Changing how to combat sports concussions

As concussions and brain injuries in sports continues to be at the forefront of a national dialogue, more and more is being done to combat an issue that some say hasn't been dealt with properly.  

4-Down Territory: Johnathan Cyprien

Every week on Jaguars All-Access we're joined by a different player. Get to know your favorite Jaguar a little better during 4-down territory. This week our guest was wide safety Johnathan Cyprien.

22 years ago, the Jaguars were born

I had been with Wayne Weaver the day the league awarded Charlotte a franchise a month ago and then told him to wait. He was not happy.

IMAGES: Jaguars through the years | 

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Jaguars red zone inefficiency baffling

Last week Gus Bradley hinted that the Jaguars could use T.J. Yeldon in the red zone more often against the Chargers. That didn’t happen. The Jaguars scored just one touchdown in four trips inside the red zone against San Diego. 

AP Photo/Stephen B. Morton

Hurns doing good, Lee ready if needed

After being carted off the field late in Sunday’s loss to San Diego, Jaguars wide receiver Allen Hurns is doing “good” according to head coach Gus Bradley. 

Military Appreciation Day at EverBank

Sunday was military appreciation day at EverBank Field, and the Jaguars as well as fans paid tribute to the members of America's armed forces during the game.

Allen Hurns released from hospital

Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Allen Hurns was released from an area hospital tonight after being diagnosed with a concussion. Hurns tweeted later in the evening he would be alright.

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Jags' play 'unacceptable' in 31-25 loss

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said the team's play Sunday was "unacceptable" in a 31-25 loss to the San Diego Chargers at EverBank Field.

Commentary: Rivers beats Jags

Philip Rivers put on a clinic, using the Jaguars defense as his plaything throwing four touchdown passes in a 31-19 win by the Chargers.


Chargers/Jaguars: All about Rivers

Sam Kouvaris commentary:  It was pretty competitive last year in San Diego in the first half for the Jaguars against the Chargers. But despite being down by only three, 17-14 going to the locker room, the Jaguars couldn’t muster any offense in the second half and lost, 33-14 falling to 0-4.

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Jaguars keys to victory vs. Chargers

After enduring a four-game losing streak the Jaguars have responded by winning three of their last four. They’re just a game outside of the division lead in the AFC South Division. On Sunday they face a San Diego Chargers team that is just 2-8 on the season.

Jaguars honor troops against Chargers

There is no great sacrifice than the one made by the brave men and women who have served and are currently serving our country. When the Jaguars face the Chargers they will all be honored during the annual Salute to Service Military Appreciation game. 

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