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Times-Union columnist Gene Frenette says the Jaguars front office is not afraid to make changes.

"When Jaguars general manager Gene Smith promised a defensive makeover in free agency as the NFL Draft ended in April, that wasn't lip service. He didn't just take a scalpel to that unit, but performed major reconstruction."

Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union looks at the Jaguars newest additions.

The Jaguars recertified as a union on Friday.

The Weavers continue to give back to the Jacksonville community.

Paul Kuharsky of takes a look at the key players in the AFC South that are returning from injury.

All eyes on Blaine Gabbert.

Pete Prisco of gives his take on the free agent frenzy.

It was a bad day for two former Jaguars.

Peyton Manning says he doesn't have to be highest-paid player in NFL. 

Titans running back Chris Johnson was not at the first day of training camp.

Did the Texans solidify their secondary?

Tweet, Tweet

Had a great night of practice. Loved the fan turnout. Felt awesome to play futbol again!

@BlaineGabbert (rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert)

Bout to hit this field to get better #grind2greatness

@Chukwu77 (offensive lineman Uche Nwaneri)

Another fun day, gotta make these corrections and get after it tomorrow

@WillRackley (rookie offensive lineman Will Rackley)

QB Blaine Gabbert looked very good at night practice Friday. Several deep throws down the middle and showed very good touch

@JohnOehser ( Senior Writer John Oehser)

Thanks to all jags fans for showing us your support today. It is very much appreciated

@KingKarim35 (running back Deji Karim)

I love this team and I am thankful to be a part of a true TEAM… #jags  #behumble  #behungry … Day by day, period by period

@twheatley20 (cornerback Terrance Wheatley)

National media starting to take notice of the work the Jaguars are doing in free agency. Defense shaping up with FA signings to the top 10

@TonyBoselli (Former Jaguar offensive tackle Tony Boselli)

It's only a practice with no pads, but what Gabbert did was a clear indicator of why Gene Smith traded up to get him

@GeneFrenette (Florida Times-Union columnist)

Stat of the day

In four seasons under offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter, the Jaguars have produced 400-plus yards of offense in 14 games. Prior to 2007, the Jaguars had only nine games in 12 seasons with 400-plus yards.


10:45 a.m. – walkthrough

6:15 p.m. – Alumni Night with several former Jaguars scheduled to sign autographs including Tony Bosellil and Jeff Lageman.  Fans are encouraged to wear a Jaguars throwback jersey to the practice.

7:00 p.m. - practice

The last word

"A lot of guys think small school guys can't really come out here and hang with the big boys, but I definitely have to come out here and prove something every day."

Jaguars third-round pick Will Rackley on making the transition from Lehigh to the NFL

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