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Jacksonville Jaguars

Stadium: EverBank Field | Coach: Gus Bradley
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense18th92.1 (27th)256.8 (10th)
Defense24th106.8 (14th)268.2 (28th)
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 Allen, Brandon QB6-12179/5/1992RArkansas
93Alualu, Tyson DT6-33105/12/19877California
 Amukamara, Prince DB6-02076/6/19896Nebraska
57Armbrister, Thurston OLB6-223512/25/19922Miami (Fla.)
94Ash, Richard NT6-33148/4/19921Western Michigan
 Bailey, Rasheed WR6-12057/29/19931Delaware Valley
29Banyard, Joe RB5-1022111/12/19884Texas-El Paso
54Bartu, Joplo OLB6-223010/3/19894Texas State
 Beachum, Kelvin T6-33036/8/19895Southern Methodist
12Benn, Arrelious WR6-22209/8/19886Illinois
96Bennett, Michael DT6-23052/24/19932Ohio State
 Bernadeau, Mackenzy G6-43221/3/19869Bentley
14Blackmon, Justin WR6-12101/9/19902Oklahoma State
5Bortles, Blake QB6-52454/28/19923Central Florida
70Bowanko, Luke C6-63106/13/19913Virginia
38Brown, Sergio (FA) FS6-22075/22/19887Notre Dame
60Cann, A.J. G6-331510/3/19912South Carolina
 Casey, Chance DB5-111903/11/19911Baylor
22Colvin, Aaron CB6-019410/2/19913Oklahoma
37Cyprien, Johnathan SS6-02237/29/19904Florida International
59Davis, Ryan DE6-22702/24/19894Bethune-Cookman
 Day, Sheldon DT6-02867/1/1994RNotre Dame
 Edwards, Kadeem G6-43131/24/19912Tennessee State
 Evans, Shaq WR6-12133/7/19912UCLA
26Evans, Josh FS6-02106/5/19914Florida
56Fowler, Dante DE6-32618/3/19942Florida
21Gerhart, Toby (FA) RB6-02353/28/19877Stanford
 Gipson, Tashaun DB5-112058/7/19905Wyoming
33Grant, Corey RB5-1020512/19/19912Auburn
27Gratz, Dwayne CB5-112063/8/19904Connecticut
34Gray, Jonas RB5-102256/27/19903Notre Dame
13Greene, Rashad WR5-111859/23/19922Florida State
7Henne, Chad QB6-32207/2/19859Michigan
 Holmes, Tyrone OLB6-42509/10/1993RMontana
31House, Davon CB6-01967/10/19896New Mexico State
88Hurns, Allen WR6-320511/12/19913Miami (Fla.)
 Ivory, Chris RB6-02223/22/19887Tiffin University
 Jack, Myles OLB6-12459/3/1995RUCLA
 Jackson, Malik DT6-52931/11/19905Tennessee
85Jacobs, Nic TE6-529510/13/19913McNeese State
76Joeckel, Luke T6-631511/6/19914Texas A&M
95Jones, Abry DT6-43209/8/19914Georgia
48Koyack, Ben TE6-52554/9/19931Notre Dame
 Lawrence, Rashad WR6-11906/10/19921Northwestern
11Lee, Marqise WR6-020011/25/19913USC
89Lewis, Marcedes TE6-62755/19/198411UCLA
65Linder, Brandon G6-63201/25/19923Miami (Fla.)
20Loston, Craig SS6-220912/21/19893Louisiana State
99Marks, Sen'Derrick DT6-23162/23/19878Auburn
41Marshall, Nick CB6-12066/30/19922Auburn
35McCray, Demetrius CB6-21945/11/19914Appalachian State
97Miller, Roy DT6-23207/9/19878Texas
 Miller, Patrick T6-72893/30/19931Auburn
2Myers, Jason K5-101955/12/19912Marist
 Ngakoue, Yannick DE6-225511/30/1994RMaryland
 Nortman, Brad P6-22159/12/19895Wisconsin
75Odrick, Jared DE6-530512/31/19877Penn State
78Parnell, Jermey T6-63157/20/19867Mississippi
30Pierce, Bernard (FA) RB6-02225/10/19915Temple
 Porter, Sean OLB6-12421/12/19914Texas A&M
51Posluszny, Paul MLB6-224010/10/198410Penn State
52Pullard, Hayes OLB6-02404/18/19922USC
 Ramsey, Jalen CB6-120910/24/1994RFlorida State
64Reed, Christopher G6-53007/22/19921Minnesota State
 Reynolds, Rashaad CB5-111872/2/19912Oregon State
16Robinson, Denard RB6-02159/22/19904Michigan
15Robinson, Allen WR6-32158/24/19933Penn State
23Sample, James SS6-22156/23/19922Louisville
69Shatley, Tyler G6-33055/5/19913Clemson
55Skuta, Dan OLB6-22654/21/19868Grand Valley State
50Smith, Telvin OLB6-32234/11/19913Florida State
98Smith, Chris DE6-12702/11/19923Arkansas
 Smith, Quanterus DE6-525511/26/19893Western Kentucky
87Sterling, Neal WR6-32381/14/19922Monmouth (N.J.)
80Thomas, Julius TE6-52606/27/19886Portland State
 Thompson, Peyton DB5-101809/26/19905San Jose State
46Tinker, Carson LS6-025011/15/19894Alabama
58Tripp, Jordie MLB6-32444/3/19913Montana
81Walters, Bryan (FA) WR6-019511/4/19873Cornell
12Washington, Tony WR5-1019810/18/19902Appalachian State
72Wells, Josh T6-63102/14/19913James Madison
 Wolff, Earl DB5-1121012/15/19893North Carolina State
 Woodard, Jonathan DE6-6271//RCentral Arkansas
24Yeldon, T.J. RB6-122510/2/19932Alabama
Roster Analysis
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Position Listing
Marcedes Lewis
Lewis has agreed to a three-year contract with the Jaguars, the Florida Times-Union reports.

Lewis, who will turn 32 in May, will thus reprise his role as the Jaguars' No. 2 tight end behind Julius Thomas. On the heels of a 2015 season in which Lewis caught just 16 passes for 226 yards and no touchdowns, the veteran TE is off the fantasy radar as long as Thomas can stay healthy.

Nick Marshall
Jaguars defensive back Nick Marshall will return punts this week against the Colts, the Florida Times-Union reports.

The Jaguars had been using rookie Rashad Greene on punt returns, but he was placed on short-term injured reserve prior to Week 3 against the Patriots. New England never had to punt in that game, so we never saw Greene's replacement. Marshall is a rookie who did some returning in the preseason.

Carson Tinker
No Updates
Earl Wolff
The Eagles have waived/injured third-year safety Earl Wolff, who tweeted that he underwent knee surgery Thursday.

Wolff was absent from the last three practices with what he described as soreness in the knee. He missed all spring workouts despite Chip Kelly declaring that he had been cleared by the doctor.

He was a full participant, however, when training camp began and said he was feeling as good as he had in over a year, per the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Christopher Reed
No Updates
Roy Miller
Jaguars defensive lineman Roy Miller is scheduled to undergo arthroscopic surgery on Wednesday, according to the Florida Times-Union on Monday. Miller hopes that the surgeon is able to repair his torn meniscus instead of removing it.

"The doctor is going in there to take a look at everything and hopefully we'll go with the quick route," Miller said. "If they can trim it, I'll be back on my feet the next day. If not, you have to wait for it to stitch together and then you take precautionary steps and that's maybe a couple of months."

Miller sat out the final two games of the season before opting for surgery. He signed a four-year, $16.25 million contract extension five days after the injury. His season ends with 30 tackles and one sack.

Marqise Lee
Lee reported to the Jaguars' offseason program fully healthy, Jaguars.com reports.

The third-year receiver has dealt with several injuries, namely to his hamstring, over his first two seasons in Jacksonville, which have prevented him from taking off after an electric college career at USC. Quarterback Blake Bortles said Wednesday that he and Lee have been able to work together extensively this offseason, calling the opportunity "huge." "It's been hard to get on the same page and work for an extended period of time, so I'm excited he's here and he's healthy," Bortles said. "What he can do is really special and he's super talented." Lee, who has 52 career catches for 613 yards and two touchdowns, will have an opportunity to grab hold of the third receiver spot behind Pro Bowler Allen Robinson and entrenched No. 2 receiver Allen Hurns. However, with Julius Thomas also back for his second season in Jacksonville, Lee may have to settle for being Bortles' fourth option this season, assuming he's able to stay healthy for more than a few weeks at a time.

Rashaad Reynolds
No Updates
Tyrone Holmes
No Updates
Ben Koyack
The Jaguars have announced that they have signed seventh-round tight end Ben Koyack to his rookie contract. Half of their draft class has been signed.

Koyack caught 30 passes last season for Notre Dame.

Abry Jones
Jaguars defensive backs Alan Ball (abdomen) and Dwayne Gratz (ankle), along with defensive lineman Abry Jones (abdomen) are active for Week 2 against the Redskins. Ball was considered questionable for the game with his injury, but neither Gratz nor Jones was expected to miss any time. 
Sheldon Day
The Jaguars selected Day in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 103rd overall.

Day fell this far for a reason -- he's a small tackle at 6-foot-1, 293 pounds and doesn't boast standout athleticism to make up for it -- but there's reason to believe he has the skill set to overachieve despite his modest athletic attributes. Day was a four-year contributor at Notre Dame and one of the team's best defenders over the last two years, and he should provide Jacksonville with a high-energy, disruptive rotational piece on the defensive line.

Jermey Parnell
The Jaguars made the signing of offensive tackle Jermey Parnell official on Wednesday, per the team's official website. He reportedly agreed to a five-year, $32-million deal with Jacksonville, after serving as the Cowboys' swing tackle last season. He graded 20th out of 84 offensive tackles last season, per Pro Football Focus.

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Kadeem Edwards
The Buccaneers placed rookie guard Kadeem Edwards on injured reserve with a foot injury, the team announced.
Brandon Allen
No Updates
Paul Posluszny
Posluszny notched 10 tackles (nine solo) and an interception in Sunday's loss to the Falcons.

After a fractured hand kept him out of last week's game against the Colts, Posluszny returned to the field in a big way for the Jaguars on Sunday. Despite the loss, the veteran middle-linebacker recorded his third interception of the season, and brought his tackles total up to 114 on the year. He's the best player on the Jaguars' defense and he's a very solid IDP at his position when he's healthy.

James Sample
The Jaguars placed safety James Sample and offensive lineman Sen'Derrick Marks on the Physically Unable to Perform list on Tuesday, reports the Florida Times-Union.

Sample is dealing with a broken right arm, while Marks is recovering from a torn ACL.

Craig Loston
Jaguars running back Toby Gerhart was among the notable players listed on the final injury report for Week 8 at home against Miami. Gerhart was listed as probable after missing two straight games with a foot injury. Craig Loston (hamstring) and Luke Bowanko were also labeled probable.

Dwayne Gratz (hip) was the only other player on the report listed as questionable, while Alan Ball (biceps) and Andre Branch (groin) were officially ruled out for Sunday.

Justin Blackmon
Blackmon was reportedly arrested Saturday in Ardmore, Oklahoma for driving under the influence, the Florida Times-Union reports.

Blackmon, who hasn't played since October of 2013, remains under contract with the Jaguars, but it seems increasingly unlikely that he'll play for the team again. At this time, the 25-year-old wideout remains under an indefinite suspension from the NFL.

Suspension - Suspended indefinitely
Ryan Davis
Davis has signed a one-year tender to remain with the Jaguars.

Davis has posted 10 sacks over the past two seasons, while also combining for 30 tackles, three forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries over that span. In signing with the Jaguars, Davis provides depth and stability to Jacksonville's front-seven.

Chance Casey
The Colts have made several minor moves, including the signing of cornerback Chance Casey and guard Will Corbin, per Indysportscentral.com. They have also waived-injured cornerback Josh Mitchell.

Casey has played in four NFL games in two seasons. He totaled six tackles with Oakland a year ago.

Corbin and Mitchell are undrafted rookie free agents. If the latter clears waivers, he will revert to injured reserve.

Davon House
Jaguars cornerback Davon House (foot) was seen practicing Friday, per Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union.

The big free-agent addition from the Packers hasn't been all that effective so far - he's recorded just seven tackles and hasn't forced a turnover in 177 snaps this season - but his presence will be needed when Jacksonville takes on Indianapolis this Sunday.

Jason Myers
Myers did not attempt a field goal in Sunday's loss to the Titans, but he was responsible for two missed extra points.

Myers has made 22-of-26 field goals on the year, but he's struggled mightily with extra points. After Sunday's pair of misses, which ended up costing Jacksonville a chance to tie the game, he's now misfired on six extra points this season. While he's certainly a candidate to be released this offseason, it seems unlikely that he'll be cut with only four games remaining.

Jalen Ramsey
The Jaguars selected Ramsey in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, fifth overall.

Ramsey was widely expected to go in the first three or four picks, and the general consensus identifies him as the top overall prospect in the draft. This was the ideal pick for Jacksonville all along, as Ramsey has a versatile skill set and almost unparalleled athleticism in the secondary - an area of need for the Jaguars. Particularly if he should play at safety, Ramsey has the potential to produce immediately as an IDP. At 6-foot-1, 209 pounds, Ramsey has 4.41 speed and freakish explosiveness, illustrated by his 41.5-inch vertical and 135-inch broad jump.

Richard Ash
No Updates
Allen Hurns
Hurns (sports hernia) expects to start running in approximately one month, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports. As for the offseason, he said, "OTAs, I'll definitely be ready. I'll be doing everything I'm supposed to be."

Hurns gutted out injury after injury in his second season en route to 64 catches (on 105 targets) for 1,031 yards and 10 touchdowns in 15 games. Missing only one outing due to his residence in the concussion protocol, he nonetheless required sports hernia surgery once the campaign concluded. If he indeed upholds his desired training schedule, he'll be present at the beginning of the Jaguars' offseason program in April.

Abdomen - Probable for start of season
Michael Bennett
The Jaguars are all set with sixth-round defensive tackle Michael Bennett, who has signed his rookie contract.

The 293-pound Bennett racked up 110 tackles and 18 sacks in 47 games for Ohio State. A hamstring problem prevented him from participating in mini-camp last weekend.

Brandon Linder
The Jaguars have declared guard Brandon Linder out for the Sunday game against the Colts.

Linder has been dealing with a lingering shoulder injury in recent weeks.

Kelvin Beachum
Steelers tackle Kelvin Beachum (knee) is doubftul to return after being carted to the locker room Sunday against Arizona.

Beachum fell to the ground during a running play in the second quarter, and was helped off the field.

Corey Grant
Jaguars running back Corey Grant carried the ball twice for minus-6 yards in Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers.

T.J. Yeldon (groin) once again handled the bulk of the workload, but Grant received two carries on the day. One went for 11 yards, but the other was a disaster, as Grant blatantly fumbled on a toss play deep in Jacksonville territory. The Buccaneers were able to recover for a touchdown and Grant, understandably, did not see another carry the rest of the way. If Yeldon misses any time, Grant could see a slight increase in snaps, but Toby Gerhart and Bernard Pierce are probably ahead of him in the pecking order. Grant also handled kick return duties Sunday, logging 93 yards on three returns with a long of 42 yards.

Mackenzy Bernadeau
Cowboys guard Mackenzy Bernadeau's restructured contract includes a $1.15 million pay cut for 2014, reports USA Today. He started 11 games last season and figures to start at right guard this fall.
Dwayne Gratz
Jaguars cornerback Dwayne Gratz is in a backup role during OTAs behind 2013 seventh-round pick Demetrius McCray and free-agent addition Davon House, but he's looking to get another shot at starting in the future, the Florida Times-Union reports.

"Right now, I’m not starting, and I understand that things aren’t always going to go my way," Gratz said. "I’m going to have to work for it in the offseason. Hopefully, one day I’ll get that spot back."

Gratz opened last season as a starter after being drafted in the third round in 2013, but he was replaced by McCray after four weeks. He again received a chance to start later in the season due to an injury to Alan Ball, but the Jaguars hit the free-agent market during the offseason for an upgrade at the starting postion.

"He’s really matured," coach Gus Bradley said. "I see a completely different mind-set this year than he was his first year. Sometimes, you’ve got to externally motivate guys, or get after them or challenge them. That’s how I felt Gratzie was. I remember two years ago or a year and a half ago, I told him until he changes his mind-set, we’re going to have to continue to motivate him. Well, he’s not motivated through that anymore. It feels all more internally. I think he’s made really good strides. We’ll see how it carries over, but his mind-set, I really like how it is."

Rashad Lawrence
Lawrence was released by the Jaguars on Tuesday, ESPN's Michael DiRocco reports.

Lawrence was a healthy scratch for his two games on the active roster, and with the Jaguars suddenly needing another running back, the 23-year-old wideout was a casualty. Lawrence will likely revert back to the practice squad if he clears waivers.

Denard Robinson
Robinson concluded his 2015 season with 67 rushing attempts for 266 yards and 21 receptions for 164 yards.

Robinson reached the end zone four times in 2014, but he found paydirt only once this season, scoring a touchdown during the Jaguars 51-16 Week 14 rout of the Colts. With rookie T.J. Yeldon firmly entrenched as the starter, Robinson was relegated to backup duty for much of the year, though he filled in for Yeldon (knee) down the stretch, notching 28 combined carries for 116 yards in Weeks 14 and 15. Looking ahead, Yeldon figures to return as the unquestioned No. 1 back in 2016, so Robinson will battle for an RB2 role, and the team will likely bring in some competition via free agency or the draft.

T.J. Yeldon
Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell said Yeldon and Chris Ivory will likely split carries, NFL.com's Jeff Darlington reports.

Yeldon, the 36th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, had a solid but unspectacular rookie season, posting a 182-740-2 rushing line (4.1 YPC) and 36-279-1 receiving line (46 targets) in 12 games. He served in a three-down role for much of the season, but with Chris Ivory now joining the Jags on a sizable contract, it appears Yeldon will at least be ceding a good portion of the early-down workload. Ivory is the favorite to get more carries, but Yeldon should still have a significant role that could include passing-down work.

Prince Amukamara
Amukamara will sign a one-year contract with the Jaguars, NFL.com reports.

Amukamara has missed 25 games in five seasons since the Giants used a first-round pick on him, but has proven to be a solid cover cornerback when healthy. Coming off 63 tackles and one interception in 11 appearances last season, Amukamara could very well earn the Jaguars' No. 1 corner position, and adds more experience to a Jacksonville secondary that also signed talented safety Tashuan Gipson this week.

Brad Nortman
No Updates
Sergio Brown
The Jaguars have released Brown.

Per the Florida Times-Union, the move creates $2.25 million worth of salary cap space for the Jaguars. In 15 games for the team in 2015, the 27 year-old free safety recorded 38 tackles, 1.5 sacks and two pass break-ups.

Jonathan Woodard
No Updates
Toby Gerhart
Gerhart was released by the Jaguars on Tuesday, Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union reports.

With the Jaguars expected to sign Chris Ivory on Wednesday at the start of free agency, they've elected to release Gerhart in the corresponding move. Gerhart saw action in just seven games last season before being placed on injured reserve with a groin injury, finishing with 44 yards on 20 carries. He'll be an unrestricted free agent when free agency begins Wednesday.

Luke Joeckel
Jaguars OT Luke Joeckel is inactive Sunday against the Dolphins, Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union reports. 

Joeckel, the starting left tackle, will give way to his backup, Sam Young. His absence will provide a slight boost to the Miami defense.

Jordie Tripp
The Dolphins released their final injury report for the Week 16 matchup against the Vikings and tight end Charles Clay (hamstring) is listed as probable.

The Dolphins listed Jelani Jenkins (foot), Don Jones (shoulder) and Jamar Taylor (shoulder) as questionable.

The Dolphins deemed offensive lineman Nate Garner (illness) out. Dallas Thomas (foot) and Daniel Thomas (knee) are listed as doubtful.

The following players are listed as probable: Koa Misi ,Chris McCainCortland FinneganJonathan Freeny and Jordie Tripp.

The Dolphins are 6 1/2-point favorites.

Josh Wells
With starting right tackle Austin Pasztor rupturing his hamstring Week 13, the Jaguars will replace him with rookie Josh Wells or veteran Sam Young, reports the Florida Times-Union. Wells filled in for Pasztor against the Giants, logging 41 snaps.

"Wells did a pretty good job when he stepped in," coach Gus Bradley told the paper. "The reason why we had him up [active] over Sam Young is because of his flexibility. He could play left tackle and right tackle. Sam does a good job at right tackle so we'll talk more about that, but it will be one of those two."

The Jaguars host the Texans on Sunday.

Telvin Smith
Smith (shoulder) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Texans.

The 2014 fifth-rounder finishes up his 2015 season with a fantasy-friendly 128 tackles, to go along with 2.5 sacks and a pick in 14 games. He's on track to reprise his starting outside linebacker role for the Jags in 2016, an assignment that will make Smith -- whose shoulder issue will not require offseason surgery -- worthy of continued IDP utility next year.

Shoulder - Probable for start of season
Tyson Alualu
The Jaguars announced Sunday that the team has re-signed defensive lineman Tyson Alualu.

Alualu was reported to have a two-year deal for $6 million with the team Saturday. The former first-round pick recorded 30 tackles and two sacks in 2014.

Joplo Bartu
The Falcons have waived Bartu.

The move was made to free up a roster spot for the team's signing of kicker Shayne Graham. Bartu, who recorded 82 tackles last season, has been limited to just 11 stops in seven 2015 contests.

Arrelious Benn
The Eagles released wide receiver Arrelious Benn with an injury settlement, according to ESPN on Saturday. Benn suffered a concussion in the third week of preseason, but it was a back injury that caused him to land on the injury reserve to start the season before he was officially waived by Philadelphia.
Collarbone - Probable for start of season
Julius Thomas
Thomas concluded the 2015 season with 46 catches for 455 yards and five touchdowns in 12 games.

Thomas underwent surgery on his finger after suffering an injury during the preseason, which kept him out of the Jaguars' first four regular season games. He got off to a slow start in his first game against Tampa Bay, catching just two passes for 20 yards but was able to get on track the following week, hauling in seven catches (13 targets) for 78 yards and a score in a loss to Houston. Thomas' production varied greatly week-to-week, but he came into his own midway through the year when he reached the endzone in four straight games between Nov. 19 and Dec. 13. Included in that span was a nine-catch, 116-yard performance in a loss to the Chargers, a game that would prove to be his most productive in a Jaguars uniform. Coming off of a relatively disappointing first season, Thomas has the makings of a decent buy-low candidate in 2016, as he'll have an entire offseason to get healthy and jell with quarterback Blake Bortles and the rest of the Jaguaras' young receiving corps.

Johnathan Cyprien
Cyprien (calf) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Bills in London.

Cyprien is out there Sunday if you need him as an IDP this week. Through four games to date, the Jaguars' starting strong safety has recorded 27 tackles, including 14 stops in Week 4.

Dante Fowler
The Jaguars have finalized the process of ending the season of defensive end and top pick Dante Fowler by placing him on injured reserve.

Fowler sustained a torn ACL on the first day of May minicamp and underwent surgery. He has begun rehabbing, but will not play this year.

Knee - Probable for start of season
Shaq Evans
The Jets lost three players to concussions and three others to an assortment of injuries in Friday's preseason game against Atlanta, per ESPN.

Wide receiver Jeremy Kerley, safety Durell Eskridge and running back Daryl Richardson all left with concussions.

Offensive tackle Ben Ijalana left the game with a knee injury. Shaq Evans sprained his back, and Sashaun Phillips hurt his ribs.

Hayes Pullard
The Browns signed fourth-round pick Vince Mayle and seventh-round selection Hayes Pullard, the team announced

Mayle is a receiver who played college football at Washington State. Pullard is an inside linebacker from USC. 

Rasheed Bailey
No Updates
Neal Sterling
The Jaguars have announced the signing of seventh-round pick and wideout Neal Sterling. He is locked up for four years.

Sterling thrived at Monmouth (N.J.) with 212 receptions for 2,615 yards and 22 touchdowns in 43 games.

Aaron Colvin
Colvin has been suspended for the first four games of the 2016 regular season for violating the league's policy on performance enhancing substances, The Florida Times-Union reports.

Colvin will remain eligible to participate in offseason and preseason activities, but will be sidelined for four games once the regular season kicks off. With Colvin out, offseason signing Price Amukamara becomes increasingly likely to start opposite Davon House at cornerback to begin this season.

Suspension - Suspended until Week 6 at Chicago
Chris Smith
The Jaguars have ruled Roy Miller (knee), Chris Smith, Tyler Shatley, Matt Daniels, Jeremy Harris, Tommy Streeter (abdomen) and Stephen Morris as inactive for Sunday's season finale against Houston.
Patrick Miller
No Updates
Allen Robinson
Robinson caught five of nine targets for 108 yards in Sunday's loss to the Texans.

The second-year wideout capped his excellent season off appropriately, topping the 100-yard mark for the sixth time and upping his season total to 80 catches. Robinson failed to reach the end zone for the first time since Week 11, but he will still finish tied for the league lead with 14 touchdown grabs. Robinson should head into next season as an extremely desirable fantasy option, as he and Blake Bortles both showed a tremendous amount of growth this year and will look to continue their strong rapport.

Chad Henne
The Jaguars and Henne agreed to a two-year, $8 million contract Thursday, Rand Getlin of NFL Network reports.

Henne hasn't taken a snap since the midpoint of Week 3 during the 2014 season, but his experience under offensive coordinator Greg Olson provides the Jaguars with an insurance policy for Blake Bortles.

Chris Ivory
Ivory signed a five-year, $32 million contract with the Jaguars, ESPN's Michael DiRocco reports.

The contract numbers may seem oddly large for an injury-prone running back that will soon turn 28, but only $10 million of the deal is guaranteed and only $5 million comes from the signing bonus. According to NFL.com's Albert Breer, Ivory's deal can really be thought of as a two-year, $12.5 million contract. Of course, that's still more than enough money to ensure that Ivory is ticketed for a starring role, though 2015 second-round selection T.J. Yeldon also figures to be a big part of the offense.

A.J. Cann
The Jaguars officially signed their entire 2015 draft class when they agreed to a contract with guard A.J. Cann on Wednesday, reports ESPN's NFL Nation. Cann was a third-round pick in 2015.
Tyler Shatley
The Jaguars have ruled Roy Miller (knee), Chris Smith, Tyler Shatley, Matt Daniels, Jeremy Harris, Tommy Streeter (abdomen) and Stephen Morris as inactive for Sunday's season finale against Houston.
Tony Washington
The Jaguars have promoted wide receiver Tony Washington from the practice squad.

With Marqise Lee downgraded from probable to questionable, Washington was called up to provide some receiving depth. He's still firmly behind Allen Robinson, Allen Hurns and Bryan Walters on the depth chart, so it's unlikely he will see many targets Sunday at New England.

Thurston Armbrister
No Updates
Bernard Pierce
Pierce was placed on injured reserve Monday, the Jaguars' official site reports.

During pregame warmups for a Week 10 tilt in Baltimore, Pierce injured his calf and subsequently missed the Jags' past four games. With seemingly no end in sight to the absences, he'll miss the rest of his first season in Jacksonville, where he turned six carries into 11 yards and three receptions (on five targets) into seven yards.

Luke Bowanko
The Jaguars enter the final week of the season relatively healthy. Outside of defensive tackle Roy Miller (knee) who was ruled doubtful for Sunday's game against Houston, Jacksonville listed seven players as probable.

Those include quarterback Blake Bortles (foot), center Luke Bowanko (wrist), defensive end Andre Branch (groin), defensive end Chris Clemons (knee), running back Toby Gerhart (ribs), wide receiver Cecil Shorts III (shoulder) and wide receiver Tommy Streeter (abdomen).

Jonas Gray
Gray rushed for 23 yards on nine carries and had a four-yard reception in Sunday's loss to Houston.

Gray doubled his workload in his second game in Jacksonville from five touches to 10. His total yards decreased, however, from 31 to 27. Though the diminished production no doubt has a lot to do with going from playing one of the league's worst defenses in New Orleans to one of the best in Houston, Gray showed nothing that would indicate that he'll challenge T.J. Yeldon for carries in 2016.

Malik Jackson
Jackson is poised to sign with the Jaguars, ESPN.com reports.

The report notes that the defensive lineman's anticipated five or six-year deal with Jacksonville is expected to average in the range of $15 million per season. Jackson is coming off a 2015 season in which he recorded 45 tackles and five sacks for the Broncos, with the Florida Times-Union suggesting that Jackson seems likely "to play the three-technique defensive tackle position" with the Jaguars, while splitting time with Sen'Derrick Marks.

Joe Banyard
Banyard has been promoted from the practice squad.

With Corey Grant (hip) landing on the IR and T.J. Yeldon (groin) still very much a question mark for Sunday's game against the Bills, Banyard was promoted to provide some depth at the running back position. Considering Toby Gerhart and Denard Robinson will likely get most of looks out of the backfield, Banyard shouldn't be viewed as a viable fantasy option at this time. However, that could easily change if Robinson or Gerhart suffers an injury of their own.

Peyton Thompson
The following players were deemed inacitve for the Jaguars Week 8 against the Dolphins: Alan Ball, Peyton Thompson, Storm Johnson, Tyler Shatley, Mike Brown, Andre Branch and Josh Wells.
Rashad Greene
Greene was held to one reception for minus-1 yard in Sunday's loss to Atlanta.

Greene has seen a reduced role in the receiving game with Marqise Lee returning to full health, but he remains Jacksonville's primary punt returner. After taking one back last week against Indianapolis, Greene was limited to only 17 combined yards on two punt returns Sunday.

Quanterus Smith
The Broncos have waived defensive end Quanterus Smith, the Denver Post reports. The team confirmed the move Tuesday.

Smith played in 15 games last season as DeMarcus Ware's backup on the line, recording 11 tackles and no sacks. He was placed on the injured reserve with a knee injury before the team's divisional-round loss against the Colts. His role next season could go to Shaquil Barrett, who was added to the roster before that playoff loss.

Myles Jack
The Jaguars selected Jack (knee) in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 36th overall.

Concerns about cartilage damage in Jack's knee pushed him to this point, and it gives Jacksonville a potentially enormous steal in the process. Even if Jack eventually needs microfracture surgery, he could lose a fair amount of speed and still be one of the league's fastest linebackers. In the meantime, he gives Jacksonville its second freakishly athletic defender in this draft, as the Jags landed Florida State's Jalen Ramsey in the first round. The Jaguars headed into the draft widely expected to pick Ramsey or Jack, but the idea of somehow landing both would have been laughed at. The rest of the league is likely envying Jacksonville's draft at the moment.

Bryan Walters
Walters (back) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Saints.

The status of Walters is of more import to the Jags' depth at wideout that than it to fantasy owners, with Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns (on hand to man the team's starting WR slots on Sunday.

Yannick Ngakoue
The Jaguars selected Ngakoue in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 69th overall.

Ngakoue might not be especially well known after playing for a bad Maryland team, but he was very productive over the last two years, totaling 19 sacks and 28 tackles for loss. He'll be a fine prospect to groom in the Chris Clemons role of the Jacksonville defense.

Blake Bortles
Bortles (thumb) has been working regularly with quarterback consultant Tom House over the course of this offseason, The Florida Times-Union reports.

Bortles remade his throwing motion with the help of House last offseason, but stated this year's monthly "tune-ups" are focused on his hips and shoulders. After enjoying a statistical breakout in Year 2, Bortles seems motivated to further improve his mechanics heading into his third season, which could result in less erratic play overall.

Demetrius McCray
The Jaguars are not in good shape in the standings, but they are in good shape otherwise. All eight players on their Friday injury report at questionable or probable.

The former category consists of linebackers LaRoy Reynolds (neck) and Jeremiah George (ankle). The probables are quarterback Blake Bortles (wrist), defensive ends Andre Branch (groin) and Chris Clemons (knee), safety Josh Evans (elbow), cornerback Demetrius McCray (ankle) and wideout Cecil Shorts (illness).

Nic Jacobs
The minor contributors outnumbered the major ones Sunday for the Jaguars - it's no wonder they lost badly to Dallas.

The best of the bunch was wideout Allen Robinson, who caught five passes for 60 yards. Tight end Clay Harbor chipped in with three catches for 28 yards while running back Jordan Todman added three receptions for 27 yards and two rushes for six yards. Also contributing were tight end Nic Jacobs (1-14) and wideouts Marqise Lee (1-13), Ace Sanders (1-10) and Allen Hurns (1-9).

Running back Toby Gerhart managed two yards on four carries for Jacksonville, which has embarked on its bye week.

Sen'Derrick Marks
Marks (torn triceps) will be placed on season-ending injured reserve Tuesday afternoon, NFL Network's Jeff Darlington reports.

It's been a rough 11 months for Marks, who managed 8.5 sacks and 44 tackles last season, but then suffered a torn ACL in Week 17. He subsequently made just four appearances this season, recording six tackles, three passes defensed and zero sacks. The good news is that he'll be further removed from the ACL injury next season, and the torn triceps should be healed before training camp.

Triceps - Probable for start of season
Tashaun Gipson
The Jaguars have signed Gipson, the Florida Times-Union reports.

Gipson, who turns 26 in August, will bolster the Jaguars' free safety position, an area that the team has been trying to beef up. He's coming off a 2015 season in which he notched 60 tackles in two picks in 13 games, though in 2014 Gipson's ball-hawking skills were evident, as he picked off six passes in 11 games for the Browns.

Dan Skuta
Dan Skuta officially signed his free agent deal with the Jaguars on Wednesday. The deal was reportedly worth $20.5 million over five years.

Skuta, 28, started nine games for San Francisco, filling in for Aldon Smith last season. He registered a career-high five sacks in 14 games.

Sean Porter
In addition to the moves the Bengals made Monday, most notably releasing receiver Denarius Moore, the team cut seven more players to get down to the 75-man limit, per ESPN.com. 

The team released WR Desmond Lawrence, LB Nico Johnson, DT Kwame Geathers, DE Sam Montgomery, OG Chris Jasperse, TE John Peters and WR Tevin Reese

The team put FB Mark Weisman and WR Onterio McCalebb on the waived/injured list, LB Sean Porter on the reserve/PUP list and OT Cedric Ogbuehi on the reserve/non-football injury list.

Jared Odrick
The Jaguars officially signed defensive tackle Jared Odrick on Wednesday, per the team's official website. Odrick will reportedly make $8.5 million per season with $22 million guaranteed.

Odrick, 27, spent his first five seasons in Miami with the Dolphins. He posted 29 tackles, a sack and a forced fumble while playing every game last season.

Josh Evans
Jaguars safety Johnathan Cyprien (calf) is inactive Sunday against the Patriots.

Josh Evans will take over for Cyprien in a game that the Jaguars needed all the help they could get against the potent Patriots' offense.

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