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Wright On

Florida Times-Union reporter Michael C. Wright covers the ins and outs of the Jacksonville Jaguars. In this blog, he'll share behind-the-scenes anecdotes not published within the pages of the T-U, in addition to offering up incessant ramblings about nothing such as road trips, crummy hotels and not-so-delicious press box food. Perhaps he'll even delve into serious discussions about NFL issues. So ask questions, participate in conversations, or just learn more about the Jags.

Saturday, August 11, 2007

Clint Ingram out

Jaguars linebacker is out for the rest of the game with a right ankle sprain.

Jones, Wilford to play

It appears that receivers Matt Jones and Ernest Wilford will play tonight.

Both players are going through warmups here at Dolphin Stadium. It appears that cornerback Scott Starks (broken hand) and tight end George Wrighster (shoulder) won't play in tonight's game.

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Jags waive Wilbur

Eric Wilbur's Jaguars career lasted less than 24 hours.

The club waived Wilbur on Wednesday after he participated in just one workout.

An undrafted rookie punter from Florida, Wilbur worked out on Tuesday and signed a contract in time to join the the team for its night practice session. When the club took the field on Wednesday, Wilbur was nowhere to be found.

"Anybody that comes out has an opportunity," Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio said.

How long that lasts, obviously, is another story.

Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Wilford injury not serious

Just spoke with Jack Del Rio at the close of Tuesday's night practice and it appears that Ernest Wilord's knee injury isn't serious.

Del Rio said an MRI has been performed and everything "looks good." The club also signed former Florida punter Eric Wilbur, an undrafted rookie. The Jaguars also released punter Tony Yelk.

In other practice news, rookie guard Uche Nwaneri was carted off the field because of heat-related cramps. Del Rio says Nwaneri will be fine.