Jacksonville Jaguars

Stadium: EverBank Field | Coach: Gus Bradley
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense28th78.8 (30th)215.1 (20th)
Defense23rd131.8 (24th)247.6 (24th)
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93Alualu, Tyson DE6-32955/12/19875California
19Anger, Bryan P6-320210/6/19883California
23Ball, Alan CB6-21973/29/19857Illinois
85Barden, Brandon TE6-42533/15/19891Vanderbilt
68Beadles, Zane G6-430511/19/19865Utah
24Blackmon, Will CB6-020410/27/19848Boston College
40Blankenship, Beau RB5-92068/13/1990ROhio U.
5Bortles, Blake QB6-523012/16/1991RCentral Florida
70Bowanko, Luke C6-63006/13/1991RVirginia
78Bradfield, Cameron T6-43089/14/19874Grand Valley State
43Bradford, Allen LB5-112358/31/19883USC
90Branch, Andre DE6-52657/14/19893Clemson
60Brewster, Michael G6-43057/27/19893Ohio State
12Brown, Mike WR5-102002/9/19892Liberty
79Bryant, Red DE6-43234/18/19847Texas A&M
15Bumphis, Chad WR5-1020210/18/19891Mississippi State
91Clemons, Chris DE6-325410/30/198111Georgia
38Cobb, Terrance RB5-112204/18/1990RCumberland College
75Coleman, Deandre DT6-33151/27/1991RCalifornia
41Colvin, Aaron CB6-018610/2/1991ROklahoma
83Copeland, Damian WR6-118210/17/1990RLouisville
37Cyprien, Johnathan SS6-02177/29/19902Florida International
59Davis, Ryan DE6-22602/24/19892Bethune-Cookman
17Doss, Tandon WR6-22059/22/19894Indiana
26Evans, Josh FS6-02056/5/19912Florida
33Ewing, Bradie FB5-1124312/26/19893Wisconsin
29Fleming, Jamell CB5-112065/5/19893Oklahoma
21Gerhart, Toby RB6-02313/28/19875Stanford
27Gratz, Dwayne CB5-112013/8/19902Connecticut
22Guy, Winston FS6-12184/23/19903Kentucky
86Harbor, Clay TE6-32557/2/19875Missouri State
31Harris, Jeremy CB6-21854/26/19912New Mexico State
20Harris, Mike CB5-101881/5/19893Florida State
55Hayes, Geno OLB6-12268/10/19877Florida State
73Heimuli, Ricky DT6-43149/18/1991ROregon
7Henne, Chad QB6-32307/2/19857Michigan
92Hood, Ziggy DE6-33002/16/19876Missouri
47Hughlett, Charley LS6-42515/16/1990RCentral Florida
88Hurns, Allen WR6-319511/12/1991RMiami (Fla.)
87Jensen, Marcel TE6-62702/12/1990RFresno State
76Joeckel, Luke T6-630611/6/19912Texas A&M
34Johnson, Storm RB6-02167/10/1992RCentral Florida
95Jones, Abry DE6-43129/8/19912Georgia
49Jordan, Reggie TE6-32407/3/1991RMissouri Western State
38Junior, Jerome DB6-12079/8/1990RWinston-Salem State
11Lee, Marqise WR6-019211/25/1991RUSC
89Lewis, Marcedes TE6-62725/19/19849UCLA
61Lewis, Patrick C6-13111/30/19912Texas A&M
65Linder, Brandon G6-53111/25/1992RMiami (Fla.)
39Loston, Craig SS6-220912/21/1989RLouisiana State
53Lotulelei, John OLB5-1123312/4/19912Nevada-Las Vegas
99Marks, Sen'Derrick DT6-22942/23/19876Auburn
25Martin, Sherrod DB6-120010/12/19845Troy
66McClendon, Jacques G6-332412/10/19873Tennessee
35McCray, Demetrius CB6-01855/11/19912Appalachian State
97Miller, Roy DT6-23107/9/19876Texas
96Miller, Jordan DT6-13162/1/19881Southern University
6Morris, Stephen QB6-22188/27/1992RMiami (Fla.)
64Nowak, Drew G6-33003/7/19902Western Michigan
67Pasztor, Austin T6-730811/26/19902Virginia
51Posluszny, Paul MLB6-224210/10/19848Penn State
42Prosinski, Chris SS6-12084/28/19874Wyoming
3Redfern, Kasey P6-22159/26/1991RWofford
40Reynolds, Rashaad CB5-111872/2/1991ROregon State
56Reynolds, LaRoy LB6-124311/3/19902Virginia
94Rivers, Gerald DE6-52586/22/19902Mississippi
16Robinson, Denard WR6-01979/22/19902Michigan
80Robinson, Allen WR6-32108/24/1993RPenn State
18Sanders, Ace WR5-717811/11/19912South Carolina
10Scobee, Josh K6-12106/23/198211Louisiana Tech
69Shatley, Tyler G6-33005/5/1991RClemson
84Shorts, Cecil WR6-020212/22/19874Mount Union
9Slaughter, Nathan WR5-91848/21/1992RWest Texas A&M
50Smith, Telvin OLB6-32184/11/1991RFlorida State
98Smith, Chris DE6-12662/11/1992RArkansas
62Stankiewitch, Matt C6-43052/8/19901Penn State
2Stanzi, Ricky QB6-42289/3/19874Iowa
54Stupar, Nate LB6-22403/14/19882Penn State
45Ta'ufo'ou, Will FB5-112476/19/19863California
13Taylor, Kerry WR6-02002/20/19892Arizona State
52Thomas, J.T. OLB6-12368/15/19884West Virginia
81Thomas, Lamaar WR6-01854/23/19901New Mexico
44Tialavea, D.J. TE6-42607/27/1991RUtah State
46Tinker, Carson LS6-023311/15/19892Alabama
30Todman, Jordan RB5-101982/24/19902Connecticut
57Watson, Dekoda LB6-22403/3/19885Florida State
73Wells, Josh T6-63102/14/1991RJames Madison
48Whitfield, Marcus DB6-325012/15/1990RMaryland
36Young, Joe SS6-02046/2/19883Rutgers
74Young, Sam T6-83166/24/19875Notre Dame
Suspended Players
14Blackmon, Justin WR6-12101/9/19902Oklahoma State
Roster Analysis
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Position Listing
Marcedes Lewis
Even though Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis is slated to earn $6.7 million in salary this season, he is expected to return to the team, reports CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason LaCanfora.

The report says the thought around the league is the team will cut Lewis, but LaCanfora reports "I'm told he will be back."

Lewis had 25 catches for 359 yards and four touchdowns in 2013.

Carson Tinker
No Updates
J.T. Thomas
The Jaguars placed 12 players on their Friday injury report, but nine are probable for the game against the Browns on Sunday.

The offensive players so designated are linemen Will Rackley (illness) and Cameron Bradfield (bicep) and wide receiver Cecil Shorts (groin). Running back Justin Forsett (foot) is out.

The defensive probables are cornerback Will Blackmon (shoulder), defensive end Andre Branch (knee), safety Winston Guy (shoulder), linebackers J.T. Thomas (ankle) and Geno Hayes (knee) and tackle Roy Miller (shoulder).

Roy Miller
The Jaguars put defensive tackle Roy Miller (shoulder) on injured reserve, reports the Florida Times-Union.
Marqise Lee
The Jaguars officialy signed 2014 second-round draft pick Marqise Lee to a contract, the team announced Friday. 

"We are excited to get Marqise's contract done as we head into training camp next week," Jaguars general manager David Caldwell said. "As I said on Draft Day, we are fortunate to have a player like Marqise. He's a playmaker that is a threat every time he touches the ball and has a good feel for the game. He has been working extremely hard this offseason and is looking forward to getting back on the field next week."

Lee was a three-year starter at Southern California and declared for the NFL Draft following his junior season. He concluded his career with 248 receptions for 3,655 yards (14.7 avg.) and 29 touchdowns. Lee owns 24 school records and five Pac-12 Conference marks. He won the Biletnikoff Award as a sophomore as the nation's top receiver.

Ricky Heimuli
No Updates
Clay Harbor
The Jaguars have agreed to a new two-year deal with tight end Clay Harbor, a source tells NFL Network. Harbor had 24 catches for 292 yards last year before breaking his leg in December. 
Rashaad Reynolds
No Updates
Abry Jones
Jaguars cornerback Dwayne Gratz (hip), safety Winston Guy (hamstring), defensive tackle Abry Jones (back), defensive tackle Roy Miller (shoulder), tight end Danny Noble (hamstring), linebacker Paul Posluszny (concussion), guard Will Rackley (concussion), wide receiver Kerry Taylor (toe) and linebacker Geno Hayes (knee) were all cleared to play Week 12 at Houston. Every player was listed as probable except Hayes, who was questionable.
Matt Stankiewitch
The Patriots re-signed rookie offensive lineman Matt Stankiewitch and rookie long snapper Mike Zupancic. Both originally signed with the team in May before being released over the summer.

Andre Branch
Jaguars defensive lineman Andre Branch and defensive back Alan Ball both delivered big plays Week 16 against the Titans. Branch recorded a sack in the second quarter, his sixth of the season and fifth in six games. Ball recorded an interception early in the third quarter, his second of the season.

Branch also had four tackles, three solo. Ball had two tackles, both solo.

Charley Hughlett
The Patriots signed long snapper Charley Hughlett, a 2012 product of Central Florida who was formerly with the Cowboys.
Tandon Doss
The Jaguars are expected to go with Cecil Shorts, Allen Robinson, Marqise Lee, Mike Brown, Allen Hurns and Ace Sanders as their receivers this season, reports the Florida Times-Union.

The report says Sanders has an edge on Tandon Doss, and Hurns, an undrafted free agent, was one of the biggest surprises of the offseason and makes the team if he can stay on the field. Brown also earns a spot because his reliability gives him the advantage.

D.J. Tialavea
No Updates
Paul Posluszny
Jaguars LB Paul Posluszny is active Week 17.

Posluszny came into the week with a groin injury. He was able to improve from limited practice Thursday to full practice Friday.

Chris Clemons
The Jaguars were quick to pick up another former ex-Seattle defender, agreeing to terms with defensive end Chris Clemons according to NFL Network. 

Entering his 11th season, Clemons posted 4.5 sacks for the Seahawks last year with 24 total tackles in 14 games. He had previously posted at least 11 sacks in three consecutive years with Seattle. He will reunite with ex-Seahawks defensive boss Gus Bradley in Jacksonville.

Nate Stupar
Jaguars defensive back Alan Ball (shoulder), defensive back Josh Evans (shoulder), offensive lineman Austin Pasztor (shoulder) and linebacker Nate Stupar (neck), who were listed as probable on Friday's injury report, are all active for Week 16 against the Titans.
Red Bryant
The Jaguars have signed defensive end Red Bryant a week after the Seahwaks released him in an attempt to create cap space. The deal with Jacksonville is for four years, per ESPN.

Bryant started all but one game last season and was in on 30 tackles with 1 1/2 sacks.

Craig Loston
No Updates
Storm Johnson
Jaguars rookie running back Storm Johnson is focusing more on special teams than worrying about his role on the depth chart behind Toby Gerhart, reports the Florida Times-Union.

Johnson is expected to be No. 4 behind Gerhart, Jordan Todman and Denard Robinson, but he's OK with that.

"I'm happy to help my team any way I can – kickoff return, punt coverage, punt return, whatever," said Johnson, a University of Central Florida product, who was drafted in the seventh round. "I'm just trying to get my foot in the door."

Johnson ran for 1,139 yards and 14 touchdowns last season for UCF.

Deandre Coleman
No Updates
Justin Blackmon
Jaguars coach Gus Bradley doesn't sound optimistic about receiver Justin Blackmon returning to the NFL any time soon, reports the Florida Times-Union. Blackmon, suspended indefinitely last November under the league's substance abuse policy, hasn't responded to some messages left by teammates.

"I feel at times there’s probably a little emptiness," Bradley told the paper. "There are some unknowns there and you don’t know how it’s working. You don’t want to shut it off. We haven’t heard much and it doesn’t sound like it’s going in the right direction. ... We can’t count on him."

The Jaguars don’t expect Blackmon to be reinstated in 2014, so they drafted two receivers in the second round.

Suspension - Suspended indefinitely. Might miss at least half of the season
Ryan Davis
The Jaguars have trimmed its roster down to 54 players after parting ways with backup quarterbacks Mike Kafka and Matt Scott on Friday, the team announced.

Players also released were wide receiver Jeremy Ebert, defensive end Pannel Egboh, running back Jonathan Grimes, linebacker Brandon Marshall, wide receiver Charly Martin, offensive tackle Pat McQuistan, guard Drew Nowak, cornerback Kevin Rutland, defensive tackle D'Anthony Smith, linebacker Julian Stanford and cornerback Marcus Trufant.

Wide receiver Toney Clemons and defensive end Ryan Davis were among the first-year players released. Defensive tackle T.J. Barnes, offensive tackle R.J. Dill, tight end Ryan Otten, wide receiver Tobais Palmer, safety Steven Terrell and linebacker Mike Zimmer were among the rookies released.
Joe Young
The Colts released defensive back Joe Lefeged Thursday, according to the Indianapolis Star. No corresponding move has been announced thus far. 
Kerry Taylor
The Jaguars have questions at receiver this season, reports ESPN.

Heading into the season, the only certainties based on experience are Cecil Shorts and Ace Sanders. After that, the rest of the group is unknown.

The report says it would seem second-round picks Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson would naturally be the next two, but both missed most organized team activities and all of minicamp with injuries. They're supposed to be fully cleared for camp, but they missed valuable time.

Next would be Kerry Taylor and Mike Brown, as well as undrafted rookie Allen Hurns. Justin Blackmon is suspended indefinitely.

Gerald Rivers
The Jaguars have made QB Ricky Stanzi, CB Dwayne Gratz, RB Delone Carter, LB Geno Hayes, TE Allen Reisner, OL Patrick Lewis and DE Gerald Rivers inactive Week 17.

Both Hayes and Gratz were ruled out prior to Sunday. The other five players were not listed on the injury report, and are healthy scratches.

Jordan Todman
Jaguars offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch mentioned Jordan Todman and Denard Robinson as change-of-pace backs to work behind Toby Gerhart in Jacksonville this season, and he seemed to be leaning toward Todman. 

"Those two guys are truly change-of-pace backs," Fisch said per the Florida Times-Union. "Jordan really intrigues us with his burst, speed and acceleration. ... I'm excited about Denard."

Fisch also mentioned rookie Storm Johnson but seemed to classify him as a backup to Gerhart. 

"Storm is going to run at the same speed as Toby and maybe a hair faster, but he's strong and really compact," Fisch said. "He has incredible vision and lower body strength."

Allen Hurns
The Jaguars are expected to go with Cecil Shorts, Allen Robinson, Marqise Lee, Mike Brown, Allen Hurns and Ace Sanders as their receivers this season, reports the Florida Times-Union.

The report says Sanders has an edge on Tandon Doss, and Hurns, an undrafted free agent, was one of the biggest surprises of the offseason and makes the team if he can stay on the field. Brown also earns a spot because his reliability gives him the advantage.

Will Ta'ufo'ou
Jaguars running back Jordan Todman, tight end Clay Harbor, wide receiver Kerry Taylor and fullback Will Ta'ufo'ou all had minor contributions during a 27-14 loss Week 11 vs. Arizona.

Todman totaled 9 rushing yards on two carries, while adding one catch for minus-5 yards.

Harbor was targeted five times, finishing with three catches for 32 yards. His longest reception went 21 yards.

Taylor was also targeted five times, totaling two catches for 20 yards. His longest catch went 15 yards.

Ta'ufo'ou had one catch for 5 yards.

The Jaguars are back in action Week 12 at Houston.

Brandon Linder
The Jaguars signed 2014 third-round draft pick guard Brandon Linder to a contract, the team announced Monday. Linder, the 93rd overall selection, is expected to compete for a starting job this year.
LaRoy Reynolds
The Jaguars had two open roster spots heading into Week 15 against the Bills, but were able to fill them internally. The Florida Times-Union reports the Jaguars activated linebacker LaRoy Reynolds from the suspended list, and brought back Allen Reisner (knee) from injured reserve Saturday.  
Ziggy Hood
The Jaguars have signed defensive tackle Ziggy Hood according to the Florida Times-Union. Hood will likely work in a rotation along the D-line. 

Hood started seven of 16 games with the Steelers last year after starting every game for them in 2012. 

Cecil Shorts
Jaguars receiver Cecil Shorts will not take part in this week's minicamp, reports the team's official website.

Coach Gus Bradley said Tuesday that Shorts will be out all week. He was bothered with a calf injury during OTA workouts.

Dwayne Gratz
The Jaguars have made QB Ricky Stanzi, CB Dwayne Gratz, RB Delone Carter, LB Geno Hayes, TE Allen Reisner, OL Patrick Lewis and DE Gerald Rivers inactive Week 17.

Both Hayes and Gratz were ruled out prior to Sunday. The other five players were not listed on the injury report, and are healthy scratches.

Ricky Stanzi
The Jaguars plan to ease in rookie quarterback Blake Bortles, but he would be next in line if Chad Henne got hurt, reports the Florida Times-Union.

The report says it's "a guarantee" Bortles would be next in line if Henne was injured even though the Jaguars don't want to rush Bortles into action. Ricky Stanzi would be the only other quarterback candidate if Henne got hurt.

Bryan Anger
Jaguars backup rushers Denard Robinson, Will Ta'ufo'ou and Justin Forsett failed to do much against the Broncos Week 6.

Robinson picked up 1 carry for 2 yards. Ta'ufo'ou didn't fare much better, picking up 1 yard on the ground and 5 yards in the air. Forsett rushed once for no gain, but did have 18 yards on 3 catches. Even punter Bryan Anger got in on the action, but failed to pick up any yards on his only attempt. 

They'll take on the Chargers Week 7.

Denard Robinson
Jaguars running back Denard Robinson dropped only one pass in nine OTAs and three days of minicamp, reports ESPN.com, which expects Robinson to have a much bigger role in 2014. Robinson is a dangerous open-field runner who will be a "significant part of the offense" if he continues to build on his impressive offseason, the report said.
John Lotulelei
Jaguars linebacker Paul Posluszny was ruled inactive Week 11 vs. Arizona because of a concussion. Posluszny, who came in as questionable, was replaced in the starting lineup by Russell Allen, who was replaced by John Lotulelei at outside linebacker.
Geno Hayes
Jaguars outside linebacker Geno Hayes has been fully cleared following offseason knee surgery, reports the Florida Times-Union. Hayes, who had 78 tackles in 14 games, suffered the injury late last season.

"We did it the smart way instead of trying to push it and then going back to square one," Hayes said. "Right now, it’s doing well and I’ve been able to run and cut without any problems."

Allen Bradford
The Giants cut quarterback Rusty Smith and waived linebacker Allen Bradford, cornerback Junior Mertile and punter Jordan Gay.
Kasey Redfern
No Updates
Marcel Jensen
No Updates
Toby Gerhart
Jaguars offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch referred to running back Toby Gerhart as "our workhouse" and should be their back for any situation they want to use him in. 

"Toby has the ability to do it all," Fisch said per the Florida Times-Union. "He can catch it well. He can pass protect well, and he's going to be in the game a lot -- third down, base downs, short-yardage, passing downs."

Gerhart has averaged 4.7 yards per carry in his career with 276 regular-season career carries. 

Luke Joeckel
Jaguars tackle Luke Joeckel underwent successful ankle surgery on Wednesday morning, the team has announced. The second overall pick in the 2013 draft is done for the year.
Sam Young
The Jaguars have re-signed offensive tackle Sam Young, reports the team's official website.

Young will compete for a roster spot in training camp.

Josh Wells
No Updates
Michael Brewster
Jaguars coach Gus Bradley revealed Monday offensive guard Michael Brewster will miss the final two games of the season with a fractured ankle. Brewster was injured in Sunday's game against the Bills.
Telvin Smith
With the 144th pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars selected outside linebacker Telvin Smith from Florida State.

Standing at 6-foot-3, 218 pounds, Smith is a rangy linebacker that has the versatility to convert to strong safety, if needed. He led FSU with 90 tackles with two sacks and three interceptions in 2013.
Tyson Alualu
Jaguars defensive end Tyson Alualu (elbow), cornerback Alan Ball (ankle), defensive end Andre Branch (neck), defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks (ankle) and defensive tackle Roy Miller (shoulder) were all cleared to play Week 11 vs. Arizona. All five players were listed as probable.
Stephen Morris
No Updates
Will Blackmon
The Jaguars announced the re-signing of defensive back Will Blackmon Tuesday, shortly after the open of free agency. Blackmon's deal is for two years, though the team did not announce financial terms for the 29-year-old.

Blackmon finished the 2013 season with 40 tackles, one interception and 10 passes defended in 15 games. 

Jamell Fleming
The Jaguars have released an inactive list Sunday that includes injured wide receiver Stephen Burton (concussion) and running back Justin Forsett (foot).

The healthy inactives are wide receiver Jeremy Ebert, cornerback Jamell Fleming, defensive tackle Jeremy Mincey, quarterback Ricky Stanzi and guard Jacques McClendon.

Sherrod Martin
The Panthers placed safety Sherrod Martin (knee) on injured reserve Tuesday.
Mike Brown
Jaguars receiver Mike Brown is no lock to make the roster, reports the Florida Times-Union. The top three wideouts are Cecil Shorts and second-round picks Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson. Brown will vie with Ace Sanders, Kerry Taylor and at least two rookies for the final three spots. 

Last year, Brown missed four games with a broken bone in his back and finished with 32 catches for 446 yards and two touchdowns.

Nathan Slaughter
No Updates
Winston Guy
Jaguars defensive back Winston Guy had his best game of the season Thursday, in a 27-20 win over the Texans in Week 14. Guy racked up eight tackles to finish third on the team, and nearly matching his total for the season.

Guy entered the game with just nine tackles in the first 10 games of his career.

Brandon Barden
The Titans have reported that they have pared down their roster by 10 players. Included are defensive tackles Zach Clayton and DaJohn Harris, safety Al Afalava, tackle Daniel Baldridge, tight end Brandon Barden (injured), linebacker Gary Guyton, defensive end Nigel Nicholas, running back Jalen Parmele, guard Kasey Studdard and wide receiver Dontel Watkins.

Guyton and Studdard boast some experience. The former was a part-time starter for Green Bay from 2009 to 2011 while the latter played extensively with Houston in 2009.

The Titans will make more cuts on Saturday.

Chris Prosinski
Jaguars S Josh Evans, LB Geno Hayes, DT Roy Miller, OL Uche Nwaneri, OL Austin Pasztor, S Chris Prosinski, K Josh Scobee and RB Jordan Todman are active Week 15 against the Bills.

With Maurice Jones-Drew inactive, Todman should see the majority of the work at running back. Scobee is dealing with a hip injury, but should be good to kick.

Johnathan Cyprien
Jaguars safety Johnathan Cyprien is looking forward to improving in his second year in 2014, reports the Florida Times-Union.

Cyprien will spend the next few months in Miami, "working on my strengths and weaknesses," before returning to the Jacksonville area for the Jaguars' offseason program.

"I'm no longer a rookie; I want to lift my game for the entire team and bring a new energy to the group," he said. 

Cyprien felt he improved during the second half of the season. Aside from the one game he missed with a thigh bruise, he played every snap in his 15 games.

"I believe I did – things slowed down and things came to me and I was able to make more plays and be a better contributor to the team," he said. "It was just the growing process. That's very standard because with the learning curve, I had to start from somewhere."

Ace Sanders
Jaguars receiver Ace Sanders announced Tuesday that he was taking a leave of absence from training camp and beyond because of "personal issues." Sanders wouldn't specify except to say he's going to get some counseling and that he expects to receive a four-game suspension from the NFL for violating their substance abuse policy. He's not expected to participate in training camp or the preseason. 

"I've decided to go seek help, get [the] attention that I need -- hopefully somebody can help me out," Sanders said per the Florida Times-Union. "I should be OK; I just want to get better and come back and be ready to play. Sometimes life hits and it's hard."

Undisclosed - NFI. Doubtful for start of regular season
Jacques McClendon
The Jaguars inactive list for Week 14 against the Texans doesn't feature much in the way of surprises, as running back Justin Forsett (foot), defensive back Josh Evans (shoulder) and wide receiver Stephen Burton (concussion) were all ruled out prior to the game.

Those three were joined on the sidelines by quarterback Ricky Stanzi, guard Jacques McClendon, wide receiver Jeremy Ebert and defensive lineman Brandon Deaderick

Marcus Whitfield
No Updates
Josh Scobee
Jaguars kicker Josh Scobee was held in check Week 17 against Indianapolis.

Scobee hit a 37 yard field goal in the second quarter, but did not receive any other opportunites. He had one extra point attempt. Jacksonville only scored 10 points, so Scobee was not much of a factor.

Chad Bumphis
The Broncos signed receiver Chad Bumphis to their practice squad. A three-year starter at Mississippi State, Bumphis was waived by the Dolphins in the preseason.
Lamaar Thomas
Jaguars rookie receiver Marqise Lee missed his third consecutive practice Thursday with an ankle injury, reports the Florida Times-Union. He was joined on the sidelines by wideouts Cecil Shorts (calf), Ace Sanders (hamstring), Mike Brown (groin), rookie Allen Robinson (hamstring), Tandon Doss (calf) and Lamaar Thomas (knee).
Bradie Ewing
The Jaguars claimed fullback Bradie Ewing off waivers from the Falcons.
Zane Beadles
The Jaguars have signed free agent left guard Zane Beadles, the team reports Tuesday. Beadles spent the first five years of his career with the Broncos.
Beau Blankenship
No Updates
Terrance Cobb
No Updates
Aaron Colvin
Jaguars rookie cornerback Aaron Colvin, a fourth-round pick who's rehabbing a torn ACL, won't be able to practice until midseason, reports the Florida Times-Union. Defensive backs coach DeWayne Walker said Colvin is keeping himself mentally involved.

"He’s really smart, asks a lot of questions, and I’m really looking forward to getting him back healthy and throwing him in the mix as well," Walker said.

Undisclosed - NFI. Questionable for start of regular season
Chris Smith
Jaguars rookie defensive end Chris Smith could make an early impact as a pass rusher, reports the Florida Times-Union. A fifth-round pick out of Arkansas, Smith is a 6-1, 266-pounder with the reach of someone 6-foot-5 to 6-foot-7, the paper said.

The paper expects Smith, who had 21.5 sacks in college, to play on third down and draw favorable matchups opposite Chris Clemons.

Allen Robinson
Jaguars rookie receivers Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson, who missed much of the offseason program with injuries, "should be on the field in close to full-go capacity" when the team opens camp Friday, according to the Jaguars' official website.

Lee was battling an ankle injury, while Robinson had a hamstring problem. Both second-round picks are viewed as immediate contributors.

"I’m ready,” Robinson said Tuesday following an on-field workout with quarterbacks and rookies. "That was my goal in the offseason, to get as ready as possible for the start of camp.

"I think me and the trainers have a good game plan going into that, and I feel like I did it pretty well. I feel good. I feel ready. We practice Friday and I’m cleared to go. You’ve always got to be smart and take care of your body, but as far as on-field stuff, I’m ready to go."

Lee also practiced Tuesday.

"Everything’s good," he said. "I’m pretty much cleared. They still want me to take it slow as far as right now. During camp, that’s when I pick it up. We’ve got a while before we actually put on pads, so by that time pads come on, I should be OK."

Chad Henne
The Jaguars continue to say that Chad Henne, and not No. 3 overall pick Blake Bortles, will start at quarterback this season, reports NFL.com.

Henne started 13 games last season and threw for 3,241 yards, completing 61 percent of his passes, with 13 touchdowns and 14 interceptions.

"I think it's been out there that our beliefs and our feelings is that we feel so strongly about Chad and he's going in, I think the team has really rallied around that," Bradley said. "Now, it has provided an atmosphere for Blake to really go out there and ask a lot of questions and gain a lot of information from all the quarterbacks that are in.

So how is Bortles doing with the transition from college to the NFL?

"He's doing a really good job, he's having more good days than days that maybe he's struggling, like all rookies have," Bradley saidd. "We're very excited about his development."

Cameron Bradfield
Per agent Andy Simms, the Jaguars have agreed to a two-year contract with offensive tackle Cam Bradfield . He figures to be a backup for Jacksonville. 
Reggie Jordan
No Updates
Tyler Shatley
No Updates
Luke Bowanko
The Jaguars signed center Luke Bowanko, a sixth-round pick out of Virginia, to a four-year deal. Bowanko worked at center and tackle during the rookie minicamp over the weekend and could be a swing player on the interior.
Austin Pasztor
Offensive lineman Austin Pasztor signed his one-year restricted free agent tender with the Jaguars worth $570,000, ESPN reports. Pasztor started at right tackle for a number of games with Jacksonville last season and could enter training camp as the team's starting right tackle this summer. 
Dekoda Watson
The Jaguars signed linebacker Dekoda Watson to help pressure the quarterback, but he won't even be able to practice anytime soon. A source told the Florida Times-Union that Watson had sports hernia surgery in late June and will begin training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list

The same source expects Watson to be ready for the start of the season. 

Hernia - PUP. Questionable for start of regular season
Patrick Lewis
The Jaguars have made QB Ricky Stanzi, CB Dwayne Gratz, RB Delone Carter, LB Geno Hayes, TE Allen Reisner, OL Patrick Lewis and DE Gerald Rivers inactive Week 17.

Both Hayes and Gratz were ruled out prior to Sunday. The other five players were not listed on the injury report, and are healthy scratches.

Blake Bortles
The Jaguars have signed first-round pick Blake Bortles to a four-year deal according to ESPN. It's valued at $20.65 million and includes a $13.34 million signing bonus. The team has a fifth-year option, as is the case with all first-round picks. 

Bortles is not expected to begin the season as the Jaguars starter unless he has a tremendous training camp, but it's a near-certainty he'll play at some point in 2014 and enter 2015 as the team's top quarterback. 

Demetrius McCray
In addition to second-round pick Jonathan Cyprien, the Jaguars drafted five defensive backs: Connecticut cornerback Dwayne Gratz, Florida safety Josh Evans, New Mexico State cornerback Jeremy Harris and Appalachian State cornerback Demetrius McCray. They also drafted receiver/kick returner Ace Sanders from South Carolina.
Jeremy Harris
The Jaguars placed corner Jeremy Harris on injured reserve with a back injury and made a dozen other roster moves. Among those cut were long snapper Jeremy Cain, guard Mark Asper, punter Ken Parrish and corner Lionel Smith.

Jerome Junior
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Sen'Derrick Marks
The Jaguars have signed defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks to a four-year contract, per the Florida Times-Union. The deal is reportedly worth $22 million.

Marks has started all 15 games and registered 29 tackles and four sacks. He was set for free agency before the team locked him up.

Mike Harris
The Jaguars defense is in good shape for Week 14 against the Texans, despite the presence of six players on the injury report. Of those six, five are active and in uniform for Thursday's game, after being listed on the injury report as probable. They are: Defensive linemen Andre Branch (knee) and Roy Miller (shoulder; linebackers Geno Hayes (knee) and Nate Stupar (chest); and defensive back Mike Harris (hip). 
Jordan Miller
The Jaguars have deemed eight players as probable for their Sunday clash against Indianapolis, including top back Maurice Jones-Drew (hamstring) and linebacker Paul Posluszny (groin).

The others are cornerback Alan Ball (ankle/shoulder), wide receivers Ace Sanders (finger) and Mike Brown (wrist), safeties Johnathan Cyprien (thigh/foot) and Josh Evans (shoulder) and defensive tackle Jordan Miller (shoulder).

Alan Ball
The Jaguars put receiver Ace Sanders and cornerback Aaron Colvin on the non-football injury list and cornerback Alan Ball and linebacker Dekoda Watson on the PUP list.
Undisclosed - PUP. Probable for start of regular season
Drew Nowak
The Jaguars made a few roster moves Tuesday. They placed offensive lineman Will Rackley (concussion) on injured reserve, while elevating offensive lineman Drew Nowak from the practice squad and signing offensive lineman Patrick Lewis off the Browns' practice squad.
Damian Copeland
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Josh Evans
Jaguars safety Josh Evans will miss OTAs after undergoing foot surgery May 20, reports the Florida Times-Union. But he's expected to be ready for training camp in late July. 

Evans started 11 games as a rookie last year and finished with 54 tackles. He'll compete with Winston Guy for a starting job.

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