Hubbuch, Bart
December 2005
Sporting News;12/2/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 48, p43
The article presents information related to the football team Jacksonville Jaguars. Fred Taylor can't seem to escape his injury-prone reputation. He left Sunday's game against the team Tennessee Titans with a thigh bruise and already was nursing a bruised ankle. The special teams coverage units continue to be a constant source of trouble. They have given up several returns of 70 or more yards. The Jaguars simply don't have enough experienced players on special teams.


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