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Jaguars latest loss fuels rumors of a Tom Coughlin encore

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It is hard to imagine one team holding another to 206 yards of total offense, yet still lose the game. Somehow the Jacksonville Jaguars were able to pull off that improbability, losing to the Denver Broncos 20-10 on Sunday at EverBank Field. Denver could manage only 102 passing yards and 104 yards rushing, but found ways to score enough to take the victory. Jaguars’ Quarterback Blake Bortles tossed two interceptions, one of which was a 51-yard return for a “pick-six”…

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Jaguars off-key in Music City debacle

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Remember the Titans. Most, if not all, of the Jacksonville Jaguars players and coaches probably saw the movie of that name starring Denzel Washington. Thursday night, the Jags would like to forget their game with the Tennessee Titans, putting on a miserable performance in a 36-22 drubbing in Nashville. The final score in no way reflects the domination Tennessee had over the Jaguars throughout the game. Two weeks ago, there was optimism the Jags were getting things together after winning two…

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Florida re-ups tourism deal with London ballers

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VISIT FLORIDA, the state’s tourism agency, says it’s continuing a sponsorship deal with a London soccer—er, football—team. The partnership with Fulham Football Club is entering its second year, according to an email sent Wednesday by Paul Phipps, the agency’s chief marketing officer. What’s the Florida connection? The club is owned by Shahid Khan, who also owns the Jacksonville Jaguars. “With the United Kingdom as one of Florida’s top overseas markets, the opportunity to engage with fans around two passions – travel and football – is…

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Gus Bradley will be back in Jacksonville in 2016

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Despite another season with double-digit losses, Jaguars owner Shahid Khan confirms in a statement on Tuesday that Gus Bradley will coach Jacksonville in 2016. “It’s evident to see how far we’ve come in many aspects of our game,” Khan wrote, “and Gus deserves a lot of credit for that progress.” That said, Khan expects “considerable work” to be done, so that the Jaguars are “well above where we stand today.” Khan expects the coaching staff and team to “respond favorably” to this news…

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