2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
6-10, 4th in AFC South
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6dMichael DiRocco

Jaguars hire McAdoo as quarterbacks coach

The Jaguars have added former Giants head coach Ben McAdoo to their staff as QB coach. He joins offensive coordinator Jay Gruden, another former head coach, on Doug Marrone's staff.

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14dMichael DiRocco

Jags to play two London games to boost revenue

The Jaguars will play two games in London next season in an attempt to increase their local revenue and escape the bottom quartile of the league in that category.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars players almost certainly won't be happy with second game in London. Playing in the UK makes them subject to significantly higher taxes than they would be in the United States and now the players will pay that twice in 2020 – in effect they're taking a pay cut so the Jaguars can make more money. Players grumbled about the higher tax rate in the locker room before. It surely will be louder now.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

More Jaguars owner Shad Khan: "Winning is the top priority. Everything we're striving to do for the franchise and the city is about winning and about what building a franchise that expects to win consistently. I just came back from the Super Bowl and obviously witnessed first-hand the energy of the fans and obviously joy of Kansas City fans afterwards and I want that more than anything for the Jaguars fans. And we're not going to rest until we get there."

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars owner Shad Khan expects a positive fan reaction to second London home game: “I think if you go back when the first game was announced and really historically what that's done for the city and done for the Jaguars, so my expectation is that it should be very positive," he said. "Everything we're doing helps the city, helps us, and that's what you need a small-market team to do to get on a competitive footing with all the resources you need to compete with the other big-market teams.”

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars make roughly twice on a home game in London than they do on a home game in TIAA Bank Field. Team president Mark Lamping said adding another game in Wembley was "the right action" for the team to take and the best way to offset the boost the Chargers, Raiders and Rams will be receiving from moving into new stadiums and stabilize the long-term future of the franchise."

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars are moving a second home game in 2020 overseas to London's Wembley Stadium in an attempt to increase their local revenue and escape the bottom quartile of the league in that category, the team announced. The games will be held on back-to-back Sundays and dates and opponents will be announced in April when the league reveals the schedule. However, it will not be either Pittsburgh or Chicago.

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16dMichael DiRocco

Campbell first Jaguar to win NFL Man of the Year

Jaguars defensive end Calais Campbell was named the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year on Saturday night for his work with the CRC Foundation and Season of Giving donations, which totaled $100,000.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Bruce Smith said former Jaguars LT Tony Boselli was a phenomenal talent but wouldn't say if Boselli, who caught the nation's attention when he shut down Smith in a playoff game, should make the HOF. "Look, it's all about a body of work," Smith said. "It's not my call one way or another. I can say he was an outstanding player when he was on the field. Obviously the voters are the ones that decide that, but when he was on the field [he was] outstanding.” The five inductees will be named Saturday.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Talked to Bruce Smith about former Jaguars LT Tony Boselli and HOF. Smith said Boselli's short career (91 games) should be a consideration. "You're talking about an outstanding player," Smith said. "The body of work was not complete. I think he played six years and he had four Pro Bowls [seven and five]. You can't compare that body of work to someone that's played 13 years and made 10 Pro Bowls. That's just not a fair comparison. But when he was on the field he was one of the best, absolutely.”

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Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars defensive lineman and Pro Bowl defensive MVP Calais Campbell met Kobe Bryant multiple times and said he always came away from those meetings very encouraged. "Kobe's one of my heroes. He's a great inspiration to me."

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Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars rookie Josh Allen said he found out about Kobe just before he came onto the field. "It broke everybody's hearts, man." The greatest lesson he took from Kobe was his "Mamba" mentality. "I know he don't know me, but just know, I know him, and I'm gonna live through that."

Team Stats

Passing Yards235.016th
Rushing Yards106.817th
Points For18.826th
Points Against24.8