The Jaguars answered who their quarterback of the present is by signing Blake Bortles to a three-year, $54 million extension last week. The team has made it clear, though, that they expect more from Bortles next season.
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We were excited about that, Jaguars coach Doug Marrone said. I think Blake has shown during the year that he was progressing, getting better. Obviously when you give a player a contract now, we are looking for more, which we always are.
I can only speak for ours. When you look to the draft, it is not like I know there is a lot of talk about this team and they are ready and they only need one or two or three pieces, whatever it may be, but that is not the way I am approaching this. I am approaching this as we have to better our football team. We have to do a better job, starting with me and the coaches. I think the draft process or free agency Womens Sean Smith Jersey gives you the ability to go ahead and better your football team no matter what position it is. I don’t think anything is ever off limits when it comes down to trying to better your football team.
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Tessitore joined ESPN in 2002 and has provided the play-by-play for the network’s Saturday Night College Football Primetime Game and the College Football Playoff.
Sean McDonough leaving MNF to return to college football
ESPN turned over its Monday Night Football booth, replacing Sean McDonough after losing Jon Gruden to the Raiders.
McDonough has mutually agreed to leave Monday Night Football to return to college football for ESPN, Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated reports.
McDonough signed a new multi-year extension and his assignments will include a College Football Playoff Semifinal, ESPN later announced.
McDonough spent the past two seasons alongside Gruden in the Monday night booth. He first worked for ESPN in 1989-95 before re-joining the network in 2000.
McDonough became the fifth voice of Monday Night Football, joining Keith Jackson, Frank Gifford, Al Michaels and Mike Tirico.