JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars opened
training camp with running back Maurice Jones-Drew and defensive
end Aaron Kampman among the four starters on the sideline and
another one getting fined for staying away.
Jones-Drew and Kampman are being held out while they recover
from knee injuries. Guard Vince Manuwai is out because of a
sprained right foot, and defensive tackle Terrance Knighton needs
to lose about 20 pounds before taking the field.
Coach Jack Del Rio says tight end Marcedes Lewis, who signed a
franchise tender and is under contract, will be fined for missing
camp and working out in California.
Also, the Jaguars have signed four of their five drafted
rookies, leaving first-round pick Blaine Gabbert and Lewis as the
team's only holdouts.
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