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Lamm at Large

LAMM AT LARGE: So what is a sports commentator to do?

The NFL is on vacation. The NBA season is done. The U.S. Open has been played. The MLB is in the dog days of summer.   So what is a sports commentator to do?   Make predictions, whether or not we know what we're talking about. So here's a guess of which teams win NFL division titles.   The Rams are an easy pick in the NFC West. Ditto for […]

todayJune 21, 2022

Lamm at Large

LAMM AT LARGE: Things that grabbed my attention recently:

Things that grabbed my attention recently:   # Our new U.S. Open golf champion, Matt Fitzpatrick, looks like he's 12 years old. Does that mean I'm getting old?   # You should always take what players say about their teammates, particularly new teammates, with a grain of salt. The latest example is Dolphins Tyree Hill saying his new quarterback,  Tua Tagovaloua, has a better arm than his previous QB Patrick […]

todayJune 20, 2022

Hays Carlyon's Jaguars Blog

Jaguars will win eight games with this schedule

By Hays Carlyon   The Urban decay is gone. The Renaissance led by Trevor Lawrence and Doug Pederson is here. The good times are coming. The Jaguars will win eight games this season after going a miserable 4-29 combined over the last two seasons. The head coach has been dramatically upgraded as Pederson, a Super Bowl champion, takes over for the stunningly unprepared Meyer. The offense lost three players of […]

todayMay 12, 2022

Hays Carlyon's Jaguars Blog

If 49ers will listen Jaguars should be all in on Deebo Samuel

By Hays Carlyon   I don’t believe San Francisco will trade receiver Deebo Samuel, despite him asking to be moved. However, Jaguars general manager Trent Baalke and coach Doug Pederson should absolutely pursue a deal. Make the 49ers say no. The best way to do that: offer up something no other team can -- the No. 1 pick. There are a couple of elements to this. Should the Jaguars do […]

todayApril 21, 2022

Hays Carlyon's Jaguars Blog

Projecting Jaguars 53-Man Roster: What it Tells Us About the Draft.

By: Hays Carlyon   The Jaguars aggressively attacked free agency in March. Now, comes the most important part of the offseason – the NFL Draft. The Jaguars have 12 picks in the draft, which starts April 28. Could a dozen players really make the 53-man roster? The best way to answer that is to project it. Let’s get a good look at exactly what the roster needs. Here is our […]

todayApril 20, 2022

Hays Carlyon's Jaguars Blog

From the Mind of an Intern – Recapping Jaguars Free Agency Moves

  Author: Trevor Voytko (1010XL Intern) Recapping the Jaguars 2022 Free Agency Moves   The Jaguars wanted to approach free agency aggressively, and they certainly did that by signing seven free agents for a total of $155.25M in guaranteed money. However, the public reception from the national sports media has been mixed, to say the least. On the one hand, the argument is that the Jaguars needed to overpay for […]

todayMarch 25, 2022

Hays Carlyon's Jaguars Blog

Jaguars improved after significant week of changes

By Hays Carlyon   First-year Jaguars coach Doug Pederson is trying to build a winning culture. That means bringing in a bunch of new veterans. It also means saying goodbye to entrenched Jaguars who have been immersed in losing for several years. After agreeing to terms with six players on Monday during the NFL’s opening day of legal tampering, the Jaguars cut one mainstay -- linebacker Myles Jack – while […]

todayMarch 17, 2022

Hays Carlyon's Jaguars Blog

Legal Tampering and Free Agency updates

The 2022 NFL legal tampering period has officially begun for the Jacksonville Jaguars beginning at 12pm EST – this two day period is the start of free agency allowing teams to enter talks with upcoming free agents, NFL teams are only allowed to outline the parameters of a potential contract and not make any official offers or host player visits. We will update you here with all reported news, nuggets, […]

todayMarch 14, 2022

Lamm at Large

LAMM AT LARGE: Olympic athletes are great, but I’m not watching

I didn’t lie. I haven’t watched one second of the Olympics. It’s my personal protest of China, the host country, and NBC, which wouldn’t dare say anything against China. But I have seen the highlights on the various sports networks. My takeaway is I don’t think we appreciate the incredible athleticism of the athletes – from the ice skaters to the skiers to the snowboarders and so on. There are […]

todayFebruary 10, 2022