After the last decade of annually watching the Jaguars trot out an archaic and often stagnant offense, it appears that unlike the proclomations of the previous "New Era", this reincarnation of Jaguars football will actually be able to be more than, "three yards and a cloud of dust".
I made my way out to the inaugural "Mini-Camp Mularkey", and the impressions I came away with were more than I had gone in hoping to see. Especially from the looks of the second-year QB, and national "celebrity".
My observations and some detailed interesting offensive innovations, after the jump.
The WRs didn't have a great day when I was out there yesterday,