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

Jaguars Running Back: No Competition

The Jaguars appeared to take the competition out of the third running back competition yesterday when they released reserve running back D.D. Terry and signed undrafted rookie Lavarus Giles. The move also appears to make Chauncey Washington more secure.
June 12, 2008

Lavarus Giles talks about Ole Miss trip

Lavarus Giles (RB, MS Delta CC, MS) - The Rebels lost their running back "for the future" when Ray Brooks product, Lavarus Giles, failed to qualify two years ago.Giles has since bounced in and out of the starting lineup at MS Delta CC. Will Lavarus' struggle the past two seasons hinder his recruitment the second time around?
November 25, 2005