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Sonoran Hot Reads: Cayleb Jones gets tryout with Jacksonville Jaguars

The former Arizona receiver is at least still getting chances

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After not making the Philadelphia Eagles and sustaining some sort of injury, former Arizona Wildcats receiver Cayleb Jones was one of three receivers that received a tryout for the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday. There hasn’t been much news about Cayleb lately, but his brother Zay Jones did set the NCAA receptions record at East Carolina this year. Maybe we’ll see Cayleb in an NFL uniform in the near future, but he may not even be the most desired brother next year

- Scooby Wright isn’t playing either, but he did get a box full of U of A goodies to cheer him up

- Paul Magloire signed with his agent

- This offseason is definitely the most important of the Rich Rodriguez era. Here’s what our reader Rob Bowran wants to see change

- Why is it such an important offseason? Well, maybe because two walk-ons ended up being among Arizona’s best defensive linemen

- Gabe recaps how various commits have done in their postseasons so far. Arizona commit Matt Leo also picked up an offer from Mississippi State according to his Twitter

- Sione Taufahema, a 6-foot-3, 310 pound defensive tackle at College of the Canyons, picked up an Arizona offer


- Terrance Ferguson joined Evan Daniels to presumably talk about why making money is better than not making money

- You asked Ryan basketball questions, and he answered them

- Not surprisingly, the Cats dropped down into the mid-teens in the rankings after losing to Butler on Friday. Those Bulldogs went to Salt Lake City and beat Utah on Monday

- Other Pac-12 results on Monday included ASU getting pounded by Kentucky in Atlantis, and Oregon State finally won a game


- Jeremy Affeldt thinks the Giants are better off chasing Mark Melancon than Aroldis Chapman

Other sports

- The Pac-12 announced its volleyball postseason honors. Penina Snuka was named the Setter of the Year, and was first-team All-Pac-12 along with Kalei Mau. Laura Larson was named the Scholar Athlete of the Year, posting a 3.97 GPA while majoring in cellular and molecular biology

Tucson news

- Mount Lemmon got its first dusting of the season

- After a brief stint with the Arizona Coyotes, Tyler Gaudet was reassigned to the Roadrunners