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Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis spoke with the media on Monday: "…Obviously Gene Smith is doing a great job with getting great guys in here with great character and building a winning team, and me coming here right now is for my team. I'm tired of sitting at the house worried about what's going on with my contract and all of that. And I decided to let that run its course and let the chips fall where they may. Me being here is for my team and I want to be a part of something big."

Former Jaguar great Fred Taylor said he's not retired just yet.

Mark Long of the Associated Press weighs on Lewis reporting to camp.

Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union gives his early assessment of rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert: "There's a lot to like about Gabbert, too. Besides his obvious physical gifts (he had three jaw-dropping pass completions down the seam at Friday night's practice), the 21-year-old seems to handle attention reasonably well.  He understands all the fuss being made over him without getting too caught up in the rock-star treatment."

Paul Kuharsky of checks in on Jaguars camp via video

Kuharsky gives his take on Monday's evening practice.

Jim Trotter of takes a look at the Broncos quarterback situation.

Randy Moss decides to retire.

How would you identify the NFL's best quarterbacks?

Former Jaguar Derrick Harvey resurfaces in Denver.

Mario Williams moves the move to linebacker in Wade Phillips' new defense.

The Titans have a new linebacker to run the defense.

Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star has some questions about the makeup of the Colts offensive line.

Tweet, Tweet

Felt great seeing all the fellas today in the Locker room...awesome to be back!

@MarcedesLewis89 (tight end Marcedes Lewis)

Dang! Gonna miss shark week. Guess it'll be worth it.

@Gelliman82 (rookie wide receiver Greg Ellingson)

A reporter asked me tonight if I'm mentally unstable…Lol when you play in the #trenches u kinda have to be!

@ATrain92 (defensive end Austen Lane)

O-lineman nightmares – sack, fumble, touchdown, throw up…in that order

@KHaslam72 (offensive lineman Kevin Haslam)

Another day at the office…Grindin & Workin on the craft

@TUnderwood19 (wide receiver Tiquan Underwood)

My favorite saying is this…"Sharing is Caring" what we do 4 a living is not who we R.  When football is done we still have 2 B ourselves.

@kassimosgood81 (wide receiver and special teams ace Kassim Osgood)

The final tally for Oklahomas last night was the defense won 5-2.  That's the official word

@taniaganguli (Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union)

JagNation we always appreciate you fans. We are nothing without you guys and don't Yall forget it

@MikeThomasJAX (wide receiver Mike Thomas)

Stat of the day

There are four players on the Jaguars current roster who are 21 years old.  The youngest is offensive guard Wade Grayson who was born on August 29, 1989.  Wide receiver Armon Binns (9/8/89), offensive guard Will Rackley (10/11/89) and quarterback Blaine Gabbert (10/15/89) are also 21.

Schedule at Florida Blue Health & Wellness Practice Fields

10:45 a.m. – walkthrough

6:15 p.m. – "Salute the Troops Night" featuring military personnel and their families

7:00 p.m. – practice

The last word

"Winning. Winning, wins and that's all we preach and Gene and the whole staff, I mean you have to credit them. They're doing a great job of getting good guys in here that all believe in the same thing and it shows in their play, and I can't wait to get out there to add to it. I feel like we now have a team that is ready to do it, and why not now?"

Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis on his goals for the season

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