Jabar Gaffney

#10WR,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 200
Born:
College: Florida
Birth Place: San Antonio, Texas
Draft: 2002 2nd round (1st pick) by the
  • Bills preview: Sean McDermott's arrival gives Buffalo needed reboot
    USA Today

    Bills preview: Sean McDermott's arrival gives Buffalo needed reboot

    1. Buffalo is starting from scratch again Head coach Rex Ryan and general manager Doug Whaley were fired, as was the entire scouting and personnel staff. Sean McDermott is the new coach; his former colleague with the Carolina Panthers, Brandon Beane, is the new GM, and together they will chart the course for a Bills team that has failed to make the playoffs for 17 years in a row. That’s the longest drought for any team in the four major North American sports. The first step, now that Beane has been hired, is to build the scouting staff so they can begin to prepare for the upcoming college football season. 2. Despite doubts, Taylor is back and entrenched as the starter No one should think otherwise.

  • Marlins partner with Uber, create designated 'Uber Zone' at Marlins Park
    Chicago Tribune

    Marlins partner with Uber, create designated 'Uber Zone' at Marlins Park

    Using Uber at Marlins Park just got easier. The Miami Marlins announced Wednesday a partnership with the ride-sharing company that includes a designated pick-up/drop-off lot near the ballpark’s East Plaza. Lot E2, across from the Clevelander, stretches along 14th Avenue (also known as Orange Bowl Way) from NW 5th Street to NW 4th Street. The “Uber Zone” will be in use during all Marlins games and other events at Marlins Park, including next month’s All-Star festivities. "We are very excited with our new partnership with Uber as we continue to find ways to improve the overall fan experience at Marlins Park," club president David Samson said in a release. "The designated lot will provide fans with

  • Ranking the worst-to-first chances of the NFL's eight cellar dwellers in 2017
    CBS Sports4 hours ago

    Ranking the worst-to-first chances of the NFL's eight cellar dwellers in 2017

    The Dallas Cowboys did it last year. Washington did it the year before. The Carolina Panthers did it in 2013, and the Indianapolis Colts did it in 2012.  What are we talking about? Going from worst to first in a division. Almost every year, it seems like there's at least one division winner that finished in last place in that division the year before. In fact, it's happened 16 times since the NFL expanded to 32 teams and established eight four-team divisions back in 2002. (There have been 16 worst-to-firsts in 14 seasons, or 1.15 per year.)  With that in mind, we're here to rank 2016's last-place teams by how likely they are to win their division in 2017. In reverse order of likelihood (No. 8