"Smith, entering his fourth season as the Jaguars’ general manager, said this week while the team’s recent effort to trade for Jets quarterback Tim Tebow was another unique event in a unique time in the team’s history, he also believes that the events of recent months – change in ownership, change in head coach, addition of a new team president – has served to make the organization stronger."
"Consistency was no doubt a big issue for the rookie quarterback during the 2011 NFL season. There were a few games where Gabbert would have a drive and just march the offense right down the football field for a touchdown in a handfull of throws and make it look easy, hitting a "Wow" type throw or two on the drive. The problem was, on the very next drive it didn't look like Gabbert could hit the broad side of a barn. That's where the consistency and something that was harped on tons last year, poor mechanics, came into play."
"Cole surmises that the NFLPA has borrowed against the cap in future years, which means that the cap in future years will be lower than it otherwise should be. Which means that a spike in the cap is less likely. Which means that the players eventually may be feeling more than a little buyer’s remorse."