The Jacksonville Jaguars and Florida Blue hosted Family Night inside Everbank Field on Friday night.

Family Night included a two hour evening practice, fireworks, and a chance for player autographs. Approximately 20,250 fans attended the Jags fifth consecutive practice in pads, conducted in a first-team versus first-team format.

QBs and WRs

Blake Bortles started the day strong during 7-on-7 drills and remained mostly consistent through the rest of practice. Later in the evening, he completed a solid pass to Robinson, immediately followed by a 30-yard touchdown pass to Marqise Lee. Early on, third-team quarterback Brandon Allen completed a 33-yard pass to Amba Etta-Tawo and a 27-yard pass to Shane Wynn.

RBs and Oline

Chris Ivory practiced on first-team and Leonard Fournette on second-team. Leonard Fournette took a hit from DT Sheldon Day. On the next play, Chad Henne tossed him a 10-yard pass which he then took in for a 78-yard touchdown. Later in practice, TJ Yeldon had a long run that neared a touchdown, as well.

Friday’s practice had the first-team offensive line as Josh Wells at left tackle, Patrick Omameh at left guard, Brandon Linder at center, AJ Cann at right guard, and Jermey Parnell at right tackle. Cam Robinson worked with the second-team for the first half of practice and the first-team during the later half. Similarly, Jeremiah Poutasi played at right tackle on second-team early on and later on first-team.

LBs and Dline

Telvin Smith covered a pass for Marcedes Lewis during red-zone drills. Dante Fowler Jr. had a sack on Blake Bortles and a strip sack on Chad Henne.


Doran Grant and Josh Johnson practiced at first-team corner. Brian Dixon worked with the second-team.

Head Coach

Doug Marrone told he’s happy with how training camp is going so far: “You hardly ever see me smiling. You hardly ever see me happy, but I thought it was a good week. It’s a start. We still have a ways to go. We have to continue to keep working this way to become a more physical football team. It’s been a grind for the players. I keep saying we want to be a physical football team. We came out of it injury-free, which is important.”


Calais Campbell is still out with an undisclosed injury and didn’t practice on Friday. Jalen Ramsey, Aaron Colvin, and Marquez Williams remain on the PUP list.

The Jacksonville Jaguars have a small break from camp until early Sunday when they will practice and then head to Foxborough, Massachusetts for next week’s scheduled practice with the New England Patriots.

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