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"We're back here so everyone is smiling and everybody is happy to be back," Rashean Mathis said. "Everyone is happy to see each other walking through the gate. That's something you miss and you don't realize you miss it until you don't have it."

JoJo Dickson had a long flight from Hawaii to join his new teammates in Jacksonville.

Jaguars third-round pick Will Rackley is relieved to have the lockout behind and is ready to start his rookie season.

Jaguars owners Wayne and Delores Weaver are supporting a local marathon by pledging $100,000.

Florida Times-Union columnist Gene Frenette gives his assessment of Jaguars general manager Gene Smith and his early plan for free agency.

Do the Titans have a new veteran quarterback? Will the Jaguars face the veteran or the rookie Jake Locker in the season-opener on September 11?

Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union writes about the frenzied free agent process.

Paul Kuharsky of takes a look at the Titans' undrafted free agents.

The Indianapolis Star dives into the Colts' free agency plans.

Of course, one of the top priorities for the Colts is signing the future Hall of Fame quarterback.

Yahoo's Jason Cole looks at some of the critical post-lockout issues.

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It still feels like a dream to sign with the Jags, but now I gotta make it a story book ending by making the 53-man roster.

@mnlockley (Michael Lockley was one of 24 undrafted rookies who agreed to term with the Jaguars)

Stats, stats and more stats
In 16 seasons, the Jaguars have scored 18 regular season touchdowns on defense and three in the playoffs. Rashean Mathis has four touchdowns on defense.

Hear from the quarterback and running back
David Garrard and Maurice Jones-Drew will address the media today beginning at 11 a.m. Each press conference will be broadcast live on

They said it…
"It's like a gas tank. Maybe there will be more in the gas tank on Sunday, that's one standpoint. First and foremost it's player safety, just to lessen the toll that we can accumulate over time. I think for a young guy coming into the league right now, I think as veteran players we feel pretty good about the reality of helping the next generation, if you will, to have an opportunity to be in a better situation than even the blessed one we've been in during our time."
Defensive end Aaron Kampman on the impact of reduced practices

The Jaguars will report to training camp today at EverBank Field with the first practice scheduled for Thursday at 10:30 a.m. on the Florida Blue Health & Wellness Practice Fields adjacent to EverBank Field.

The Jaguars will hold a special "Back to Football" night on Thursday beginning at 5:00 p.m. outside the practice fields. Practice begins at 7 p.m. Both practice sessions will be conducted in shorts.

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