JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars wasted little
time returning to work after the NFL lockout.
Nearly every player, including first-round draft pick Blaine
Gabbert, showed up at the facility Tuesday.
Gabbert arrived at 7:45 a.m., getting an early start on working
out and meeting with coaches. Fellow quarterback David Garrard got
there a little later, joining many teammates in the locker room and
Although most of the players are back in town, the Jaguars will
officially report for a mandatory team meeting Wednesday evening
before taking the field for their first practice the following
The team still needs to sign its five draft picks and plans to
add several free agents later in the week. Tight end Marcedes Lewis
was one of the lone absentees Tuesday.
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