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Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles underwent right wrist surgery Friday for a condition that kept him on the injury report all season, league sources told ESPN.

Bortles dealt with the issue in his throwing wrist since early December 2016. The Jaguars elected to avoid surgery last offseason and treat the injury with a variety of shots. The shots became less effective into the season and made the need for surgery inevitable.

The surgery repaired a small tear and full recovery is expected.

The Jaguars’ decision to pick up Bortles’ fifth-year option was somewhat of a gamble because the contract was guaranteed for injury, meaning he would be owed the full amount if he cannot pass a physical before the league year starts.

Bortles’ $19.053 million salary for the 2018 season becomes fully guaranteed if he’s on Jacksonville’s roster the first day of the league year in March; the Jaguars are prohibited from cutting Bortles while he is hurt or recovering from an injury.

Bortles had the best year of his career despite the wrist injury, completing 60.2 percent of his passes and throwing 21 touchdown passes and 14 interceptions. He appeared weekly on the injury report but did not miss a practice and did not appear on the game status report.

Backup quarterback Chad Henne’s contract also expires in March.

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Here is a full list of the Jacksonville Jaguars players participating in Sunday’s “My Cleats, My Cause” campaign, as well as the causes they are supporting. Some of the cleats will be donated to be auctioned off at NFL Auction, the league’s official auction site.

DT Eli Ankou: Veteran’s appreciation

WR Arrelious Benn: EVERFI (a company that is helping education evolve)

FB Tommy Bohanon: Jacksonville Humane Society

QB Blake Bortles: Blake Bortles Foundation (helps first responders and the mentally disabled)

CB A.J. Bouye: American Cancer Society

LB Blair Brown: American Diabetes Association and American Cancer Society

DE Calais Campbell: The CRC Foundation (helps those who don’t have resources to excel in education and financial literacy)

S Barry Church: Fuel Up to Play 60

WR Keelan Cole: Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Florida

CB Aaron Colvin: Alzheimer’s awareness

NT Marcell Dareus: Hope for Haiti

RB Leonard Fournette: Crime prevention and The Jaguars Foundation

DE Dante Fowler Jr.: American Cancer Society

S Tashaun Gipson: Alzheimer’s awareness

RB Corey Grant: Child health education

TE David Grinnage: JDRF (Type 1 Diabetes research)

QB Chad Henne: GH Community Fund (helping revitalize parks and recreational facilities)

WR Allen Hurns: 88 Blessings, Inc. (helping single mothers and their families)

LB Myles Jack: Jacksonville Humane Society

DT Malik Jackon: Malik’s Gifts (helps at-risk children, military children and families, animal rescue missions, and families in need of emergency assistance)

NT Abry Jones: Wounded Warrior Project

TE Ben Koyack: American Diabetes Association

WR Marqise Lee: Family Support Services

TE Marcedes Lewis: The Marcedes Lewis Foundation (educating children about the benefits of healthy living and exercise as well as providing scholarships)

LB Lerentee McCray: Big Play McCray Foundation (helping at-risk youth in Ocala, Florida)

CB Jalen Myrick: Alzheimer’s awareness

DE Yannick Ngakoue: Jacksonville Humane Society

TE James O’Shaugnessy: Prostate cancer

DB Tyler Patmon: Light into Darkness (helping children find their special gift)

LB Donald Payne: Colon cancer awareness

LB Carroll Phillips: Sulzbacher Center (helping the homeless in Jacksonville)

OL William Poehls: Wounder Warrior Project

LB Paul Posluszny: Pat Tillman Foundation

CB Jalen Ramsey: First responders

LT Cam Robinson: Prostate cancer awareness

WR Allen Robinson: Within Reach Foundation (providing education opportunities and resources to low-income and inner-city children in Jacksonville)

DE Dawuane Smoot: Jacksonville Humane Society

WR Jaelen Strong: At-risk youth

DB Peyton Thompson: National Multiple Sclerosis Society

WR Dede Westbrook: Domestic violence awareness

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jaguars released kicker Jason Myers and signed former Los Angeles Chargers kicker Josh Lambo on Tuesday.

Myers struggled during training camp and preseason but got off to a solid start before struggling in two of the last three games. Meyers missed a 52-yard field goal attempt against the New York Jets in a game the Jaguars lost 23-20 in overtime and missed a pair of 54-yard field goal attempts in the Jaguars’ 27-17 loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.

Myers made 11 of 14 field goal attempts and 15 of 17 PATs this season and all three of his missed field goals were from 50 yards or longer. His two misses against the Rams were wide left by a significant margin.

In his 37-game career with the Jaguars, Myers missed a total of 27 kicks: 12 PATs and 15 field goals. Two of those misses came in a 16-13 overtime loss to Indianapolis in 2015. Myers missed a 53-yarder in regulation and a 48-yarder in overtime.
Jason Myers was 0 for 3 this season on field-goal attempts of 50 yards or more. Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports
The Jaguars opted to keep Myers over fan favorite Josh Scobee, who also is the team’s all-time leading scorer (1,022), because of his strong leg. He had a rough season as a rookie in 2015. He missed seven PATs but only four field goals. He missed only three PATs but seven field goals in 2016.

Over parts of three seasons, Myers made only 10 of 19 field goal attempts of 50 or more yards (52.6 percent), which is well below the league average of 61.6 percent since he entered the league.

Lambo made 52 of 64 field goal attempts and 70 of 78 PATs in two seasons with San Diego. The Chargers surprisingly cut him in favor of undrafted rookie Younghoe Koo before the season began.