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  1. Calais Campbell lands at #14 on NFL's Top 100

    Checking out Spotrac for 2019, we do have a few options on who they could get rid of to save a few bucks, but one of the D-Lineman look to be the go to place if they really want to save top dollar. Some of the options that the Jaguars could cut and not got into dead money would be Church (Harrison), Parnell (if Will Richardson or someone else is ready to step up), and Abry Jones. That's be over 14 million in cap space opened up. If they also cut Niles Paul, Lerentee McCray, Cody Davis, one of the backup QBs and a few other players they could save and additional 6-7 million. If that is still not enough, they can decide between Malik Jackson (9 million after dead cap) or Marcell Dareus (8.3 Million). http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/jacksonville-jaguars/cap/2019/
  2. The tWo Hangout

    I believe that it's a PSA and he's trying to raise awareness as possibly it's something that he has dealt with or seen others go through.
  3. Former Jags around the league

    His talent level was not equal to the disturbance he'd be causing to the team so he was cut. No one has wanted to touch him since. https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2017/11/13/chiefs-waive-dt-roy-miller-after-domestic-violence-incident/107657668/ http://attorneyalexhernandez.com/roy-millers-wife-seeks-divorce-after-domestic-violence/
  4. Ranking the roster - #16

    At that time I believe it was Matt Kalil who was on the left side. Kalil was a highly touted LT.
  5. Jalen Ramsey lands at #17 on NFL's Top 100

    So I see he was the top rated corner. So although I feel like he should've been top 10, knowing that he is considered the best corner in the NFL by his peers is some consolidation. It's also insane to hear a Jaguars player ranked up there with Names like Khalil Mack.
  6. Ranking the roster - #16

    That is downplaying the incredible talent that Smith is. It's not as easy as just saying it and it happening or else we'd see RTs switching to the blindside every year. Especially when players go down teams would just switch them to the left side. OH Jason Peters went down? Lane Johnson is a top tier RT so have him switch to LT to make up for Peters being out since it's the more important position and throw the backup at RT. No! It doesn't work like that. As much as I wish it would, but this isn't Madden or a simulation game.
  7. Ranking the roster - #15

    What tape do you want to watch? I have NFL game pass and you can watch the rushes yourself because what mistakes they may make at PFF can only be accounted for by checking it out yourself. Film don't lie.
  8. Calais Campbell lands at #14 on NFL's Top 100

    Now this mountain of a man should've been in the top 10, but we'll see how this unfolds. Voted for by the players and this is how the players feel, so let it be.
  9. Jalen Ramsey lands at #17 on NFL's Top 100

    I like that number 17. Is he the highest rated corner?
  10. Ranking the roster - #16

    Cam does play a more difficult position, but that doesn't mean he's better. Parnell is more technically sound. He is more consistent and he's arguably the best run blocker on the team. The guy gets it done at an above average level. When it comes to penalties, he was winning there as well. https://www.foxsports.com/nfl/jacksonville-jaguars-team-stats?season=2017&week=100&category=OFFENSIVE+LINE&opp=0&page=1
  11. Ranking the roster - #16

    Those selecting Cam... Could you please tell me why? Why over Parnell? The name? Favoritism? The fact that Parnell was never mentioned last year, but Cam seemed to be mentioned occasionally?