Although the NFL calendar is between the first wave of free agency and the draft, there was no shortage of news and social media posts. The 2015 NFL Annual Meeting brought forth big news in the beginning of the week. During the weekend, THE ROAR of the Jaguars held the final round of auditions. Throughout the week, players shared photos from all different perspectives of their offseason.
Demetrius McCray, Austin Pasztor and Dan Skuta joined in on the fun of National Puppy Day last week. To see fan photos, go here.
Marcedes Lewis gave former teammate Maurice Jones-Drew a birthday shout-out.
Storm Johnson posted this on Throwback Thursday.
Ryan Davis continues to work hard in the offseason.
Luke Bowanko was playing some golf with celebrities this week.
Bowanko wasn't the only one hanging out with celebs. Bill Murray and Blake Bortles spent some time chatting on the links.
Julius Thomas shared this neat edit and encouraged fans to send in more.
Marcedes Lewis did some training on the beach.
Denard Robinson shared this inspirational message.
Johnathan Cyprien enjoyed some horse racing.
Demetrius McCray added some shoes to his collection.
NFL Annual Meeting
On the first day of the NFL Annual Meeting, there was some Jaguars related news.
Jaguars Head Coach Bradley talked with the media at the AFC Coaches Breakfast as part of the NFL Annual Meeting.
Florida Times-Union's Ryan O'Halloran had this great quote from Jaguars Owner Shad Khan.
The 2015 NFL Draft order was set after the compensatory picks were doled out.
ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr. held a conference call with reporters to discuss the 2015 NFL Draft. He projects the Jaguars to take Florida's Dante Fowler Jr.
TPC's twitter handle tweeted this photo of Blake Bortles playing some golf.
The MMQB chatted with Julius Thomas about his college basketball career.
Neat edits of Telvin Smith and Dwayne Gratz.
Little Bortles was having some fun.
These fans named their dog after Ziggy Hood. To see all of the photos fans sent in for National Puppy Day, go here.
Always great to see babies already supporting the Jaguars.