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Jags wrap up first day in full pads

The Jaguars quarterback is back at training camp after injuring an ankle on Monday.
The Jaguars quarterback is back at training camp after injuring an ankle on Monday.
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Updated: 7/31/2013 2:30 pm
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--The Jaguars went through a two and a half hour Wednesday practice in full pads for the first time this training camp. Blaine Gabbert was limited today after suffering an ankle sprain on Monday. "Luckily it happened in practice four so I don't have much to worry about, I'll be ready to go tomorrow," said Gabbert. 

The defense seemed to be one step ahead of the offense during Wednesday's workout but there were some bright spots. Luke Joeckel who's having a "quiet camp" according to the head coach seems to have made a seamless transition to the right tackle spot. Ace Sanders looks as if he's ready to contribute immediately as a rookie on the receiving end as well.

Safety Johnathan Cyprien and receiver Justin Blackmon remain on the PUP or physically unable to perform list, but Bradley says both should be back soon. 

A couple other notes from the offense, the Jags have used a variety of schemes and "trick" plays through out camp. Today was no different as receiver Mike Brown  took a lateral pass and threw it down and across the field just missing running back Jordan Todman who was open on the play. Also Chad Henne ran an option left on the goal line with Mo-Jo the trailing back. Denard Robinson continues to work out of the wildcat as well. 

Practice again tomorrow at 9:55am, and remains open to the public. 
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