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During the first week of the NFL offseason, there was some buzz around The 'Bank. The new additions to the Jaguars' coaching staff were introduced to the media. Also meeting the media were high school seniors for National Signing Day, which brought back memories for Jaguars players. Throughout the week, Jaguars fans continued to show their Duval pride.

Player POV

With Wednesday being National Signing Day, it brought back memories for Jaguars players. Demetrius McCray, Luke Bowanko, Jeremiah George, Josh Scobee, Zane Beadles and Will Blackmon all shared their memories.

Johnathan Cyprien, Ryan Davis and Marcedes Lewis shared throwback images on Thursday for TBT.

Even though it is the offseason, Johnathan Cyprien is still using one of Jaguars Head Coach Gus Bradley's mottos.

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Beadles' foundation posted this image showing his hard work in the community.

Johnathan Cyprien bought his mom a different set of wheels.

Tyson Alualu's kids got to meet former Jaguar Joe Anoa'i. Anoa'i is now a WWE wrestler that goes by Roman Reigns.

Players tuned in to watch the GRAMMYs.

Reporter Roundup

Jaguars Head Coach Gus Bradley kicked off the first of several press conferences on Thursday. Bradley was followed by offensive coordinator Greg Olson, assistant head coach-offense/offensive line coach Doug Marrone, quarterbacks coach Nathaniel Hackett and running backs coach Kelly Skipper.

Fan Focus

Blake Bortles rocked this Elvis shirt.

Nice keepsakes.

What a setup.

Repping Duval in the snow.

The Jaguars organization wore red on Friday to show support of the American Heart Association.

Young member of Duval.

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