Jacksonville Jaguars Roster 2020 Jaguars Roster

6-10, 4th AFC South

vs IND

6:00 pm GMT, 12/29

After a successful 2017 season that saw them going all the way to the AFC Championship Game, the Jacksonville Jaguars fell apart last year. Their defense once again ranked near the top of the league at #4 but their offense was exposed. Blake Bortles was finally seen as the bust many had been speculating the offense finished the year second to last. The loss of Leonard Fournette took them a step back and the team lacked a receiver with over 750 receiving yards. This year, look for a healthy Fournette and the receiving core to step up after a subpar 2018. Not to mention, Nick Foles will take over as the starting quarterback as the team finally cut ties with Bortles.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Depth Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB Nick Foles Nick Foles N. Foles 7
78
#29 QB 1 6'5" 243 31 1/20/89 8 2012 3 88 Arizona
QB Gardner Minshew Gardner Minshew G. Minshew 15
72
#51 QB 2 6'1" 225 23 5/16/96 0 2019 6 178 Washington State
QB Joshua Dobbs Joshua Dobbs J. Dobbs 1
68
#74 QB 3 6'3" 216 24 1/26/95 3 2017 4 135 Tennessee
RB Leonard Fournette Leonard Fournette L. Fournette 27
80
#31 RB 1 6'0" 240 25 1/18/95 3 2017 1 4 LSU
RB Ryquell Armstead Ryquell Armstead R. Armstead 23
71
#122 RB 2 5'11" 220 23 10/30/96 0 2019 5 140 Temple
RB Devine Ozigbo Devine Ozigbo D. Ozigbo 33
76
#57 RB 3 5'11" 219 23 10/2/96 0 2019 Nebraska
RB Jeremy McNichols Jeremy McNichols J. McNichols 34
69
#93 RB 4 5'9" 214 24 12/26/95 1 2017 5 162 Boise State
RB Devante Mays Devante Mays D. Mays 33
64
#188 RB 5 5'10" 224 25 5/26/94 2 2017 7 238 Utah State
RB Taj McGowan Taj McGowan T. McGowan 33
71
#115 RB 6'0" 180 23 12/30/96 0 2019 Central Florida
OT Cam Robinson Cam Robinson C. Robinson 74
74
#58 OT 1 6'6" 322 24 10/9/95 3 2017 2 34 Alabama
OT Jawaan Taylor Jawaan Taylor J. Taylor 75
73
#70 OT 1 6'5" 312 22 11/25/97 0 2019 2 35 Florida
OT Cedric Ogbuehi Cedric Ogbuehi C. Ogbuehi 77
70
#97 OT 2 6'5" 306 27 4/25/92 5 2015 1 21 Texas A&M
OT Blake Hance Blake Hance B. Hance 72
6'5" 301 24 1/11/96 0 2019 Northwestern
OT Ryan Pope Ryan Pope R. Pope 67
6'7" 320 23 10/17/96 0 2019 San Diego State
ILB Donald Payne Donald Payne D. Payne 54
67
#69 ILB 1 6'0" 215 25 7/12/94 3 2017 Stetson
ILB Joe Giles-Harris Joe Giles-Harris J. Giles-Harris 43
76
#57 ILB 2 6'2" 234 22 4/1/97 0 2019 Duke
ILB Connor Strachan Connor Strachan C. Strachan 49
76
#28 ILB 6'0" 238 24 6/30/95 0 2019 Boston College
ILB Myles Jack Myles Jack M. Jack 44
85
#8 ILB 6'1" 245 24 9/3/95 4 2016 2 36 UCLA
ILB Najee Goode Najee Goode N. Goode 52
64
#100 ILB 6'0" 244 30 6/4/89 8 2012 5 140 West Virginia
ILB Joe Dineen Jr. Joe Dineen Jr. J. Dineen Jr. 45
71
#67 ILB 6'2" 230 23 3/26/96 0 2019 Kansas
OLB Leon Jacobs Leon Jacobs L. Jacobs 48
69
#109 OLB 1 6'1" 246 24 10/3/95 2 2018 7 230
OLB Austin Calitro Austin Calitro A. Calitro 58
68
#122 OLB 1 6'1" 239 26 1/10/94 2 2017 Villanova
OLB Dakota Allen Dakota Allen D. Allen 53
76
#41 OLB 2 6'1" 230 24 11/2/95 0 2019 7 251 Texas Tech
OLB Preston Brown Preston Brown P. Brown 59
76
#33 OLB 2 6'1" 251 27 10/27/92 6 2014 3 73 Louisville
OLB DJ Alexander DJ Alexander D. Alexander 57
75
#62 OLB 6'2" 225 28 9/30/91 5 2015 5 172 Oregon State
OLB Quincy Williams Quincy Williams Q. Williams 56
77
#34 OLB 5'10" 233 23 8/28/96 0 2019 3 98 Murray State
OLB Jake Ryan Jake Ryan J. Ryan 47
77
#35 OLB 6'3" 238 27 2/27/92 5 2015 4 129 Michigan
SS Ronnie Harrison Ronnie Harrison R. Harrison 36
69
#67 SS 1 6'2" 207 22 4/18/97 2 2018 3 93 Alabama
SS Doug Middleton Doug Middleton D. Middleton 39
65
#90 SS 2 5'11" 210 26 9/23/93 3 2016 Appalachian State
SS Jayson Stanley Jayson Stanley J. Stanley 14
71
#57 SS 6'2" 207 22 4/24/97 0 2019 Georgia
P Logan Cooke Logan Cooke L. Cooke 9
75
#19 P 6'5" 224 24 7/28/95 2 2018 7 247
FS Jarrod Wilson Jarrod Wilson J. Wilson 26
61
#79 FS 1 6'1" 210 25 2/9/94 4 2016 Michigan
FS Andrew Wingard Andrew Wingard A. Wingard 42
77
#27 FS 2 6'0" 209 23 12/5/96 0 2019 Wyoming
FS Cody Davis Cody Davis C. Davis 22
73
#48 FS 3 6'1" 204 30 6/6/89 7 2013 Texas Tech
FS Zedrick Woods Zedrick Woods Z. Woods 46
76
#35 FS 5'11" 205 22 8/3/97 0 2019 Mississippi
FS Joshua Moon Joshua Moon J. Moon 39
5'11" 200 22 5/18/97 0 2019 Georgia Southern
LS Matthew Orzech Matthew Orzech M. Orzech 46
74
#4 LS 6'4" 245 24 4/12/95 0 2019 Azusa Pacific
C Brandon Linder Brandon Linder B. Linder 65
88
#5 C 1 6'6" 311 27 1/25/92 6 2014 3 93 Miami
C Tyler Gauthier Tyler Gauthier T. Gauthier 61
71
#45 C 2 6'4" 300 22 6/29/97 0 2019 Miami
C Bunchy Stallings Bunchy Stallings B. Stallings 64
76
#22 C 6'3" 317 24 9/27/95 0 2019 Kentucky
C KC McDermott KC McDermott K. McDermott 62
68
#106 C 6'6" 311 23 4/18/96 1 2018
DT Taven Bryan Taven Bryan T. Bryan 90
72
#59 DT 1 6'5" 291 23 3/11/96 2 2018 1 29 Florida
DT Akeem Spence Akeem Spence A. Spence 97
72
#92 DT 2 6'1" 307 28 11/29/91 7 2013 4 100 Illinois
DT Carl Davis Carl Davis C. Davis 79
77
#44 DT 3 6'5" 321 27 3/2/92 5 2015 3 90 Iowa
DT Brian Price Brian Price B. Price 92
63
#82 DT 6'3" 315 25 6/24/94 2 2016 Texas-San Antonio
DT Andrew Williams Andrew Williams A. Williams 79
73
#54 DT 6'4" 290 24 12/31/95 0 2019 Auburn
DT Marcell Dareus Marcell Dareus M. Dareus 99
81
#17 DT 6'3" 319 30 11/18/89 9 2011 1 3 Alabama
DT Kalani Vakameilalo Kalani Vakameilalo K. Vakameilalo 78
72
#67 DT 6'4" 300 23 4/30/96 0 2019 Oregon State
WR Chris Conley Chris Conley C. Conley 18
73
#148 WR 1 6'2" 213 27 10/25/92 5 2015 3 76 Georgia
WR D.J. Chark D.J. Chark D. Chark 17
70
#198 WR 1 6'3" 199 23 9/23/96 2 2018 2 61 LSU
WR Dede Westbrook Dede Westbrook D. Westbrook 12
78
#59 WR 1 6'0" 178 26 11/21/93 3 2017 4 110 Oklahoma
WR CJ Board CJ Board C. Board 16
65
#317 WR 2 6'2" 174 26 12/12/93 1 2017 Tennessee-Chattanooga
WR Keelan Cole Keelan Cole K. Cole 84
76
#84 WR 2 6'2" 175 26 4/20/93 3 2017 Kentucky Wesleyan
WR Marqise Lee Marqise Lee M. Lee 11
78
#57 WR 2 6'0" 192 28 11/25/91 6 2014 2 39 Southern Cal
WR Marcus Simms Marcus Simms M. Simms 81
3 6'0" 195 22 12/18/97 0 2019 West Virginia
WR Terry Godwin Terry Godwin T. Godwin 19
75
#110 WR 3 5'11" 174 23 10/23/96 0 2019 7 237 Georgia
WR Charone Peake Charone Peake C. Peake 17
65
#346 WR 3 6'2" 209 27 10/16/92 4 2016 7 241 Clemson
WR Raphael Leonard Raphael Leonard R. Leonard 14
74
#130 WR 4 6'1" 192 22 5/26/97 0 2019 Southern Illinois
WR Tyre Brady Tyre Brady T. Brady 19
71
#174 WR 4 6'3" 211 24 4/19/95 0 2019 Marshall
WR Lamar Atkins Lamar Atkins L. Atkins 45
64
#260 WR 5'11" 216 25 2/25/94 1 2018
WR Michael Walker Michael Walker M. Walker 13
72
#218 WR 6'0" 200 23 10/29/96 0 2019 Boston College
WR Dredrick Snelson Dredrick Snelson D. Snelson 81
75
#109 WR 6'0" 205 0 2019 Central Florida
TE Geoff Swaim Geoff Swaim G. Swaim 87
71
#95 TE 1 6'4" 245 26 9/16/93 5 2015 7 246 Texas
TE Josh Oliver Josh Oliver J. Oliver 89
72
#81 TE 2 6'5" 249 22 3/21/97 0 2019 3 69 San Jose State
TE Nick O'Leary Nick O'Leary N. O'Leary 86
71
#96 TE 3 6'3" 252 27 8/31/92 4 2015 6 194 Florida State
TE James O'Shaughnessy James O'Shaughnessy J. O'Shaughnessy 80
77
#38 TE 4 6'4" 245 28 1/14/92 5 2015 5 173 Illinois State
TE Ben Koyack Ben Koyack B. Koyack 83
75
#60 TE 5 6'5" 255 26 4/9/93 4 2015 7 229 Notre Dame
TE Seth DeValve Seth DeValve S. DeValve 88
74
#60 TE 6 6'3" 249 26 1/29/93 4 2016 4 138 Princeton
TE Michael Colubiale Michael Colubiale M. Colubiale 86
70
#97 TE 6'1" 216 24 2/9/95 0 2019 UCF
TE Charles Jones II Charles Jones II C. J. II 85
73
#83 TE 6'3" 254 23 8/5/96 0 2019 Tulane
DE Yannick Ngakoue Yannick Ngakoue Y. Ngakoue 91
85
#28 DE 1 6'2" 252 25 11/30/94 4 2016 3 69 Maryland
DE Calais Campbell Calais Campbell C. Campbell 93
93
#4 DE 1 6'8" 300 33 9/1/86 12 2008 2 50 Miami
DE Josh Allen Josh Allen J. Allen 41
76
#51 DE 2 6'5" 262 22 7/13/97 0 2019 1 7 Kentucky
DE Dawuane Smoot Dawuane Smoot D. Smoot 94
72
#104 DE 2 6'3" 255 24 3/2/95 3 2017 3 68 Illinois
DE Dewayne Hendrix Dewayne Hendrix D. Hendrix 78
71
#135 DE 6'4" 266 24 6/13/95 0 2019 Pittsburgh
DE Lerentee McCray Lerentee McCray L. McCray 55
73
#94 DE 6'2" 249 29 8/26/90 6 2013 Florida
DE Chuck Harris Chuck Harris C. Harris 96
72
#103 DE 6'3" 270 22 11/23/97 0 2019 Buffalo
CB Tre Herndon Tre Herndon T. Herndon 37
78
#61 CB 1 5'11" 185 23 3/5/96 2 2018
CB AJ Bouye AJ Bouye A. Bouye 21
90
#9 CB 1 6'0" 186 28 8/16/91 7 2013 Central Florida
CB Parry Nickerson Parry Nickerson P. Nickerson 35
65
#192 CB 2 5'10" 182 25 10/11/94 2 2018 6 179
CB DJ Hayden DJ Hayden D. Hayden 25
75
#96 CB 2 5'11" 191 29 6/27/90 7 2013 1 12 Houston
CB Brandon Watson Brandon Watson B. Watson 40
75
#7 CB 3 5'11" 197 24 7/11/95 0 2019 Michigan
CB Josh Robinson Josh Robinson J. Robinson 29
71
#148 CB 5'10" 199 29 1/8/91 8 2012 3 66 Central Florida
CB Saivion Smith Saivion Smith S. Smith 35
75
#86 CB 6'1" 199 22 11/5/97 0 2019 Alabama
NT Abry Jones Abry Jones A. Jones 95
74
#24 NT 1 6'3" 313 28 9/8/91 7 2013 Georgia
NT Dontavius Russell Dontavius Russell D. Russell 98
76
#17 NT 2 6'3" 319 24 9/18/95 0 2019 7 235 Auburn
G Andrew Norwell Andrew Norwell A. Norwell 68
84
#14 G 1 6'5" 320 28 10/25/91 6 2014 Ohio State
G AJ Cann AJ Cann A. Cann 60
73
#73 G 1 6'3" 313 28 10/3/91 5 2015 3 67 South Carolina
G Will Richardson Will Richardson W. Richardson 76
68
#114 G 2 6'6" 306 24 1/4/96 2 2018 4 129
G Tyler Shatley Tyler Shatley T. Shatley 69
66
#65 G 2 6'3" 300 28 5/5/91 6 2014 Clemson
G Jordan Agasiva Jordan Agasiva J. Agasiva 66
6'3" 318 22 5/21/97 0 2019 Utah
G Brandon Thomas Brandon Thomas B. Thomas 70
65
#167 G 6'3" 317 28 2/18/91 2 2014 3 100 Clemson
K Josh Lambo Josh Lambo J. Lambo 4
81
#8 K 1 5'11" 220 29 11/19/90 5 2015 Texas A&M

Top 3 Jaguars Roster Questions of 2019-2020

Can Leonard Fournette return from injury and how much can he help the team?

After an injury plagued season that saw him only play two games, how will leonard Fournette fare in his third year in the league? The rookie sensation was terrific in his first NFL season, rushing for 1,040 yards and 9 TDs. Many expected his sophomore season to be better but instead, he suffered the ill-fated sophomore slump. Last year, he only ran for 439 yards and 5 TDs in only 8 games.

If Fournette can stay healthy for the duration of the season, look for big things from the third year back. He’s got the potential to be one of the best in the game and could easily be a top 5 RB by season’s end. In the past, defenses could cater their schemes into stopping him by stacking the box. However, with the change in quarterback, teams will now have to play further back in order to prevent Nick Foles from beating them through the air. If Fournette’s able to play a full 16 game season, he could easily be a 1,300 yard rusher with 10+ TDs. 

Will the Jaguars defense continue to be one of the best?

After having one of the best defenses over the past several years, Jacksonville will look to do the same this year. During the draft, the implemented a rich gets richer strategy and drafted Josh Allen, not to be mistaken with the Buffalo Bills quarterback with the same name, with the 7th overall pick in this past draft. While many projected Allen could go anywhere from 3-6, he instead fell to the Bills at 7 and will immediately give them another great pass rusher. Whether you want him to pressure the quarterback, stop running backs, or drop back in coverage, he can do it all. 

Jacksonville’s front four should be a force to be reckoned with. Allen will join the defensive end unit with Calais Campbell and Yannick Ngakoue who are both widely talented in their own right. Up the middle, the Jaguars feature Marcell Dareus and Abry Jones who will be a great presence in the running game. The five of them should form a very solid core that will once again make the Jaguars one of the best defenses in the league. 

Is Nick Foles finally the answer?

Blake Bortles struggled as a quarterback for the majority of his career and was likely seen as a stopgap until they found their franchise starter. Enter Nick Foles, formerly known as the Eagles’ savior over the past two years. While he’s not the young QB fresh out of the draft, he’s instead a Super Bowl hero who looks ready to step back into the spotlight. Expectations will certainly be high with Foles set to receive $88 million over the next four years. 

Foles will immediately bring in a winning culture after winning the Super Bowl just two years ago. While he isn’t an elite option or franchise quarterback, he’ll make a great signal caller for the win now Jaguars. In just five games in 2018, Foles threw for 1,413 yards and 7 TDs. In a full season as a starter, I’d easily project him for a 3,500 passing yard season with 24 TDs. He’s an instant upgrade over Bortles and will look to find success as the opening day starter after serving as Carson Wentz’s backup the past few years.