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Is a Jaguars’ uniform in Greg Hardy’s future?

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Greg Hardy is a talented football player. He can make life miserable for opposing quarterbacks by either harassing them or knocking them down. Hardy has 40 sacks in 75 NFL games. Unfortunately, he has a similar history of doing that to women, specifically the one he was supposed to care about. Just ask Nicole Holder, Hardy’s ex-girlfriend, who said Hardy beat her and thought he was going to kill her. The charges against Hardy were dismissed when Holder did not…

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Gus Bradley “pleasantly surprised” by calls for Jags defensive coordinator job

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Jacksonville Jaguars coach Gus Bradley is “pleasantly surprised” by how many calls he’s received about his open defensive coordinator position. Bradley fired Bob Babich on Tuesday after the Jaguars (5-11) gave up the second-most points (448) in franchise history. Speaking on a conference call with reporters Wednesday, Bradley said he already has received several inquiries about the job. And no one seems concerned that Bradley is entering the final year of his contract. “I think there’s a lot of respect,…

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Jacksonville Jaguars beat Buffalo Bills, avoid epic second half collapse

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Glimmers of hope. That’s what Jaguars fans were reduced to looking for, as the team sat at 1-5 before a London tilt against E.J. Manuel and the Buffalo Bills. Though Jaguars owner Shad Khan gave coach Gus Bradley and general manager Dave Caldwell public assurances that no midseason changes were in the offing, Jacksonville fans haven’t been quite as accommodating to that vote of confidence as the local media. Game 7 looked winnable from the outset. The Bills’ skill player roster, largely…

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Jaguars owner wants to continue playing in London until 2030

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The Jacksonville Jaguars want to be London’s team for the foreseeable future. Jaguars owner Shad Khan said Tuesday he expects to sign a long-term deal to continue playing annually in London. If Khan gets his way, it will be a 14-year commitment. Speaking at a kickoff luncheon inside EverBank Stadium, Khan said he’s “optimistic, obviously, that we’ll have a renewal on (London) and it will go for a long time.” Khan then added that he would like to see the…

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