Training camp rolls on

The Jacksonville Jaguars held two practice sessions today at the practice fields at Alltel Stadium with the players in full pads for the evening practice for the second consecutive day. In the morning practice, several Jaguars took part in the special teams session, including third-round pick Clint Ingram.

"I will give it all I've got on special teams. That's the first thing that I need to know to get me on the field," said Ingram who is also competing for a starting spot at outside linebacker. "The mentality that I have is to give it all I've got and go as hard as I can. If I can take a step forward on the practice field every day and keep progressing, then everything else will take care of itself."

Camp will continue on Wednesday with two practice sessions at 10:15 a.m. (shorts) and 4:15 p.m. (full pads) on the practice fields at Alltel Stadium.

NOTE OF THE DAY: PETERSON IS MR. CONSISTENCY: Mike Peterson has been a model of consistency at the linebacker position in his seven-year NFL career. Peterson had the best season of his career in the 2005 regular season with a career-high 190 tackles (104 solo) along with a career-high six sacks, three interceptions, two tackles for loss, one fumble recovery and one forced fumble. The 190 tackles surpassed Peterson's previous career-high of 178 (98 solo) in 2004.

NFL LINEBACKER TOP 10 LEADERS IN TACKLES FOR 2005

RK PLAYER TEAM TACKLES

  1. Andra Davis Cleveland 199 (103)
  1. Shelton Quarles Tampa Bay 196 (114)
  1. Nick Barnett Green Bay 194 (128)
  1. Mike Peterson Jacksonville 190 (104)
  1. Jonathan Vilma* New York Jets 187 (143)
  1. London Fletcher Buffalo 174 (120)

Derrick Brooks* Tampa Bay 174 (110)

  1. Brian Urlacher* Chicago 171 (101)
  1. Lance Briggs* Chicago 170 (86)
  1. Jeremiah Trotter* Philadelphia 169 (104)
  • Denotes Pro Bowl
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