Lee (knee) is expected to miss the Jaguars' mandatory, three-day minicamp, which begins Tuesday, the Florida Times-Union reports. "I'm slowly progressing back," Lee said. "The trainers don't want to rush anything. Of course, I want to be out there and I feel like I could be out there. But, we aren't playing yet and I understand the coaches' and trainers' mindsets in getting me fully ready for when we come into training camp."
Bortles continues to battle bad habits introduced to his throwing mechanics since he was young, the Florida Times-Union reports. The second-year quarterback said the bad habits sneak in during his 11-on-11 work, when he's thinking about things other than his mechanics, like schemes, coverages and reads.