The Jacksonville Jaguars have only Gardner Minshew on their roster who has any sort of starting experience. The Jags have expressed their faith in stick with Minshew as their starter this season. One of their leaders, running back Leonard Fournette, seems to want to move in a different direction.
Appearing on ESPN's 'First Take' Thursday morning Fournette said, “Cam went to the Super Bowl. He’s a great guy. I’ve been knowing Cam for a minute now. And like I told some people that talked to me, it’s no disrespect to [Minshew]. I’m just trying to get in the best position as a team as we can [to] win. That’s all that was about. Just friendly competition ’cause that brings out the best in people.”
Kravitz and Zac weren't buying what Fournette was selling and they both agreed Fournette's comments reflect on the negative culture in Jacksonville.
The guys also talked about the potential that Alabama prospect Tua Tagovailoa could start to fall in the draft due to his injury history. Zac is convinced that Tua will be a member of the Dolphins when it is all said and done but Kravitz is starting to think that won't be the possibility and even sees Oregon prospect Justin Herbert getting drafted before Tua.
From 940 WINZ in Miami, Mike Lubitz also joined the show to share his thoughts on Tua's injury history and how that will impact where he goes in next week's NFL Draft.
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