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Large workload on tap?
Ready for No. 2 duties?
Set to move on from Jacksonville
Heart condition potentially deadly
Gunter, who announced his retirement Sunday, was at high risk of serious disability or death if he'd continued playing, Adam Maya of NFL.com reports. "After seeing several heart specialists I was told if I continue to play ball with my condition, I could possibly rupture or tear my aorta which is enlarged," Gunter said. "This can cause sudden death or a severe stroke."
Making good impressions
COVID tag could be precautionary
Lack of depth an advantage?
Still drawing suitors
Holdout could reach training camp
No resolution in sight
Deceptive 2019 numbers?
Ready for rookie-year impact?
Not fazed by unique offseason
Minshew is confident in his ability to prepare for the 2020 season despite virtual OTAs because of similar experiences during his college days, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. "His path [to this point] was a rough path and it was one where he had to adjust," Minshew's coach at Washington State, Mike Leach, said. "There's not many people in the NFL that have been a part of more offenses than Gardner Minshew. He's an adapter, and he's skilled at it, and he's trained at it. All that is going to play into his favor to put his best foot forward."
Primed for significant role
Brought in as insurance
Glennon's recent signing appears aimed at achieiving the comfort level a veteran backup quarterback offers, as opposed to providing direct competition for presumptive starter Gardner Minshew, John Oehser of the team's official site reports.
Latest signing shouldn't be threat
Could fill multiple roles as rookie
Shenault, the Jaguars' 42nd overall pick in the 2020 draft, could be utilized at up to four skill positions during his rookie campaign, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. "You can put him in the backfield. He can play Wildcat," coach Doug Marrone said. "You can put him as the F tight end. You can do a lot of things with him. You see it on his tape in 2018 and 2019. That's one of the things we looked at."
Pivotal season ahead?
Armstead may have an opportunity for an extended role in 2020 after the Jaguars declined the fifth-year option on Leonard Fournette (neck).
Difficult season ahead?
The Jaguars' decision to decline the fifth-year option on Fournette (neck) and the recent signing of pass-catching specialist Chris Thompson could lead to a challenging 2020 season for the former.
Window closing for trade
Status remains in limbo
Not seen as fit for Tampa Bay
On way out of Jacksonville?
Hoping for Cam Newton signing
Jags setting high asking price