If you didn’t know just how bad the Jacksonville Jaguars were going to be this season, you got an idea on Tuesday night when they released their starting quarterback David Garrard. FOXSports.com’s Jay Glazer says that the team plans to start Luke McCown in the Jags in Jacksonville’s season opener against the Titans.
Garrard was due $7.975 million this year and was entering the fourth year of his seven year deal with the Jaguars. Speculation on where Garrard will land has begun to heat up around the interwebs today and the Ravens are expected to be a potential candidate.
Jamison Hensley of The Sun says that he expects the Ravens to “take a hard look” at Garrard as their veteran backup quarterback. Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County times thinks that Garrard “would be a good backup to Joe Flacco” but will likely be too expensive.
Remember when Paul Tagliabue told Baltimore to build a museum instead of giving them a football team‘ and then granted franchises to Jacksonville and Carolina? Yeah, that’s worked out well huh Tag?