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Jaguars Fan Sneaks Onto Endzone During Touchdown Play, Gets Slammed To The Ground

Jaguars Fan Sneaks Onto Field

Early in the second quarter of Sunday’s Jaguars/Texans game, we saw James Robinson get his 8th rushing TD of the year. What you might not have noticed was the Jaguars fan who jogged onto the field from the back of the end zone and threw his hands in the air. It’s not clear if he was trying to signal to QB Trevor Lawrence that he was open, or if he was just getting ready to celebrate his team’s touchdown.

But either way, security wasn’t happy about it, charging onto the field and tackled him from behind. While the CBS broadcast only caught a glimpse of the rogue man in the corner of the screen, thankfully some fans in the stands managed to catch the aftermath.

Jacksonville Jaguars Fire Head Coach Urban Meyer After Rough First Year

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Urban Meyer’s stint with the Jaguars (and likely the NFL) is over. After just 13 games, the Jaguars Jacksonville have fired the former Ohio State head coach, ending a rocky first year with the franchise.

”After deliberation over many weeks and a thorough analysis of the entirety of Urban’s tenure with our team, I am bitterly disappointed to arrive at the conclusion that an immediate change is imperative for everyone,” owner Khan said in a statement released early Thursday morning. “I informed Urban of the change this evening. As I stated in October, regaining our trust and respect was essential. Regrettably, it did not happen.”

While it’s easy to point to the Jaguars lackluster 2-11 season as the reason for his removal, it was really more about all of the off-field controversy that surrounded him, from his decision to hire a strength coach accused of making racist remarks, to the video that surfaced of Meyer groping a woman at a bar that was not his wife, to reports that he called his staff “losers.”

The most recent embarrassment was a report in the Tampa Bay Times in which former Jags kicker Josh Lambo accused Meyer of kicking him in the leg while he was stretching in warmups before a during practice. This was apparently the straw that broke the camel’s back.

With Meyer’s departure, Jaguars offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell will serve as the interim head coach for the remainder of the season, and GM Trent Baalke will remain in place.

It’s been a wild ride for Meyer and the Jags, and here’s to putting it all behind them now!

Jaguars Looking to Get Off to Fast Start, Challenge the Best in the NFL in 2021

Last season the Jags won just one game, and due to that earned the first overall pick in the NFL Draft in which they took Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence.

The team is hoping that the quarterback can quickly transition to being a stud QB in the NFL, and that with new coach Urban Meyer the team is looking to have a much better team overall in 2021.

That doesn’t mean it’ll be easy, as the team has a tough 2021 slate they have to deal with.

While there’s a number of great matchups on the Jags slate, including divisional games vs the Texans, Titans and Colts, the team also has a number of great games, home and away to look forward to.

Here are the 3 matchups that I’m most looking forward to:

10/19 vs Denver – The Jaguars’ 2021 regular-season home opener is the first of a stretch of four home games in five weeks. They take on a Broncos team that is trying out new players at key spots, like the QB spot where the team has picked up Teddy Bridgewater. If the Jags can earn some early confidence with Meyer and Lawrence, they might just be able to pull off the upset at home.

10/31 at Seattle – MVP Russell Wilson is always a threat, and at home there’s no question that the Hawks are a much better team. It’ll be a tough test for Lawrence and the Jaguars, and they need to step up and play well. It’ll be up to the Jags to play a sound game that shows them playing well on both sides of the ball if they want to hang with a Super Bowl contender like the Hawks.

01/02 at New England – The Pats at home still are a very good team, and in this case it’s gonna be tough as by early January the Pats know what they have in front of them. Look for Lawrence to have a big outing and for him to be able to attack Bill Belichick’s defense on the road and possibly pull out a big upset.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars 2021 Schedule Has Been Released

Last season was a bad one for the Jags, as the team simply wasn’t able to get things going, and by the time it was said and done they had won just a single game.

Enter Urban Meyer.

The former Florida and Ohio State coach is now running the show, and the team went out and drafted Trevor Lawrence with the first overall pick, a player they feel will make a HUGE difference in the season coming up.

Lawrence and the Jags are ready to be MUCH better in 2021, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be easy. The team has a chance to be a force in the AFC South, and should at the least challenge the other three teams in the division.

You can check out the full Jags schedule below:

Jacksonville Jaguars 2021 Schedule

Week 1: Sep. 12 at Houston Texans 1:00 PM CBS
Week 2: Sep. 19 Denver Broncos 1:00 PM CBS
Week 3: Sep. 26 Arizona Cardinals 1:00 PM FOX
Week 4: Sep. 30 at Cincinnati Bengals (Thu) 8:20 PM NFLN
Week 5: Oct. 10 Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS
Week 6: Oct. 17 Miami Dolphins (London) 9:30 AM CBS
Week 7: BYE
Week 8: Oct. 31 at Seattle Seahawks 4:05 PM CBS
Week 9: Nov. 7 Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS
Week 10: Nov. 14 at Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS
Week 11: Nov. 21 San Francisco 49ers 1:00 PM FOX
Week 12: Nov. 28 Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM CBS
Week 13: Dec. 5 at Los Angeles Rams 4:25 PM CBS
Week 14: Dec. 12 at Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS
Week 15: Dec. 19 Houston Texans 1:00 PM CBS
Week 16: Dec. 26 at New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS
Week 17: Jan. 2 at New England Patriots 1:00 PM CBS
Week 18: Jan. 9 Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS

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The Jaguars Future Has Begun, Team Takes Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence 1st Overall

The future started at approx 8:20pm Thursday night in Cleveland at the 2021 NFL Draft saw the Jags select their future at quarterback – Trevor Lawrence.

Urban Meyer Says Jags Won’t Chase Players, Will Trust Draft board

First-time NFL coach Urban Meyer has the ability, as Bill Parcells once famously put it, to shop for his own groceries. If Meyer covets a player as a coach, he can make those wishes come true.

Despite owning power few NFL coaches wield, Meyer noted Wednesday that sometimes he shouldn’t always get his way, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports. Meyer said he must lean on GM Trent Baalke and the rest of his staff to steer him towards the best players, even if his coaching instinct tells him to fill gaps at certain positions.

“I find myself always looking at need and that’s where you have to be cautious, you start chasing players,” Meyer said, via the team’s official transcript. “The whole idea of value is completely new to me. That’s something I relied on [defensive coordinator] Joe Cullen and [offensive coordinator Darrell] Bevell as coordinators and [special teams coordinator] Brian Schneider, who has extensive experience in the NFL, and obviously Trent and his staff. I’m a quick learner. I’ve been working at this now for about three months, and the last three to four weeks, this has been our entire life in that room watching video, stacking the board.

“So, trusting the board is key. I’m at the point almost there that I will trust it, but as a coach, I can see where [you can say], ‘We need this, we need this, and we need this’ and that’s where you get yourself in trouble. It’s been a great learning experience for me and to answer your question, I’m nervous. I’m nervous about everything, I think you know that.”

With four picks in the top 65 of the 2021 draft, Meyer knows the iron is hot to snag impact players who can immediately produce.

“I see that we not only have to make those picks, [but] we have to add immediate value to our team,” he said. “That’s the way Trent, myself and our coaching staff look at it. That’s how important these picks are, so we’re looking at these picks to make instant impact, especially those first four picks.”

After spending his entire coaching career recruiting players, the draft is a different beast for Meyer to tackle, making the pre-draft preparation all the more critical in Jacksonville.

“We’ve had a couple dry runs,” Meyer said. “We’re going to have a couple dry runs again. I’m a control nut and an organizational nut, so I want to make sure that — I want to know where people are sitting, I want to know what camera, what we’re going to be looking at on the screens. And Trent has been great, and this is the first time this personnel in this organization will do it. So, we’re going to be on point. And so, at this point, we’ve had a couple dry runs, but we’re going to go in great detail early next week about exactly how it takes place. So, I’ll feel much better after that.”

Trent Baalke Officially Named the New GM of the Jaguars

The Jaguars made it official on Thursday morning, naming former 49ers GM Trent Baalke as their new General Manager.

Baalke comes to the team after serving as Niners GM from 2011 to 2016. With Baalke as general manager the Niners were 51-44-1.

He was named interim GM for Dave Caldwell, who was canned by the Jaguars in January.

“Trent Baalke has had success at virtually every level of football, notably so as a General Manager who shrewdly and quickly built an NFL conference championship organization and team,” Jaguars owner Shad Khan said in a statement.

“That experience inspired us to recruit Trent to Jacksonville a year ago to serve as our director of player personnel and is one of the many reasons why we are naming Trent as the new General Manager of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Trent thoroughly knows the NFL and the dynamics of today’s game, has an exceptional eye for talent, and I know will have excellent chemistry with head coach Urban Meyer.”

Jaguars To Speak Friday to Urban Meyer About Head Coaching Job

The coach that is the apple of the Jaguars eyes will be in town today, as Urban Meyer will sit down with the Jags about their open coaching position.

NFL Network states no deal is set to happen right away, and that other candidates will still speak to the Jags about the opening before making a decision.

Meyer’s name has been bantered about since the moment Doug Marrone was dismissed, and with the former Ohio State and Florida coach could come a price tag that could pay him up to $12 mil a year.

The coach has three national titles to his name with a 187–32 record as head coach, and a 12-3 mark in 15 bowl games.

Meyer walked away from the Buckeyes two seasons ago, and since that time has been an analyst for Fox Sports, appearing weekly on Fox’s Big Noon Kickoff pre-game show.

If the coach does take the job he’ll be getting the first overall pick with it, and that could very well be Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, who declared for the draft earlier this week.

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