JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - No Maurice Jones-Drew. No Brad Meester. Not even Blaine Gabbert.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are getting their first look at the latest stage of their rebuilding project, an offensive overhaul that includes the loss of several starters.
Players went through the second day of offseason conditioning drills Wednesday and were still getting accustomed to not seeing Jones-Drew, Meester and others in the locker room.
The Jaguars let Jones-Drew walk in free agency, opting not to re-sign the 29-year-old running back who carried 1,804 times for 8,071 yards and 68 touchdowns in eight seasons. Meester, who started the last 90 games at center, retired in January after 14 seasons in Jacksonville.
The Jags also traded quarterback Gabbert and parted ways with veteran guard Uche Nwaneri.
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