Last offseason veteran cornerback Aaron Ross ruffled some feathers in Jacksonville when he said his one-year stint with the Jaguars in 2012 was like a 'nice paid vacation.' Ross, who played just four games with the New York Giants last season before hitting injured reserve, quickly apologized for the slight. However, the memories are long Jacksonville. Owner Shad Khan on Tuesday alluded to Ross' disparaging comments when discussing how his team has changed under coach Gus Bradley and general manager Dave Caldwell's guidance. "There's no sense of entitlement anymore," Khan said, per The Florida Times-Union. "You're not going to have one of our ex-players saying he's coming back from a paid vacation in Florida anymore.
Jaguars no longer 'paid vacation,' owner says
NFL.com | May 15