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2017 Schedule
10-6, 1st in AFC South

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars QB Blake Bortles on his contract extension through 2020 season: “I think I definitely was looking forward to the opportunity of this happening and knowing that it was done and now in the rear-view mirror and we can move on and get back to just worrying about football and not having to deal with money and contracts and all that stuff. But I think either way, however this went I don't think it would have had a ton of effect on how I feel. Thrilled to be able to stay here and playing Jacksonville and fired up to continue to work with the guys that are here."

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars QB Blake Bortles, speaking on a conference call, said he had a partially torn ligament on the outside of his wrist and another area of inflammation. Been 4 weeks since surgery and threw on a limited basis three times last week. He also said he got three cortisone injections throughout the 2017. Season

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

If Jaguars QB Blake Bortles hits the incentives in his impending new deal it'll be worth $22.2 million annually. The three-year extension is worth $54 million and up to $66.5 million with those incentives. Without the incentives, the deal averages $18 million annually. That puts him just behind Miami's Ryan Tannehill ($19.25 million) in terms of average salary in 2018. For reference, Jimmy Garoppolo has the highest APY at $27.5 million. Tom Brady, by the way, has an APY of $15 million.

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1dMichael DiRocco

Jags keep Bortles on 3-year deal through '20

The Jaguars are out of the quarterback market after re-signing Blake Bortles to a three-year extension. The $54 million deal could be worth up to $66.5 million with incentives and includes $26.5 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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2dMichael DiRocco

Jaguars extend Coughlin, Caldwell, Marrone

After the Jaguars' postseason run and first division title since 1999 -- and with pieces for future success -- Jacksonville has extended the contracts of coach Doug Marrone, GM Dave Caldwell and VP of football operations Tom Coughlin.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars announce they have given Tom Coughlin, Doug Marrone and Dave Caldwell two-year contract extensions through the 2021 season.

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2dMichael DiRocco

Jags release veteran RB Ivory after 2 seasons

Running back Chris Ivory, whose playing time diminished after the Jaguars drafted Leonard Fournette in 2017, was released after two seasons in Jacksonville.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jacksonville Jaguars have released RB Chris Ivory after two seasons with the team. Ivory played in 14 games last season and ran for 382 yards and one touchdown. The move saves the Jaguars $3.75 million against the salary cap.

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4dBill Barnwell

Barnwell: Offseason moves to improve every AFC team

The Jags, Jets and Browns will make a run at a quarterback. Jacksonville could have a new top receiver, too. Pittsburgh, meanwhile, has to clear out cap space and sign Le'Veon Bell. Here are five offseason moves to improve all 16 AFC teams.

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5dMichael DiRocco

Lewis signs on for 13th season in Jacksonville

The Jaguars picked up the option of their long-tenured tight end Marcedes Lewis, who was drafted by Jacksonville in 2006 and will enter his 13th season with the team.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars announce they have picked up option years on TE Marcedes Lewis and backup OL Josh Wells and Tyler Shatley. The 2018 season will be Lewis' 13th with the team.

How does injury affect Bortles' future in Jacksonville? (1:43)

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jacksonville Jaguars' home will have a new name: TIAA Bank Field. TIAA Bank purchased EverBank last summer and will replace EverBank's name on the stadium sometime in the near future, the team said on Friday. EverBank purchased the naming rights for the stadium in 2010 and the facility was renamed EverBank Field in July 27, 2010.

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Jags ban 2 fans for throwing debris at Seahawk

After positively identifying two of the four fans they say threw debris at Seattle's Quinton Jefferson during a December game at EverBank Field, the Jacksonville Jaguars have banned the fans indefinitely.

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13dMichael DiRocco

Jags to get new look after postseason success

The Jacksonville Jaguars will have a new look on and off the field this upcoming season, changing their uniforms and removing tarps that cover four sections of EverBank Field.

Team Stats

Passing Yards224.617th
Rushing Yards141.41st
Points For26.15th
Points Against16.82nd