Jags Contact Former Titan
Randall (Godfrey) was a premium caliber player prior to his ankle injury. He is healthy and ready to play at a All-Pro level once again," a source close to Godfrey said. "Right now, there are about eight teams that have contacted us and we intend to move quickly to get him (Godfrey) in a position to play with a competitive organization that is committed to winning."
"Randall will sign where he feels most comfortable. This is not all about money, but a desire to win and play in games that have significant meaning. Playing with Tennessee, he has grown accustomed with the winning environment, that becomes contagious. With his leadership ability and veteran presence, Randall can help a team that is close, as teams like Seattle and Jacksonville appear to be."
Jags Illustrated Top Stories
Identity CrisisThe Jags have started the 2016 season on a rough note. 0-3 is a tough pill to swallow and many fans are calling for Gus Bradley’s job. People are even starting to question their…
Jags Illustrated3:48 AM
State of the JaguarsWith a loss to the Ravens on Sunday, the Jaguars next game against Indianapolis in London is by far the most important game they've played so far this season.
Jags IllustratedYesterday at 7:43 AM
Generally Managing the JaguarsThe Jags are 0-3 after losing to the Ravens today at Everbank. Blake Bortles was unimpressive, Gus Bradley is feeling the heat, and the defense gave up a game winning drive. …
Jags IllustratedSunday at 6:39 PM
HeartbreakerThe Jags lost in heart breaking fashion to the Baltimore Ravens. After a loss, most people look to point the finger and blame someone or something for the result. There are a…
Jags IllustratedSunday at 12:50 PM