JagNation Final Roster

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

Jaguars Winners and Losers

In the preseason, it's not whether you win or lose rather how you play the game. The Jaguars lost on Saturday night to the Miami Dolphins, and didn't play well at all. If a team is going to lay an egg, preseason is the best time to do it, but the inaccuracy of the quarterbacks, lack of physicality from the defense, and poor cover skills from the secondary seem to be cause for concern.
August 18, 2008

Jaguars vs Dolphins: Photo Gallery

Come take a look at selected images from the Jaguars and Dolphins matchup in Jacksonville.
August 17, 2008

Jags Harpooned by Dolphins

The Jaguars completed their home preseason schedule with a disappointing 19-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins, a game which wasn't as close as the final score would indicate. The Jaguars offensive and defensive starters struggled against the Dolphins, as they couldn't move the ball effectively or manufacture anything that resembled a pass rush.
August 17, 2008

Jaguars Notes and Quotes

Weekly notes and quotes from the Jacksonville Jaguars training camp
August 6, 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

PURE Talent in Jacksonville

If the 6'2", 200 lb. wide receiver has one of those faces that you swear you've seen before, it's because you probably have. His name is Ryan Hoag, and he's been a journeyman in an unorthodox type of way.
June 7, 2008