Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis had a tough 2011 season, and as the start of the 2012 regular season approaches, he's forgetting about last year's performance and focusing on what's ahead.
"I don’t remember last year,’’ Lewis said.
Last season was one to forget for Lewis. He caught just 39 passes, none for touchdowns. In 2010, Lewis caught 58 passes, 10 for touchdowns, to earn Pro Bowl honors and a five-year, $35 million contract.
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Offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski wants Blaine Gabbert to target Lewis more often in 2012, and notes that the tight end's production was hindered in part because the Jaguars offense just didn't get into the red zone very often.
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