For the first time in eight years the Jaguars will not have "Big" John Henderson anchoring the middle of their defense. Instead, the Jaguars made wholesale changes in the hopes to improve which was the league's 27th ranked pass defense. We are going to examine the Jaguars defensive tackles and break down who will make the roster.
July 30, 2010
JagNation has received numerous questions on twitter and the message board about the Jaguars being interested in certain free agents, only to find out that most of the names people are curious about are in fact restricted free agents. Here I will explain a little bit about how restricted free agency works, what each tag means, and which Jaguars are restricted free agents (RFA).
February 18, 2010
Many national media pundits have selected the Jaguars to finish dead last in their division. After looking at what transpired last season, and the rosters of Tennessee, Indianapolis, and Houston, the dismal projections aren't unfounded.
August 15, 2009
When Jack Del Rio first came to the Jaguars' organization in 2003, he put an instant emphasis on run defense. With defensive tackles John Henderson and Marcus Stroud clogging the middle, Jacksonville became one of the elite run-stopping teams in the NFL, but then age and injuries took their toll.
May 31, 2009
The Jaguars defensive tackle position for the upcoming season is an area of question. John Henderson is aging, Rob Meier showed that he wasn't nearly as effective as many believed when forced into a starting role a year ago, and although Derek Landri gained weight in the offseason, the third-year player from Notre Dame will likely still be situational. Find out who might surprise the Jaguars.
May 30, 2009