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this when you have a chance to select your next club.” This was the final line of the NFL Players Association letter which made rounds round the league regarding the grievances filed by the NFLPA on behalf of Jaguars players Monday. Particularly Dante Fowler Jr. who was fined upwards to $700 Womens Landry Jones Jersey ,000 for missing voluntary offseason rehab in 2018. “In the offseason you have players from other leagues they come and ask me about the fines like ‘is it true y'all getting fined for stuff like this?’ and they laugh at us because they think that I’m lying,” Jaguars cornerback A.J. Bouye told members of the media shortly after practice today. The Jaguars’ number one cornerback has been fined before by the team in 2017 — his first season with the Jaguars. Typically players will find their own methods and how to go about treatment or rehabilitation, however, the Jaguars mandated the players use their methods instead. “I’ve been taught not to really go to things that don’t work for me,” said Bouye when asked about his fine. “But what don’t work for me might work for somebody else and they’re gonna force everyone to do it and I didn’t show up because I did something else.” Being forced to participate in an activity that you feel does not benefit you can be detrimental to your workout regimen or in your own personal recovery, however, players do have to participate if the team mandates it. An issue arises when players are forced to come during the voluntary portion of the offseason which is not a finable offense according the NFL-NFLPA collective bargaining agreement. “I paid the fine, I tried to appeal I couldn’t -- like alright even though it doesn’t benefit me I’m still gonna do it.”For younger players, Bouye says the fines could affect their bank account dramatically. For example, Jaguars undrafted free agent rookie safety Andrew Wingard earns a base salary of $495,000 per year. “This isn’t even like a big hit, or some type of penalty where you get fined, this is something coming in here and it’s just like those guys —younger guys who weren’t even given a chance — they’re getting fined right then. It sucks for [them].”These unnecessary fines could have an impact on how many players may think about joining the team in the future as far as free agency before and even during the season. The trust between the organization and players around the league has been broken under the leadership of Executive Vice President of Football Operations Tom Coughlin. Bouye has had players around the league ask him about the fine situation in Jacksonville, and he says they couldn’t believe it. He feels players may be deterred from coming to Jacksonville based on that alone. “I would think so only cause I had players ask me about it Donte Moncrief Jersey ,” Bouye told Big Cat Country when asked if the fines could deter players from joining the team in free agency. “I just told them my experiences, I didn’t tell them about everybody else but they just couldn’t believe it, nobody ever want to lose that much money.” The Jaguars have accounted for over 25% of the grievances filed by players, the NFLPA said in a statement released yesterday. An exuberant amount which impacts not only the players’ lives, but could impact their happiness with the team itself. “Even when you feel like you can’t talk to people about it, when you lose that much money that makes you feel a certain type of way. So you know there’s a lot of guys that get upset, we just have to find a way to push through it right now.” The best tight ends have come from a wide range in the NFL draft." Valuing the tight end position in the 2019 NFL draftNew,41commentsThe best tight ends have come from a wide range in the NFL draft.EDTWith the free agent signing of quarterback Nick Foles the Jacksonville Jaguars have all but said they will not be drafting for that position in round one of the 2019 NFL draft. Based on this move, speculation on what the Jaguars will do with the number seven pick has ranged from offensive tackle to defensive tackle, with the most interesting mock being a tight end.Opinions vary as to whether drafting a tight end that high is a value decision. You are more than likely to see teams look for high profile positions inside the top 10: wide receiver, quarterback, defensive end, corner back. The tight end is considered more of a luxury or necessity option, and many believe you should not pull the trigger on that position until later in round one http://www.thejaguarslockerroom.com/authentic-a.j.-bouye-jersey , if at all. The history of the Jaguars shows them following that trend, while also paying little attention to the position. Since their inception the team has only drafted six tight ends, with one being a first round selection and the others round four or later. They have not drafted for the position since 2015.2015 - Ben Koyack (7th)2009 - Zach Miller (6th)2006 - Marcedes Lewis (1st and the 28th overall)2003 - George Wrighster (4th)2002 - Chris Luzar (4th)1997 - Damon Jones (5th)Marcedes is easily the most productive of the lot, but even he did not live up to either his collegiate success at UCLA nor his draft slot. With a mass departure of players at the position, and nothing yet added via free agency, tight end seems to be an obvious focus for the 2019 draft. Iowa’s T. J. Hockenson has been a name mentioned at number seven on the basis of an impressive collegiate career, and an equally impressive NFL combine tryout. He has top shelf athletic skills to shine in the blocking game but more importantly as a receiver, a position Nick Foles values. While the position has been noted as being deep for this year’s draft, Hockenson stands out as the premium option, along with his fellow teammate Noah Fant. However, arguably, most draftniks rank T.J. as the better value.The argument has been made that, historically, tight end is not a position you move on in the top 10 and therefore the Jaguars would find better value at a position like offensive tackle where they are also in need. I take issue with this on two points Womens Leonard Fournette Jersey , First, the tight end position has transitioned to be just as valuable as a wide receiver. While still vastly outnumbered by wide receivers on the stat sheet (there are more on the field at any given time), the top 10 in receptions and touchdowns in 2018 included two tight ends. Over the past 10 years you could see as many as six tight ends in the top 20.Second, the investment in Foles demands some creative thinking, and creative drafting. The position Jaguars leadership has put this team in at the many skill positions requires them to make decisions that may go against traditional thinking. Barring the option of trading back and still landing either a Hockenson or Fant, Jacksonville would surely not be faulted for addressing a glaring offensive gap, and also for doing whatever they could to optimize their investment in Nick Foles.There is also some fault to be found in the argument for when the tight end position has been historically drafted. The truth is, historically value has been found anywhere from round one to finding an undrafted gem. Looking at the best tight ends in NFL history, and considering modern players who are excelling or have excelled at the position, while picking one in the top 10 is almost unheard of, selecting a tight end in round one does yield some Hall of Fame returns on investment.This list is not extensive, nor does it reflect in totality those tight ends who are in the Hall of Fame. What it does show is that first round talent is often found in the first round.Vernon Davis: Round 1 - 6th overallTony Gonzalez: Round 1 - 13th pick overallKellen Winslow: Round 1 - 13th overallJeremy Shockey: Round 1 - 14th pick overallOzzie Newsome: Round 1 - 23rd overallDallas Clark: Round 1 - 24th overallGreg Olsen: Round 1 - 31st overallZach Ertz: Round 2 - 35th overallRob Gronkowski: Round 2 - 42nd overallKyle Rudolph: Round 2 - 43rd overallTravis Kelce: Round 3 - 63rd overallJason Witten: Round 3 - 69th overallJimmy Graham: Round 3 - 95th overallShannon Sharpe: Round 7 - 192nd overallAntonio Gates: UDFAOther players who have specifically been drafted in the first round, and have not realized their draft status or are still to young to register are listed here.Eric Ebron: 10th overall (2014)O.J. Howard: 19th overall (2017)Brandon Pettigrew: 20th overall (2009)Tyler Eifert: 21st overall (2013)Jermaine Greshman: 21st overall (2010)Evan Engram: 23rd overall (2017)Hayden Hurst: 25th overall (2018)David Njoku: 29th overall (2019)The interesting thing about Eric Ebron is that his move to Indianapolis greatly improved his production, giving Andrew Luck a 13 touchdown target.There are very rarely “sure things” in the NFL draft Barry Church Jersey , and the tight end position is no different, than any other. The pre-draft evaluations of Hockenson are that he may be the most sure thing to grab on day one. While that is surely a point of debate, what is not debatable is just how much a game changing, dependable tight can do for his quarterback. Philadelphia, New England, Kansas City, San Diego, Dallas, and Indianapolis are prime examples of just how the position creates matchup challenges, and in New Englands case allows you to not field a wide receiving corps that has WR1 threat.How much of a difference is it to draft what you believe to be a playmaking tight end at seven versus 13? While T.J. Hockenson at seven might be considered a bit early historically based on actual draft numbers, that means very little if you think he can be productive. Jacksonville has more than one good reason to pull the trigger on the position where they presently sit, and history shows that such a decision makes good sense.

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