(AP) More The more interesting nugget, however: Coughlin reportedly isnt a big fan of quarterback Blake Bortles, per Glazer. This cant be stunning, but it is interesting in that the Jaguars might not be ready to dump Bortles yet. They have a huge decision looming on the former No. 3 overall draft pick this offseason when they must decide whether to pick up his fifth-year option. http://www.blueridgefilmfest.com/logandixonnetwork/2016/11/27/todays-challenges-for-quick-systems-of-careerThat would lock him into a contract for 2018 commensurate with the transition tag, which guarantees a salary equal to the average of the top 10 salaries at the position. Currently, that number sits in the $21 million to $22 million range but could change depending on any extensions signed between now and then around the league. If Coughlin suggests that the team does not pick up the option, would that push him behind in the running for the position over a candidate who thinks they can revive his once-promising career? http://www.feelfreemaldives.com/newnoramurray/2016/10/26/some-simple-tips-on-trouble-free-plans-in-specialist-traineeThats unclear. Beyond that, which quarterback might Coughlin want?
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