Jacksonville Jaguars do everything they can to get off track.
The team used its fifth kick of the season on Sunday after promoting John Brown in the pre-match squad against the Detroit Lions. But Brown, unlike the veteran kicks Jaguars used before this season, has no regular season NFL experience.
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Brown was on the lists of Cincinnati Bengals and San Francisco 49ers after he disappeared in 2016. He played football in Kentucky before moving to Louisville. He moved to football during his junior year and was only used to start.
Brown made the change after impressing a kicking coach in 201
Jaguars coach Doug Marone praised Brown when he spoke to reporters earlier in the week.
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“We developed it, it looked good and [I] I guess we’ll just have to see when it comes out there on Sunday. But there is a difference. I think the only thing in this position that I’ve learned from my experience is that you can go out there and look good in practice, but I think it’s a completely different ball game when you go out there on a Sunday and then the pressure [be]participates, “Marone said.
The Jaguars started the season with Josh Lambo, but he is in the injured reserve with a hip problem from week 2. Brandon Wright, Stephen Hauschka and Aldrick Rosas have passed, but none of them remained.
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Jacksonville are 1-4 this season.