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Where Will Tim Tebow Land?

With the Denver Broncos officially introducing Peyton Manning as their new starting quarterback today, the focus now shifts to their former starting QB Tim Tebow. Several teams are interested in the former Heisman Trophy winner, including...

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Jacksonville Jaguars Owner Says; “For Me A Fan Is Somebody Who Is A Season Ticket Holder”

Talk about getting off on the wrong foot!

The new owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars has a huge PR problem, and it's all his fault.

Shahid Khan is in serious damage control mode after his recent statement about what he believes makes a fan of his team.

Khan explained just what it takes to be a Jaguars fan, in his opinion:

"For me a fan is somebody who is a season ticket holder for the Jaguars", said Khan.  "So that is a key definition we need to get out."

"We want to hear from people, we want a huge amount of constructive feedback. We need input, but we need that from fans who are season ticket holders."

Really?...Really!?...REALLY!?!?!?!?!?!?

So, if you can't afford season tickets, or if you work on Sundays, thereby making your season tickets almost useless, or if you just prefer to support them in other ways, you aren't a fan, Mr. Khan!?

Personally, I think that's a ludicrous statement, and so do a lot of Jaguar fans, who were more than upset.

As I mentioned, Khan and the Jaguars are now in full damage control mode, as a Jaguars' representative said that Khan was joking, and that it was an off-the-cuff comment.

The representative read an e-mail from Khan:

"All it takes to be a Jaguars fan is to love the Jaguars.  And if you love the Jaguars, you're the most important person to me and the entire organization."

Okay, let me give Khan the benefit of the doubt, and assume he was joking (which I highly doubt he was).

Still, a poor decision by delivering a brutal joke.

You're off to a roaring start there in Jacksonville, Mr. Khan. First, you hire Mike Mularkey as your new head coach, and now this.

For the record, I have nothing against Mularkey, but the hiring didn't exactly excite a lot of Jaguar fans.

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NFL Thursday Night Football Preview – Week 15: Jacksonville Jaguars at Atlanta Falcons

Jacksonville Jaguars at Atlanta Falcons – 8:30 PM
Atlanta (8-5) needs to win this game to keep its current position as one of two NFC wild card teams...

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Philip Rivers Passes San Diego Chargers Over Jacksonville Jaguars 38-14 on ‘Monday Night Football’

Philip Rivers threw for 294 yards and three touchdowns, and the San Diego Chargers beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 38-14 on Monday night. The victory snapped a six-game losing streak for San Diego (5-7)...

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The NFL’s Most Underwhelming Rookies

Some of the first-round draft choices from the 2011 NFL Draft have made immediate impacts in their rookie season.

Linebacker Von Miller of the Broncos, cornerback Patrick Peterson of the Cardinals, and quarterback Cam Newton of the Panthers are just a few of the rookies who were drafted in the first-round that have their current employers optimistic about the future.

There are others, who while it's still way too early to call them "flops", or even disappointments, that haven't played up to their team's expectation, either because of talent, experience, injuries, or unforeseen circumstances.

What rookies who were drafted in last April's NFL Draft have had the most underwhelming seasons?

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Pete Carmichael May Be A Candidate For Head Coaching Jobs

Anytime an NFL team has success, people in their organization will be in demand.

That's certainly the case with the New Orleans Saints, who won the Super Bowl in 2009, made the playoffs last year, and are currently in first-place in the NFC South.

Defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, who has already been a head ocach in the league, received some attention about head coaching opening last year, and now offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael has reportedly been generating some talk.

Again. this should come as no surprise to anyone. Carmichael is a solid coach, who's been part of a winning franchise.

It would be a surprise if his name wasn't bandied about.  

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Saints Handle Jaguars, 23-10

The New Orleans Saints captured their third-consecutive victory on Sunday, defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars, 23-10, in Jacksonville, Florida.

Quarterback Drew Brees led the way for the Saints, completing 31 of 44 passes, for 351 yards, and a touchdown, while tight end Jimmy Grahama caught ten Brees passes, for 132 yards, and a touchdown.

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Saints Take On Jaguars

The New Orleans Saints will be looking to extend their win streak to three games on Sunday afternoon, when they travel to Jacksonville, Florida, to take on the Jacksonville, Jaguars.

Kick-off time is set for noon.

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Charles Brown Bracing For First Start

New Orleans Saints offensive tackle Charles Brown was thrown into game action in Sunday's win over the Houston Texans when starting right tackle Zach Strief left with an injury. Up to that point, the 2nd year pro had never played more than bunch formation and special team packages. Brown was impressive in his first extended playing time. "Charlie Brown did a fantastic job for us today," remarked Drew Brees after the win. Now Brown must prepare for his first NFL start this Sunday in Jacksonville. Is he ready?

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Week 4 NFL Predictions

This Sunday, the New Orleans Saints travel to Jacksonville, Florida, to take on the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Can the saints extend their current two-game winning streak?

Which one of the three unbeaten teams will remain just that?

Can any of the five winless teams pick up their first victory?

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