The city of Jacksonville in Florida is the home of the Jaguars, a professional football team created in 1993 more or less just 20 years ago. The Jaguars became part of the National Football League with the 1995 NFL candidates expansion and the team plays its home games at the Everbank Field also located in Jacksonville.
Over the past two decades the Jaguars have achieved 2 Division championships in 1998, 1999, and 6 Playoff appearances during the following years: 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2005, 2007.
The first-ever head coach of the Jaguars was Tom Coughlin who had previously worked with Boston College and had been quite successful. Coughlin was part of the Jaguars management until 2002, a total of 8 seasons.
In 2003, the Jaguars hired Jack Del Rio as head coach and he remained with the team for 5 seasons. During his time at Jacksonville, Del Rio´s defense ranked in the top 10 in yards allowed and the team made their way in the NFL.
Jacksonville Jaguars Head Coaches:
|Jack Del Rio||2003–2011||69||71||0||.486||1||2|
|Mel Tucker (Interim)||2011||2||3||0||.400||0||0|
In 2012 a new management acquired the Jaguars and the team signed up a deal to play one regular season home game from 2013 to 2016 at London’s historic Wembley Stadium. The first game was with San Francisco 49ers and this year (2014) it will take place on November 9th with the Dallas Cowboys.
Some of the Jaguars major rivalries have been with Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts,, Houston Texans, Miami Dolphins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The following are some of the Jaguars´current roster:
5 Blake Bortles
7 Chad Henne
6 Stephen Morris
40 Beau Blankenship
38 Terrance Cobb
33 Bradie Ewing FB
21 Toby Gerhart
12 Mike Brown
15 Chad Bumphis
83 Damian Copeland
17 Tandon Doss
93 Tyson Alualu DE
90 Andre Branch DE
79 Red Bryant DT
91 Chris Clemons DE
Here are a couple of videos on the most recent action at Jacksonville and the upcoming training camps of the Jaguars which will start on July 24th: http://espn.go.com/blog/jacksonville-jaguars/post/_/id/6599/jaguars-top-training-camp-competitions
Furthermore, the 2014 road to training camp has 5 highlights and their names are: Quarterback Blake Bortles is expected to begin the season as a reserve behind starter Chad Henne, fourth-round cornerback Aaron Colvin expected to begin training camp and the regular season. And sooner rather than later, but not immediately Bortles and Colvin are expected to be starters as well.
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