AFC Notes: Jaguars, Patriots, Ravens



Jaguars HC Doug Marrone apologized for how poorly things have gone this season for the team.

“I’m truly sorry I let so many down, that I couldn’t have done a better job,” Marrone said, via “For our fans who are so disappointed and our sponsors, I truly take responsibility and apologize. It’s the holiday time, and you want your team to be doing well, so people can have some pride or joy. And that’s my job, and I haven’t done that.”


  • Albert Breer believes Tom Brady is more likely to remain in New England than play for another team.
  • Breer says the Patriots could prove to be Brady’s best option next year, as it wouldn’t be easy for him to uproot his life and assimilate with a new team, coaching staff and locker room at this point in his career.
  • Beyond that, Breer isn’t sure if the Patriots are ready to go all-in on Jarrett Stidman as their starting quarterback.
  • Although, Breer admits he isn’t ruling anything out regarding Brady including the possibility of him retiring.
  • We have him featured in our Top 50 – 2020 Free Agents list.


The Ravens plan to bench QB Lamar Jackson for Week 17’s game, which means Robert Griffin III will draw the start this weekend. 

Ravens HC John Harbaugh referred to this weekend’s game a “great opportunity” for RGIII, but he says it’s only about the team. 

“This game’s not about me. It’s about the team,” Griffin said, via “Those guys in front of me, those guys going out there with me every play are looking to play at a high level, looking to go out and execute. So, I’m not going to make this game about me.”

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