Recent history tells us that first-round quarterbacks have a small chance of making it to a second contract with the team that drafts them.
The Jags were active in free agency, but came up short in a couple areas. Now their draft-day needs are clearer.
Trevor Lawrence thanked Jaguars fans for raising more than $11,000 for him to donate to a charity of his choice and said he and his wife, Marissa, will donate $20,000 to charities in Jacksonville, Florida.
Trevor Lawrence took to Twitter to address criticism he has received about quotes made by him that have led some to question the likely No. 1 pick's motivation to play football.
Keyshawn Johnson, Zubin Mehenti, and Bart Scott begin the last hour of the show wondering about some eye brow raising comments made by Trevor Lawrence and his father. Keyshawn gives us his top 5 list of Draft QBs and it might surprise you. Patrick Surtain II joins the show to discuss his son and the journey to stardom.
Keyshawn Johnson, Zubin Mehenti, and Bart Scott begin hour three reacting to Julius Erving and his choice words for what the Nets are doing this year. He says they are buying a championship and compared it to Lakers teams of the past and the Yankees of the MLB. Pressley Harvin III joins the show to state his case as more than a punter prospect in this years NFL Draft. Kirk Herbstreit joins the show to give us insight on the Draft and what QBs he expects to go early.
Keyshawn Johnson, Zubin Mehenti, and Bart Scott begin the second hour of the show angling for a different pick at #1 other than Trevor Lawrence. Keyshawn and Bart think there is a hint of doubt brewing and could see Ohio State ties aiding in Justin Fields going #1. Dan Orlovsky joins the show to shed light on the 3rd pick and what the Patriots NEED to do in the first round.
Keyshawn Johnson, Zubin Mehenti, and Bart Scott begin the show trying to figure out what to make of the comments coming out of the Trevor Lawrence camp. They wonder if he has the edge to play this rugged sport. Field Yates joins the show to discuss what could the Patriots do in the Draft.
After a disappointing 2020 season, the third-year edge rusher is boosted by the presence of Urban Meyer and a switch to a 3-4 defensive scheme.
The NFL Live crew is joined by Mel Kiper Jr. to break down his NFL Mock Draft 4.0. Some surprising moves are made in this edition of Mel's mock draft, will they come true? Will New England make another big move and move up for a QB?
The Bills put Josh Allen in the perfect position to succeed and have been rewarded for it. What are the biggest weaknesses for the draft's top QBs this year, and how can their prospective teams mitigate those concerns?
Most of the league's top tight ends over the past 20 years were taken in the first three rounds, so the Jaguars should look there early.
With five passers potentially going in the first round, who is poised for success? We project the NFL future for the top eight QB prospects.
The NFL officially announced it will change the number of games for the first time since 1978. Who is playing who in 2021?
Jacksonville Jaguars coach Urban Meyer strongly suggested Monday that the team is leaning toward taking quarterback Trevor Lawrence with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2021 NFL draft.
Quarterback Trevor Lawrence, the presumptive No. 1 pick, is declining the chance to attend the NFL draft in Cleveland and is instead choosing to watch it at Clemson with a few family members and friends, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
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Presumptive No. 1 pick Trevor Lawrence is declining the chance to attend the draft in Cleveland and is instead choosing to watch it at Clemson with a few family members and friends, per sources. Despite NFL's invite, Lawrence never wavered in his desire to watch draft at Clemson.
Jacksonville Jaguars' NFL free-agent signings 2021: Shaquill Griffin, Marvin Jones Jr. highlight early additions
The Jaguars have clearly focused on improving the secondary early in free agency, but also added a strong veteran wideout to boost the offense.
Jacksonville gets the first shot at a quarterback, while New York has a big decision to make at No. 2. Here's the entire first-round order.
Veteran receivers are invaluable to rookie signal-callers, so Trevor Lawrence, the likely No. 1 pick, should be happy about the Jags' latest additions.
Jaguars coach Urban Meyer knew free agency was going to be different from recruiting, but he wasn't really prepared for one of the most glaring discrepancies: signing guys without meeting them.
The Jets have agreed to a one-year contract with receiver Keelan Cole, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.