It's the eve of the biggest roster trimming of the year. The players have had all their chances to impress Jack Del Rio and the rest of the Jaguars coaching staff, and it will likely be a sleepless night for a lot of young players and veterans alike. Here are JagNation's selections for the Jaguars 53-man roster based on what we've seen in preseason and what we've heard from inside sources.
August 29, 2008
The Jaguars special teams unit was a thorn in their sides in 2006, as they were near the bottom of the league in all of the coverage categories. The special teams almost single-handedly lost two games for the team by allowing punt return touchdowns. Read about the changes made:
July 25, 2007
The Jaguars tight ends will be taking on a more prominent role during the 2007 season due in part to the hiring of former Arizona State University head coach, and now current Jaguars offensive coordinator, Dirk Koetter. JagNation reviews the TE position for 2007 HERE:
July 22, 2007
With the lack of guaranteed contracts in the NFL, job security is something that just about every player has to worry about on a yearly, and some guys on a weekly basis. That statement is infinitely true regarding any position on the special teams, especially kickers, punters, and long-snappers.
April 15, 2007