Jalen Ramsey has not participated in the Jaguars’ offseason program, and the cornerback is not expected back with his teammates until the mandatory minicamp begins June 12.
Jalen will be here for mandatory minicamp, Jaguars coach Doug Marrone said Friday, via quotes distributed by the team. He is training with his dad.
Then quarterback Tom Brady and tight end Rob Gronkowski kept everyone on edge by skipping OTA workouts.
On Thursday, a bad off-season got even worse, when news broke that wide receiver Julian Edelman faces a four-game suspension for PED use, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter:
With Amendola and Cooks gone, Edelman will be Brady’s go-to receiver in 2018. The former seventh round pick missed all of the 2017 season, including the playoffs, with a torn ACL.
When healthy, Edelman is one of the best slot receivers in the NFL.
State officials late Thursday warned racetracks they need to hold off until Gov. Phil Murphy signs newly passed sports betting legislation, according to a letter obtained by NJ Advance Media.
Monmouth Park in Oceanport has discussed being ready to accept bets as soon as this weekend. The talk came shortly after lawmakers passed historic legislation that would finally authorize legal sports betting in New Jersey.
In the bill that cleared both the Assembly and Senate, lawmakers removed a provision that would have penalized anyone who opened a sports betting operation before a new law was signed. That technically allows sports betting to begin under an existing law that does require state regulation.
Case is working hard, Musgrave said, via the team’s website. It’s a new system for him, it’s a new system for everybody. Case is getting — exclusively — all the reps with the ones. We’re not splitting them like you would if you didn’t have an established starter, so he’s getting more concentrated work, and it’s paying dividends.