JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Leonard Fournette didn’t mean to cause a stir on social media when he said he’d consider going to the Super Bowl a successful rookie season with the Jacksonville Jaguars.? He was just being honest. After all, he has never played for a losing team before and he’s not about to start now. Jacksonville selected Fournette with the fourth overall pick of the NFL draft on Thursday night. The former LSU running back said Friday he can help lead the Jaguars out of a decade of futility and into the playoffs. “Any player wants that for themselves and for the team,” Fournette said, moments after showing off the No. 27 jersey he will be wearing in the fall. “I didn’t mean to stir nothing up, but that’s my goal. My whole life I came from a winning program. LSU, high school, I come from a winning foundation. I think it’s time to get back on that track. “I think that’s what Jacksonville needs, championships, so I think I’m…

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