From NFL Media:
Jaguars welcome alumni players to Sunday’s game
More than 50 former Jaguars players expected, to be introduced at halftime
The Jacksonville Jaguars will host their annual Homecoming game this Sunday when they face the Atlanta Falcons at EverBank Field in the Jaguars’ final home game of the 2015 regular season. Homecoming celebrations are part of the NFL’s league-wide Legends Community initiative.
This is the fourth consecutive year that the Jaguars are recognizing their former players with an alumni weekend. The players will enjoy private events and then on Sunday will be introduced on the field at halftime. More than 50 former Jaguars are expected to participate and be introduced.
The players expected to be on hand on Sunday are:
Bryan Barker, Reggie Barlow, Tony Boselli, Mark Brunell, Fernando Bryant, Marco Coleman, Richard Collier, Eric Curry, Donovin Darius, Marc Edwards, Paul Frase, Keith Goganious, Quinn Gray, Rich Griffith, Kevin Hardy, Reggie Hayward, Mike Hollis, Greg Huntington, Clint Ingram, Willie Jackson, Anthony Johnson, Damon Jones, Greg Jones, Jeff Kopp, Jeff Lageman, Cleo Lemon, Chris Luzar, Corey Mayfield, Tom McManus, Rob Meier, Pete Mitchell, Tom Myslinski, Chad Owens, Mike Pearson, Mike Peterson, Todd Philcox, James Roberson, Micah Ross, Bryan Schwartz, Leon Searcy, Jimmy Smith, Larry Smith, Isaac Smolko, Scott Starks, James Stewart, Marcus Stroud, Darren Studstill, Fred Taylor, Patrick Venzke, Mickey Washington, Maurice Williams and Renaldo Wynn.
The Legends Community was developed to embrace and celebrate all who have played in the NFL. Its mission is to bring opportunities and information to these former players through other members of the Legends Community and to help them stay connected with former teammates and other players. There are a number of resources available to assist Legends following their playing career, including benefits such as career development; financial, medical or educational assistance; and total wellness.