This week marked the last week of the NFL season for a while. Whether or not players made the trip to see the game, they still had plenty of opinions to share. Even though lots of eyes were on Arizona for the Super Bowl, Jaguars fans were showing off their Duval pride across the globe. Nathaniel Hackett was named Jaguars quarterbacks coach. Also, Jaguars all-time leading rusher Fred Taylor had a birthday on Tuesday.
Telvin Smith showed off his voice.
Linebacker J.T. Thomas was on First Coast News.
Jordan Todman and Austin Pasztor volunteered in the community on Tuesday.
Chris Clemons had a nice view for vacation.
Storm Johnson shared this neat edit.
Denard Robinson threw it back to his college days on Thursday.
Players had plenty of thoughts on the Super Bowl.
Mike Dempsey spotted this neat feature to a truck.
Jacob Long mentioned the Jaguars as one of his favorite memories so far in his time at First Coast News.
Blake Bortles made appearances on several national shows.
Nathaniel Hackett was tabbed to reunite with Doug Marrone on the Jaguars' coaching staff. Hackett served as the offensive coordinator under Marrone in Buffalo.
That's great parenting.
A Blake Bortles snowman.
Fans were excited to see Bortles on First Take.
He looks ready to play.
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An awesome edit featuring Denard Robinson.
Fans were wearing their Jaguars gear on the final Sunday of the NFL season.
The second player inducted into the Pride of the Jaguars, Fred Taylor, celebrated his birthday on Tuesday. Fans were encouraged to tweet in using #HappyBdayFredT.