The Jaguars took to the game field inside EverBank for the first time during 2019 training camp on Friday morning.
In a scrimmage that was closed to the public the Jaguars' offense and defense, as they have been for much of training camp, were highly competitive.
Nick Foles may have been the most impressive of all the Jaguars on the day. He completed 14/17 passes in 11-on-11, several of which were of the highlight variety. Foles continues to show excellent accuracy and pocket presence.
DJ Chark and Chris Conley both had stand out performances. Chark hauled in a diving grab from Foles at the one-yard line and another impressive first down across the middle. Conley caught several passes, including two straight when covered man-to-man by the King, Jalen Ramsey.
The Jaguars' tight ends continued their strong camps. James O'Shaughnessy brought in a 30-yard pass from Foles. Geoff Swaim made several grabs, including a touchdown in the back of the end zone from Tanner Lee. Charles Jones, who will get more reps while Josh Oliver is sidelined with a hamstring injury, caught two passes and continued to impress.
Leonard Fournette and RyQuell Armstead appear ready to be a ferocious two-headed monster at running back. Both caught passes and showed physicality and elusiveness. Keeping those two healthy will be a top priority.
The offensive line surrendered sacks to Calais Campbell and Dawuane Smoot but overall had a decent day.
Rookie defensive end Josh Allen regularly dropped into coverage and looked comfortable doing so. He's going to be a versatile chess piece for the Jaguars' defense.
Najee Goode took Quincy Williams' place in the starting lineup. But it was Joe Giles-Harris who stole the show at linebacker today. The rookie from Duke made two impressive pass breakups in a row.
At cornerback, Tre Herndon continued his hot start to training camp. He broke up a pass intended for Keelan Cole. After the play, Cole limped off the field and didn't return. Breon Borders had a spectacular scrimmage. The first-year player from Duke recorded three pass breakups, each one more difficult than the last. He's already picked up three interceptions and is making a strong case to make the 53 man roster.
Logan Cooke was solid in the punting department. He only had three attempts, but he got one of them to land and roll out of bounds inside the 10-yard line.
Josh Lambo only had one field goal attempt from 45 yards, which he nailed. He also converted two PATs.
The Jaguars worked on some more situational football in the scrimmage, lining their offense up inside the five-yard line for a period.
On the injury front:
Keelan Cole left practice early with an unspecified injury.
Rookie wide receiver Marcus Simms also made his way to the locker room well before the practice was over.
Rookie tight end Josh Oliver, who limped off the practice field on Thursday has a significant hamstring injury. There's no timetable for his return.
Rookie linebacker Quincy Williams suffered a meniscus injury that will require surgery, but Doug Marrone made it clear that the team expects him to be back by the start of the regular season. On Friday morning Marrone said that Williams' knee had been sore for a couple of days before the injury took place.
Rookie undrafted cornerback Saivion Smith missed practice with a swollen ankle.
Cam Robinson, Marqise Lee, and Jake Ryan are continuing to work on the side as they work back from knee injuries.
Thomas Rawls and AJ Bouye remain sidelined with hamstring soreness.
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