We didn’t have any concerns.”

Taylor called reports that he had a knee injury “definitely false,” saying that he played through a meniscus injury in 2017, but he didn’t have any issues last season. He did not run the 40 at the scouting combine or his pro day because of a hamstring injury.

“I’m 100 percent healthy and ready to go,” Taylor said. “It hurt me a little bit last night that you didn’t see what the reason was I didn’t get picked. … I’m a little upset, but everything happens for a reason.”

Taylor (6-foot-5, 312 pounds) started 35 games at Florida the past three seasons, with 33 coming at right tackle. He should slide into that spot with the Jaguars, who also signed former Cincinnati first-round pick Cedric Ogbuehi last March.

The Jaguars gave up their fourth-round pick (No. 109) to the Raiders to move up from 38 to 35 and the Raiders also gave the Jaguars their fifth-round pick (No. 140) and a seventh-round pick (No. 235). Caldwell said he tried to work out a deal Thursday night to move into the back end of the first round in order to draft Taylor but said he was unwilling to give up one of the team’s two third-round picks.

Caldwell said he didn’t know why Taylor kept falling but was glad he did because it enabled the team to get a player they would have considered at No. 7 had defensive end Josh Allen not been available.

“We thought that he would be long gone by then — people probably say that every year about their second-round pick, right — but teams have different needs and they have different philosophies and different systems and why a guy falls is different for every team,” Caldwell said. “I think teams need guards. Teams need left tackles and here’s a guy that’s predominantly a right tackle. He started 35, 37 games. He’s big, he’s strong, he’s powerful. He did not run his 40 at the combine or throughout the whole spring, so teams may have looked at that, that sometimes teams don’t like to take guys that they don’t have a full workup on.”

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The Jaguars’ offensive line has struggled without injured starters Patrick Omameh and Jermey Parnell, but both are expected to return to practice on Wednesday, according to Coach Doug Marrone.
Parnell, who plays right tackle, has missed three consecutive games with a knee injury. Omameh, who plays left guard, has missed 2 1/2 games with a quad muscle injury.

The Jaguars were held to a season-low 91 yards rushing and Blake Bortles was sacked three times during their 27-24 loss at Arizona on Sunday.

Marrone said wide receiver Allen Hurns is making progress from an ankle injury that forced him to miss the past two games.


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”He’s getting ready, so we’ll see where he is,” Marrone said.

Linebacker Telvin Smith’s status for this week is uncertain because he’s under the NFL’s concussion protocol. He sustained a concussion during Sunday’s game.

Brown makes impression

With Smith out for the second half, rookie Blair Brown earned his first significant action at weak-side linebacker since Week 3 against the Baltimore Ravens in London.

Brown, a fifth-round pick, was on the field for 10 defensive snaps, which matched his season high against the Ravens. He made three tackles, one assisted on Sunday.

“When my number is called, I just have to go out there,’’ Brown said. “At first it (NFL game) was a lot faster than what I’ve experienced in college. But now that I’ve played in a couple of games, I think I’ve transitioned pretty well. I’m always on ready.’’

“He has gotten so much better as the season as gone along,” said defensive captain/middle linebacker Paul Posluszny. “It’s so hard for a rookie and sometimes we forget that, but you’ve seen him get consistently get better each week.”

Most of Brown’s game action has been on special teams. But Marrone said he liked what he saw from Brown at linebacker against the Cardinals.

“He went in there and he was ready to go,” Marrone said. “You’ve got to be ready to go when you get in there and losing someone like obviously Telvin hurts.”

Ngakoue nominated for award

The Jaguars nominated defensive end Yannick Ngakoue for the AFC Player of the Month for November. Ngakoue had 3.5 sacks, including three sack-fumbles, during the month. Two sack-fumbles were recovered for touchdowns and his three forced fumbles were the most in the league.

Ngakoue sacked Cardinals quarterback Blaine Gabbert and forced a fumble early in the fourth quarter that was recovered by Calais Campbell and returned 10 yards for a touchdown that put the Jaguars 17-16 before Arizona rallied.

“On the back end, all the guys (Jaguars defensive backs) covered everybody great,” said Ngakoue, who had the Jaguars’ only sack of the game. “The quarterback was forced to hold the ball and I just made a play for my team.”

It is the first time in franchise history the Jaguars have two players with 10 or more sacks through the first 11 games of a season. Campbell leads with 11.5 and Ngakoue has 10. Campbell and Ngakoue are the first duo with 10 or more sacks through their team’s first 11 games since the 2014 Buffalo Bills when Marcell Dareus, now with the Jaguars, had 10 sacks and Mario Williams had 12.

In playoff mix

If the AFC playoffs began today, the Jaguars (7-4) would be the fifth seed and face the fourth-seeded Kansas City Chiefs (6-5) in a wild-card game.

With five games left in the regular season, the Jaguars are tied with Tennessee for the AFC South lead. The Jaguars lost sole possession of first place on Sunday when they lost and Titans beat the Colts.

Starting Sunday against the Colts, the Jaguars play their next three games at EverBank Field. They close out the regular season at Tennessee on the road Dec. 31.

“This is definitely crunch time,’’ Campbell said. “December is championship football. We have to learn it is not going to be easy. We wouldn’t want it if it was easy.’’


The Jaguars re-signed offensive lineman Brandon Thomas to the practice squad after releasing him last week. To make room, the Jaguars released kicker Mike Meyer, who was brought in last week as insurance in case Josh Lambo had been unable to overcome a hip injury. Lambo played against the Cardinals and kicked a 43-yard field goal.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars headed west to face the Houston Texans for the first game of the season and this was about as dominating a performance as you’ll see by this team.

The Jaguars started off the game on a solid note, as Blake Bortles connected on two passes of over 15 yards to Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns on the drive. Their efforts would be stalled, settling for a 42-yard field goal to cap off an 8-play, 51-yard drive. The Jaguars put the first points of the game on the board, giving them a 3-0 lead.

Both teams followed up with a three-and-out as the Texans took till their second drive to start moving the football. The Texans converted two first downs on the drive, but failed to get passed midfield, punting for a second time.

Leonard Fournette showed his worth on the Jaguars third drive of the game, converting the first two first downs of the drive with a nice catch out of the backfield, and a punishing run. The Jaguars drive ended in their first trip to the red-zone this season, as they failed to convert their drive into a touchdown. Myers notched his second field goal of the day, givng the Jaguars a 6-0 lead.

The next two possessions by both teams ended in three-and-outs.

Then… things would get crazy.

Yannick Ngakoue strip sacked Tom Savage on a second-and-7 right over midfield, giving the ball back to the Jaguars. The Jaguars faced a well known enemy in this drive, getting the ball to the two-yard line on second down

Fournette leaped to the goal line on second down, but would fall just short. Then the Jaguars tried a fullback dive with Tommy Bohanon, who on a second chance came up inches short of the goal line. With a though decision, Doug Marrone opted to go for the touchdown.

On fourth-and-1, Leonard Fournette was handed the ball up the middle, and got over the line just enough to notch the first touchdown of his NFL career. Myers missed the point after however, only extending the Jaguars lead to 12-0.

All seemed to being going the Jaguars way, it couldn’t get better, right?

Malik Jackson got in the action, as he appeared to strip sack Savage, which would be recovered by Telvin Smith, who took it in for the touchdown. The play was called back though, as Savage’s arm was moving forward. This play would foreshadow what would come next for the Jaguars. Yannick Ngakoue came up with another strip sack on the drive, as Dante Fowler scooped it up, high stepping into the end zone for a touchdown. Myers made the extra point, giving the Jaguars a 19-0 lead going into halftime.

Holy cow, the first half was fun.

Deshaun Watson fans did not have to wait long for his debut, as he started the second half for the Texans. Watson gave life to the Texans, but the Jaguars ultimately gifted away this drive. The Jaguars thought they had the Texans stopped on third-and-20, but a questionable roughing the passer the call gave the Texans a first down. Forced into another third down, Watson threw into coverage, and was intercepted my Myles Jack, who was one player away from taking it to the house. The play would be called back though, as Fowler was called for hands to the face.

The Texans took advantage of both penalties, scoring on the next play on a four-yard touchdown pass from Watson to DeAndre Hopkins. Ka’mai Fairbairn made the extra point, cutting the Jaguars lead to 19-7.

The Jaguars responded just how they needed to on the next drive, as Bortles lead the Jaguars down the field on a 10-play, 75-yard touchdown drive. Bortles threw a touchdown to Bohanon off of play-action. With Myers succeeding on the extra point, the Jaguars extended their lead over the Texans to 26-7.

The good times continued for the Jaguars, as Fowler would kick (yes, kick!) the ball out of Watson’s hands for a fumble on the following drive. With a chance to put the game away with a touchdown, the Jaguars were stalled, and forced to attempt a field goal. Myers missed the 39-yard field goal wide left, giving the Texans back the ball.

In a last ditch attempt to get back in the game, the Texans drove down the field, getting inside the red zone. However, Watson would throw an interception to Tashaun Gipson who took it 67 yards down the field, only to be barely tackled by Watson.

The Jaguars kicked a field goal on the following drive, finishing the scoring at 29-7.

The Jaguars come home to play the Tennessee Titans next week in their season opener at Everbank Field.

Let’s do it again, guys.