June 25, 2021

Jaguars are set to sign former NFL QB Tim Debo into a one-year deal to play tight in Jacksonville

Tim Debo is back in the NFL. After a gap of six years, The Jaguars Plan to sign a one-year contract with the former NFL quarterback, Confirmed by Jonathan Jones of CBS Sports. As previously announced, Debo will play in the tight end for the Jaguars.

Depot, 33, Recently worked For the Jaguars who coached Depo while making a record at the University of Florida and head coach Urban Meyer. Former Heisman Trophy winner Depot went 9-7 Broncos‘Starting a quarterback before spending a season New York Jets. He then had two uninterrupted stops with the Jets Patriots Before spending almost five years in the Mets Minor League system.

Depo, a two-time national champion with Gators, finished just 47.3% of his passes with the Broncos in two seasons. In the 11 regular seasons starting in the 2011 season, Depo completed just 46.5% of his shots, throwing twice as many touchdowns (12) than interceptions (6). But after helping the Broncos win the AFC West Division title, Delbo threw a touchdown pass to win the game in Denver’s offset win over Pittsburgh in the wild-card round. Debo’s next game – a loss to the Patriots in the regional round – will be the final start under the center for the NFL team.

The mayor recently confirmed that he has worked with Depo Jaguars on a tight end. The tight end includes the current depth of the Jaguars Chris Manhertz, Rookie Luke Farrell, And Tyler Davis.

“I have a job that won me over playing with the Jaguars in Jacksonville.” The mayor said. “If Tim Depo or Travis Etienne It is my job to help them win and then get them ready to play. That decision has certainly not yet been made. “

Depo can be asked to play in the tight end and serve as a guide for the quarterbacks Trevor Lawrence, Tops the draft. Like Debo, Lawrence led his college team to a national championship before the first round.

“The most important thing for Trevor is to learn the crime, not to sell billboards around the state of Florida.” The mayor said. “We’m going to be very careful about that. The good thing is that it’s very important to him. He’s not a guy, as you can see, he’s not even in the draft. His focus is he wants to live here, he wants to train here, he wants to win. Obviously, it’s very appealing to our staff. “

As Lawrence embarks on his NFL tour, he gets another chance to make an impact at Depo Gridron. Fred Taylor, the industry’s fastest leader in the Jaguars,’s the news that Debo has signed on in the opening days about Debo’s short run for the NFL opening quarterback.

“I don’t think Tim got a perfectly reasonable scenario because most coaches say, ‘We need a prototype NFL quarterback,'” Taylor said. All things covered with Patrick Peterson & Bryant Macbeth. “He’s not like that. It was just before the zone was studied and the crimes changed. And, if Tim had been able to keep those crimes for a long time, nurture them like the last couple of years, I think you would have seen a better quarterback.”