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Jaguars Announce Offseason Practice Schedule

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The Jacksonville Jaguars offseason practice phases have officially kicked off with the rookie minicamp over this past weekend. The Jaguars have now announced some important dates for the next phases of the Jaguars season.

According to the Jaguars Direct of Public Relations, Tad Dickman, the Jaguars will conduct OTAs beginning 5/22-6/8 with mandatory minicamp being held 6/12-6/14. Rookies and first-year players will report for training camp on 7/18, with QBs on 7/20 and vets on 7/25.

The Jaguars first training camp practice will be held on 7/26.

The NFL mandates teams begin their offseason training in phases. Phase one includes the first two weeks of the program, limited to strength and conditioning.

Phase two is over the following three weeks of the program limited to on-field workouts and limited individual player instruction and drills, however no live contact nor offense and defense drills are permitted.

The final phase (phase three) is over the following four weeks of the program which allows everything but live contact.

The Jaguars are currently in phase 2.

Individual dates are as follows:

Jaguars OTAs:

OTA No. 1: Tuesday, May 22
OTA No. 2: Thursday, May 24
OTA No. 3: Friday, May 25
OTA No. 4: Tuesday, May 29
OTA No. 5: Thursday, May 31
OTA No. 6: Friday, June 1
OTA No. 7: Monday, June 4
OTA No. 8: Tuesday, June 5
OTA No. 9: Thursday, June 7
OTA No. 10: Friday, June 8

Jaguars Mandatory Vet Minicamp:

​​​​​​​Practice No. 1: Tuesday, June 12
Practice No. 2: Wednesday, June 13
Practice No. 3: Thursday, June 14

Jaguars training camp practice report dates:

Rookies and first-year players report date: Wednesday, July 18
Quarterbacks report date: Friday, July 20
Veteran report date: Wednesday, July 25
First training camp practice: Thursday, July 26

Demetrius Harvey is a Locked on Jaguars writer focusing on game breakdowns as well as breaking news. Demetrius is a lifelong Jaguars fan. You can follow him at @Demetrius82 on twitter.

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Jaguars vs. Steelers: Friday Injury Report, A.J. Cann Questionable

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Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars and the Pittsburgh Steelers have released their Friday injury report ahead of their matchup at TIAA Bank Field this weekend. The Jaguars will most likely be without Left Tackle Josh Walker as he is listed as doubtful. The Jaguars will be without Rookie Corner Quenton Meeks as he is listed as OUT for Sunday’s game. Ereck Flowers will start in Walker’s place at left tackle with Patrick Omameh very likely being his immediate backup.

Luckily for the Jaguars, although they will not have Meeks, they will have A.J. Bouye back from his calf injury suffered shortly before the Eagles matchup a couple of weeks ago. This should be a boost to the Jaguars secondary.

Nose Tackle Eli Ankou will also likely miss this Sunday’s game, which was worth keeping an eye on due to the fact that Marcell Dareus was battling an injury of his own and is listed as questionable this week. Luckily, Dareus will likely be able to at least suit up for the Jaguars this Sunday.

Guard A.J. Cann is questionable this week as well, and if he cannot play, the Jaguars will likely turn to either Chris Reed to start in his place or to newly signed guard/tackle Patrick Omameh.

Bouye, Gipson, and Telvin Smith are not listed on this weeks status report indicating they are good to go for this Sunday’s game.

Below are the teams’ injury reports:

JAGUARS:

CB Quenton Meeks (Knee): Out

OL Josh Walker (Foot/Ankle): Doubtful

DT Eli Ankou (Calf): Doubtful

OL A.J. Cann (Hamstring): Questionable

DT Marcell Dareus (Triceps/Back): Questionable

STEELERS:

DE Stephon Tuitt (Elbow): Out

OL Marcus Gilbert (Knee): Out

For the Steelers, they will be without tackle Marcus Gilbert for the fourth straight week, and they will also be without tackle Marcus Gilbert. James Conner, who practiced fully all of this week, will be good to go.

Because of the injuries the Jaguars will face a familiar face on the Steelers defensive line in DE Tyson Alualu. The Steelers will start Matt Feiler. This will be the fourth consequtive start for Feiler.

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Jaguars vs. Steelers: Thursday Injury Report, Josh Walker likely Out

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The Jacksonville Jaguars and the Pittsburgh Steelers have released their Thursday injury reports ahead of this Sunday’s game at TIAA Bank Field. For the Jaguars, they are finally back healthy after weeks of having several starters miss practice during the week. Although they are not *fully* healthy, the Jaguars starters that are on the injury report will more than likely play, and will be practicing in some capacity today.

The only key injury worth noting this week has been to Left Tackle Josh Walker. Walker has started for the Jaguars for several weeks after Josh Wells went down with an injury. All indications point to Ereck Flowers starting for the Jaguars this week. He will have his hands full with T.J. Watt and Bud Dupree.

Jaguars Cornerback A.J. Bouye, who missed the past two games with a calf injury, looks good to go this week as he has so far been able to tough it out in practice.

The only additions to this weeks injury reports have been  Tashaun Gipson with a wrist injury and Marcell Dareus with a triceps injury. Neither of those injuries appears to be bad enough to miss this Sunday’s game, however, we will keep a close eye on the status report to be released tomorrow.

A late addition to the Jaguars injury report this afternoon was OL A.J. Cann. Cann suffered a hamstring injury and was limited today.

If the Jaguars miss Cann this week they are potentially in big trouble. Omameh would likely start for Cann.

Below are the teams’ injury reports:

JAGUARS:

CB A.J. Bouye (Calf): Full Participation

S Tashaun Gipson (Wrist): Full Participation

LB Lerentee McCray (Hamstring): Full Participation

LB Telvin Smith (Shoulder): Full Participation

OL Ereck Flowers (Knee): Limited Participation

DT Marcell Dareus (Triceps): Limited Participation

OL A.J. Cann (Hamstring): Limited Participation

CB Quenton Meeks (Knee): Did Not Participate

DT Eli Ankou (Calf): Did Not Participate

OL Josh Walker (Foot/Ankle): Did Not Participate

STEELERS:

QB Ben Roethlisberger (Coaches Decision): Full Participation

RB James Conner (Concussion): Full Participation

G Ramon Foster (Coaches Decision): Did Not Participate

OT Marcus Gilbert (Knee): Did Not Participate

DE Stephon Tuitt (Elbow): Did Not Participate

The Steelers will more than likely be without two key starters, and neither of those starters will be James Conner. Conner entered this week in the concussion protocol and the past two practices he has been able to practice fully.

Conner will suit up for his first start against the Jaguars defense that has to be hungry after completely ruining the Jaguars chance at victory last week.

The Steelers will be without Stephon Tuitt and Marcus Gilbert most likely.  No one else on the Steelers small injury report is in danger of missing the game.

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Jaguars vs. Steeleers: Wednesday Injury Report, A.J. Bouye Returns

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The Jacksonville Jaguars and the Pittsburgh Steelers have released their Wednesday Injury Reports ahead of their week eleven matchup at TIAA Bank Field. For the Jaguars, they are looking to get back star cornerback A.J. Bouye into the lineup.

This should help with some of the secondary woes the Jaguars have had as far as communication. Clearly, Bouye is one of the major contributors to getting folks lined up as the Jaguars have failed to do so in his absence.

Unfortunately for the Jaguars, the hits along the offensive line keep coming. Not only is Josh Walker unable to practice today, but Ereck Flowers is also going to be limited today with a  knee injury. Head Coach Doug Marrone suggested that Patrick Omameh was a possibility to play some left tackle as well as guard.

Rookie Cornerback Quenton Meeks is most likely not going to play again this week as he nurses a knee injury suffered in the Eagles matchup. With Meeks out Herndon will once again be active.

Jaguars defensive end Larentee McCray should see a return to action this week, however, he is listed on the injury report and will be limited. Telvin Smith and Tashaun Gipson are also listed on the Jaguars injury report.

Blake Bortles is not listed at all on the Jaguars injury report, however, there has been no indication of whether he is recovered from his should injury or not. More than likely this will be an injury to address in the offseason for the Jaguars Quarterback.

Marcell Dareus was a new addition to this week’s injury report. It is not known yet how servere his triceps injury is, however this will be a player to watch for tomorrow’s pratice and Friday’s walkthrough. Dareus has been healthy all of this season for the Jaguars.

Below are the Wednesday injury reports:

JAGUARS:

CB Quenton Meeks (Knee): Did Not Participate

DT Eli Ankou (Calf): Did Not Participate

OL Josh Walker (Foot/Ankle): Did Not Participate

CB A.J. Bouye (Calf): Limited Participation

DE Lerentee McCray (Hamstring): Limited Participation

OL Ereck Flowers (Knee): Limited Participation

DT Marcell Dareus (Triceps): Limited Participation

S Tashaun Gipson (Wrist): Full Participation

LB Telvin Smith (Shoulder): Full Participation

STEELERS:

DE Stephen Tuitt (Elbow): Did Not Participate

OT Marcus Gilbert (Knee): Did Not Participate

Ben Roethlisberger (Coaches Decision): Did Not Participate

RB James Conner (Concussion): Full Participation

The major injuries for the Steelers as they set to take on the Jaguars are to James Conner with his concussion and Marcus Gilbert with the knee injury. Conner seems set to get out of the concussion protocol and should be good to go for Sunday, however, it is unclear if Gilbert will be ready to play. Because Conner practiced fully today, it can be assumed he plays this Sunday.

Stephen Tuitt is also nursing an injury and depending on how the rest of the week shapes out, could miss the game on Sunday. Tuitt missed today’s practice, however, his status will be known more after tomorrow’s practice.

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