Data Scout Notes: 2015: NAC/INJ...Announced Entry into 2016 NFL Draft/Coming off Sept 2015 Knee Surgery...(+) 09-22-15 Knee INJ, Out for 2015...PWCamp/PButkus/PLombardi/PHornung/PNagurski/PBednarik...2014: 2ndC...PWCamp/PLombardi/PButkus/PNagurski/PHornung/PBednarik/PLott...2013: 1st Ever Pac-12 Defensive & Offensive Freshman OY (Coaches)/2ndC-LB
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10/19/16 - LB Myles Jack will get his third consecutive start at the OTTO linebacker spot over veteran Dan Skuta.
10/17/16 - LB Myles Jack received his second start at the Otto linebacker spot on Sunday ahead of veteran Dan Skuta, who returned to the lineup for the first time in three games. The pair will likely battle for starting honors the rest of the season.
10/03/16 - LB Myles Jack got his first NFL start on Sunday at the OTTO linebacker spot, a position he had not practiced since the Jaguars drafted him early in the second round in this year's college draft. Jack had been working mostly at the middle backer and weak-side LB spot. Jack was credited with four tackles in his first start.
09/19/16 - LB Myles Jack saw his most extensive play on defense in the San Diego game on Sunday, replacing middle linebacker Paul Posluszny for most of the fourth quarter. Coach Gus Bradley said Jack is making progress and will likely see more action on defense.
09/12/16 - LB Myles Jack had a relatively quiet day despite performing so well in the preseason games. Jack was not credited with any tackles against Green Bay. "We had him at the Will linebacker spot in the Atlanta game, the last preseason game. We are trying to do everything we can to speed this process up to see where he is at," Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said.