Judge denies motion by Jacksonville rapper Julio Foolio’s attorney to remove prosecutor from case
Julio Foolio’s motion to disqualify the Assistant State Attorney accuses the prosecutor of participating in the on-scene investigation and discriminating against Foolio, who “has already suffered consequences.”
Jaguars have just 3 players left on COVID-19 list after moving 2 back to active roster
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. The Jaguars continue to thin out the list of players who have been sidelined or in quarantine from COVID-19. On Friday, the team removed tight end Charles Jones and receiver Michael Walker from the coronavirus list. The Jaguars have had 12 players on the list in total. Jacksonville has had two starters on the list since training camp began, right tackle Jawaan Taylor and quarterback Gardner Minshew. The Jaguars roster had three players opt-out of the season by Thursdays deadline, defensive end Lerentee McCray, cornerback Rashaan Melvin and defensive tackle Al Woods.
Patience is key for Marrone and Jaguars during training camp
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Doug Marrone said that patience is the word that hes getting across during training camp. With so many players landing on the newly established reserve/COVID-19 list, Marrone is learning a good bit of that himself during this challenging 2020, and said that its a process that everyone has to go through together. The Jaguars have had a league-high 12 players placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list since training camp began last week. But the large number of players who have been placed on the list has brought up the question if the Jaguars, or the players, could do anything differently. I think thats what a lot of us are going though.
Gardner Minshew among players placed on Jaguars Reserve/COVID-19 list
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Quarterback Gardner Minshew II was among the players who the Jaguars announced Sunday had been placed on the teams Reserve/COVID-19 list. Running back Ryquell Armstead, wide receiver Michael Walker and safety Andrew Wingard were also placed on the teams list. Players who are added to the list havent necessarily tested positive for the coronavirus. If a player tests positive for the coronavirus but is asymptomatic, he has to have 2 negative tests within five days after the positive test. If hes only been exposed to an infected person, he just needs a second negative test within 24 hours of the initial negative test.
Jaguars add two players, remove two from reserve/COVID-19 list
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Two more Jaguars players have been added to the reserve list for COVID-19, while two others have come off of it. Jacksonville announced that tight end Charles Jones and cornerback Parry Nickerson had been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. The reserve/COVID-19 list is new this year. Players who are added to the list havent necessarily tested positive for the virus. Around the NFL through Thursday, a total of 57 players have been on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Man charged with neglect for leaving 5-year-old girl at haunted house
MERRITT ISLAND, Fla. - An Indiana man is facing a child neglect charge after deputies say he left a young girl by herself at a haunted house on Florida's Space Coast and never went back to pick her up. Charles Jones was arrested Thursday, Halloween night, after turning himself in at a Brevard County Sheriff's Office precinct. An arrest report has the girl's age and relationship to Jones redacted, but WFTV in Orlando reports the girl is the 5-year-old daughter of Jones. Deputies were called to the Merritt Island haunted house after other parents found the girl unsupervised. The arrest report says she was scared after being left at the house for 2 hours.
Jaguars trim roster to 53 on final day of cuts
Jacksonvilles Andrew Wingard (42) makes a tackle during Thursdays preseason loss to the Falcons. JACKSONVILLE, FLA - The Jaguars have finalized their 53-man roster. The team announced its final list of cuts on Saturday prior to the 4 p.m. roster deadline. All seven of the team's 2019 draft picks made the roster. Two undrafted free agents made the final 53, safety Andrew Wingard and linebacker Joe Giles-Harris.
At least nine Jaguars won't play Thursday vs. Miami
Getty ImagesJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Two days before the vital third preseason game, Jaguars' head coach Doug Marrone said there are nine players who definitely won't play in the game due to injuries. On defense, injured linebackers Quincy Williams, Jake Ryan, Davis Tull, and defensive tackle Marcell Dareus will not play in Miami against the Dolphins. And then, obviously, the players that can play are actually going to play." Marrone said that the running back will play on Thursday, but did not disclose who many touches he expects him to receive. The expectation is that quarterback Nick Foles will see his first action in a preseason game, which has created anticipation from fans, coaches and players.