The Jacksonville Jaguars completed their final two-a-day session of practice during training camp today on the practice fields at ALLTEL Stadium. The Jaguars made two roster moves today, signing running backs Frank Moreau and Robert Gillespie.
"We're out here for the last double day. I think it's been a very productive training camp," said head coach Jack Del Rio. "The thing I'm most proud of coming out of camp is I really believe that guys have bought in to the 'team first' mentality and are really building some chemistry. I feel good about the fact that we're building something more than a bunch of individuals. We're building a football team, and I like that."
Moreau, 27, is a second-year pro who returns to Jacksonville after appearing in three games for the Jaguars during the 2001 season, when he rushed eight times for 27 yards and touchdown. The 6-0, 223-pounder was originally drafted in the fourth round by Kansas City in 2000. He spent the 2004 offseason with New England before being waived on June 18. He will wear jersey No. 38.
Gillespie, 24, is a first-year free agent who signed with Washington as an undrafted rookie in 2002 after playing four years at Florida. The 5-9, 190-pound back was activated from the practice squad to the Redskins' 53-man roster at the end of the 2002 season. He was released in 2003 after training camp. Gillespie will wear jersey No. 31.
Training camp will end on Tuesday with a morning practice session at 10:30 a.m. (shells) on the practice field at ALLTEL Stadium. Season tickets and single game tickets are available at every practice session on the practice fields.