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  • 49ers GM John Lynch mentioned last night that their medical staff did extensive checks on LB Reuben Foster and his shoulder injury, and they do not believe he’ll require any additional procedures. (Steve Wyche)
  • According to Matt Miller, South Alabama TE Gerald Everett has been connected to the 49ers throughout the draft process.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars fell to 4-8 on Sunday after a crazy, <a href=

stuff backbreaking 42-39 loss to the Tennessee Titans. On a day that saw a multitude of big plays and mistakes from both teams, the Jaguars ended up on the losing end.” width=”300″ height=”200″ /> The Jacksonville Jaguars fell to 4-8 on Sunday after a crazy, backbreaking 42-39 loss to the Tennessee Titans. On a day that saw a multitude of big plays and mistakes from both teams, the Jaguars ended up on the losing end.

ORLANDO, Fla. — The three Florida-based NFL teams are combining to give $400,000 to the OneOrlando Fund to support the victims’ families and survivors of the deadly nightclub shooting in Orlando.

The Miami Dolphins, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jacksonville Jaguars are uniting to help those affected by the June 12 shooting. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer started the OneOrlando Fund to support the survivors and the victims’ families.

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One of the best players in the NFL Draft is finally off the board. The Jaguars traded up to select UCLA linebacker Myles Jack with the No. 36 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.

Jack was the second overall player on NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah’s big board and would have likely be a top-five pick if not for a knee injury that could eventually require surgery.

NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported that Jack was long the player the Jaguars expected to take with the No. 5 overall pick. But he slid in the draft because of medical reports on his surgically repaired right knee. Jack admitted this week he may one day need microfracture surgery.

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The Jaguars are making their relationship with consultant Monte Kiffin official.

The 76-year-old godfather of “Tampa-2” and one of the most copied defensive signal-callers in recent NFL history, will be a defensive assistant with the team in 2016. Kiffin was most recently on the books as a defensive coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys, but was best remembered as the architect of Tampa Bay’s Super Bowl winning defense in 2002. He consulted with the Jaguars in 2015.

The Jaguars also added John Benton (assistant offensive line) and John Donovan (offensive quality control) to their staff on Monday.

We’ve seen plenty of NFL teams do this in recent years, most notably in Arizona. The Cardinalsturned to offensive coaching legend Tom Moore and defensive specialist Tom Pratt, who has coached in the NFL over six different decades. The Titans also jumped on the chance to hire defensive guru Dick LeBeau after he was let go by the Steelers. Institutional knowledge can be one of the most significant weapons a team can acquire in a league of constant change.

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DETROIT — With the losses mounting, medical it’s pretty clear Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley is in the final weeks of his tenure.

Nothing is definite until owner Shad Khan makes it so, but at this point, the Jaguars would likely need to win at least five of their remaining six games for Bradley to be retained for the 2017-18 season. The Jaguars haven’t won more than five games in any of Bradley’s three previous seasons, so winning five in the next six weeks — especially given the way the team played in the first 10 games — is unrealistic.

It seems that the only uncertainty now is when Khan will make the move. Could it be Monday? Sunday’s 26-19 loss to the Detroit Lions at Ford Field dropped the Jaguars to 2-8. It was their fifth loss in a row and 20th in their past 22 road games, and it ensured the franchise a ninth consecutive non-winning season.

Will Khan wait until the Jaguars lose their ninth game — Sunday in Buffalo? — therefore ensuring they cannot finish with a winning record? Does what happens in each game each week matter? Is Khan simply going to wait until the end of the season?



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The current losing streak at four games and the season disintegrating by the week, for sale Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said Monday some of quarterback Blake Bortles’ plays have been a “head-scratcher, nurse ” but not enough to bench him.

“I don’t see anything in the future that shows Blake Bortles is not our guy, cialis ” Bradley said at EverBank Field. “I have great confidence in him.”

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JACKSONVILLE, buy Fla. (AP) — The Houston Texans actually had a nice road trip. No surprise it came in Jacksonville, mind where the Jaguars are winless this season.

Brock Osweiler threw two touchdown passes, viagra sale Kareem Jackson returned an interception 42 yards for a score and the Texans beat the Jaguars 24-21 on Sunday for their first road win in 2016.

The Texans (6-3) scored on offense and defense and set up another score with special teams, a complete team effort that kept them perfect (3-0) against the AFC South. They won their fifth in a row against Jacksonville.

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