Jaguars end mini-camp
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have wrapped up their three day voluntary mini-camp.
Gus Bradley deemed the camp a success and said they applied strain to the players during the three days.
The Jaguars were without several players during the three days because of injuries.
On Thursday, Cecil Shorts, III was absent from practice because he was attending a funeral. Tyson Alualu and Andre Branch also didn't participate in the two hour session after working on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Jaguars next camp will be in May when Bradley hosts a rookie mini-camp after the draft.
Bradley said on Thursday he will meet this afternoon with all 18 of the workout players who participated this week. There's still no word if any of those players will be signed to the roster.
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