Beau Blankenship

#40RB,
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 206
Born:
College: Ohio
Birth Place: Norman, Oklahoma
Draft: Undrafted
  • Jaguars Daily: Is a solid 2017 enough to keep Bortles?
    Big Cat Country

    Jaguars Daily: Is a solid 2017 enough to keep Bortles?

    Is a solid 2017 enough for the Jacksonville Jaguars to keep Blake Bortles? - Scout.com Has Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles been put on notice? After the news broke this week that the Oakland Raiders have signed Derek Carr to a five-year, $125 million contract extension, what does this mean for Bortles and other NFL quarterbacks who will be in line for an extension and raise in the near future? What does Carr’s new deal — which will make him the highest paid player in the NFL — mean for players who do not play behind center for a living? Remember when Johnathan Cyprien absolutely ethered Delanie Walker? - BigCatCountry.com With just 75 days until kickoff, let’s talk about the greatest

  • 10 NFL players with most to prove in training camp
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    10 NFL players with most to prove in training camp

    Before long, all 32 NFL teams will officially be reporting to training camp in preparation for the 2017 regular season. It will be the beginning of a quest for Super Bowl LII, and everyone should legitimately feel like they have a chance. That extends to the players — both rookies and veterans — who will be trying to earn a job or secure a starting position. It’s easy to point out highly-drafted rookies or fringe players who need to perform well in training camp, but what about players of prominence? Whether they’re coming off injury, switching positions, or just looking to rebound from a poor 2016 season, here are 10 players with the most to prove in training camp. 10. Sammy Watkins, WR, Buffalo

  • OC Nate Hackett discusses what the fullback position will bring to the Jags offense
    Jaguars Wire

    OC Nate Hackett discusses what the fullback position will bring to the Jags offense

    Fans of the Jacksonville Jaguars have long wanted to see a true fullback brought into the offense, and they got their wish this offseason. In April, the Jags signed Chris Ivory’s former lead blocker Tommy Bohanon and also drafted rookie Marquez Williams later in the month. Someone who is also glad to now have a lead blocker in the offense is offensive coordinator Nate Hackett, who met with the media after minicamp. When asked about the impact of adding a fullback into the Jags offense, Hackett had the following to say: Well, I think the fullback in general, that position is always something that can make you very dynamic because you can do a lot of different things. Whenever you put a fullback