The Jacksonville Jaguars are doing everything to get out of their tracks.
The team uses its fifth kicker of the season Sunday after promoting Jon Brown to the training team before the game against the Detroit Lions. But Brown, unlike the veteran kickers the Jaguars have used earlier this season, has no NFL experience in the regular season.
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Brown had been on the Cincinnati Bengals and San Francisco 49ers grids after going scrapped in 2016. He had played football in Kentucky before moving to Louisville. He moved to football during his younger years and was only used for kickoffs.
Brown made the switch after impressing a kicking coach in 201
Jaguars coach Doug Marrone praised Brown when he spoke to reporters earlier this week.
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“We worked him out, he looked good and [I] guess we’ll just have to see when he goes out there on sunday. But there is a difference. I think the only thing about the position that I have learned through 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]get involved, ”Marrone said.
The Jaguars started the season with Josh Lambo, but he has been on the injured reserve with a hip problem since Week 2. Brandon Wright, Stephen Hauschka and Aldrick Rosas have all come through, but none of them have stuck.
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Jacksonville is 1-4 this season.