JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-- The Jaguars reported for fall work today anxious to begin training camp
"Hard to believe it's my 14th training camp, but I feel great, " said Jaguars center Brad Meester, who's played in a franchise record 193 games in his career. Conversely Luke Joeckel who will join Meester on the offensive line said, " I don't think I was even playing football when Meester began his NFL career in 2000."
The Jags first practice takes place Friday morning at 9:55 a.m. All 90 players are under contract and accounted for. Defensive back Dwight Lowery says it will be interesting working with many young players at his position in the defensive backfield.
Shad Khan was also on hand today, as were plenty of fans from the Jaguars Booster club.
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