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Being an athlete featured on TMZ.com is normally a bad thing. Not so for Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles and receiver Marqise Lee.
TMZ Sports caught up with the two in Los Angeles International Airport on their way to the NFLPA's Rookie Premiere. It wasn't an ambush interview and the subject was pretty benign: alligators.
The two were asked if they were afraid of being attacked by an alligator in their new city. Lee, a Los Angeles native, laughs at the question. Bortles, who grew up in Orlando, had a tale to tell of coming pretty close to a gator when he was younger.
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CNNSI.com's Chris Burke grades the Jaguars' offseason as a B-plus.
The Florida Times-Union's Hays Carlyon writes that coach Gus Bradley is confident that defensive end Chris Clemons will be in town for next week's OTAs.
The T-U's Ryan O'Halloran writes that Bradley praised several players following Thursday's OTA.
Offensive line coach George Yarno has been diagnosed with cancer.