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Around the AFC South: Jaguars fined for OTA violations

We just couldn’t help ourselves.

Jacksonville Jaguars Mandatory Minicamp Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images

Welp. The Urban Meyer era in Jacksonville is off to an incredible start. Forgive me if I left something out. The Jags are the gift that keeps on giving. First was the Chris Doyle disaster. Then came the Tim Tebow (as a tight end, at that) signing.

And now, Meyer and the Jaguars are one of three teams to be fined for violating OTA protocols, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

The Jaguars were fined $200,000 and Meyer himself was fined $100,000. The Cowboys and 49ers were also fined for the same offence. The Jags offence seems to be the worst of the bunch, as their fines were much higher than that of the other two teams.

The Jaguars issued a response to the fines, per Long: “The Jaguars are vigilant about practicing within the CBA rules and will re-emphasize offseason training rules as they relate to contact.”

As a Titans fan, you have to feel pretty confident that the Meyer era in Jacksonville will be short lived and filled with more head-scratching moments like this one.