Luke Joeckel - T - Jaguars Luke Joeckel said he wasn’t "totally comfortable" on the right side of the offensive line in his first NFL practice Friday. "It was different. My first step wasn’t as quick. It will be a work in progress, but I felt pretty good about today. I can’t rush it. It will take a while to feel totally comfortable, but I have a little time before Week 1 and the first preseason game," said Joeckel. Head coach Gus Bradley was impressed with what he saw out of Joeckel, saying "he'll get it" after more reps. Source: jaguars.com May 4 - 11:46 AM -- A study done by PFF's Steve Palazzolo argues that right tackles have become just as important as left tackles in terms of pass protection. Jaguars VP of Football Technology and Analytics Tony Khan -- owner Shahid's son -- expanded PFF's study to show Blaine Gabbert was the NFL's 13th-highest rated passer among 38 qualifiers in 2012 when given 2.6 seconds or more to throw. When Gabbert had 2.5 seconds or less, he was 35th in QB rating and 34th in completion rate.