Cotrone Finished with the Jaguars

The Jaguars placed fullback Anthony Cotrone on the waived/injured list following his knee injury during the Jaguars Friday night scrimmage. The former University of Maine fullback will now receive an injury settlement from the team.
August 4, 2008

Undrafted Rookies Making Their Mark

The rate of undrafted rookies making an NFL roster is approximately 2-3%. For every Jeff Saturday, Jason Peters, or Montell Owens, there are hundreds of Roosevelt Kiser, Tony Pudewell, and Woody Dantzler's. The percentages become even lower when an undrafted rookie is trying to earn a spot on a playoff team and Super Bowl contender like Jacksonville.
August 4, 2008

New Faces, New Numbers (Updated)

Training camp begins this coming weekend, and thousands upon thousands of Jaguars fans will make the trek to the Jacksonville Municipal Stadium practice fields to get sunburn and take in the action. We at JagNation are going to better prepare you by listing the new players on the roster by number, and giving you a very brief analysis.
July 22, 2008

Jaguars: Why the Cuts Were Made

We gave our JagNation 53-man roster a few days ago, and now we're going to explain why we cut the players we did.
June 19, 2008

Odds of the Undrafted Jaguars

JagNation.com breaks down which of the Jaguars undrafted free agent rookies have the best chance of earning a roster spot in 2008. The winner may surprise you.
June 18, 2008

Q&A with Montell Owens (2 of 2)

In part two of this two-part sit down interview with special teams star and fullback Montell Owens, JagNation's Christina Hovestadt discusses the upcoming season and what is in store for the Jacksonville Jaguars, how the receivers look, expectations for carries, and who might be the surprise in camp.
June 11, 2008

Jaguars Pre-Camp Analysis: Running Back

In 2007, the Jaguars relied on a devastating running game led by the one-two punch of Fred Taylor and Maurice Jones-Drew. Fullback Greg Jones paved the way for the duo as Jacksonville accumulated 3,328 yards on the ground, which was the second most in the NFL. Let's take a look at the depth at running back and fullback.
May 6, 2008