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Coach Gus Bradley said the Jaguars will play a hybrid of 4-3 and 3-4.
Expect the Jaguars' defense to resemble the Seahawks' system Bradley implemented as Seattle's defensive coordinator. This means a lot of 4-3 looks, as the Seahawks lined up in a 4-3 base package 51 percent of the time in 2012. The Seahawks often used a 4-3 "Under" defense, where the strong-side linebacker is outside the tight end and the "Leo" rushes the quarterback's blind side. Jason Babin is expected to play the "Leo" role for Jacksonville this season. Sat, Feb 23, 2013 12:05:00 PM

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Skill Players
PosRoleName
QB1Blake Bortles
2Chad Henne
3Brandon Allen
RB1T.J. Yeldon
2Chris Ivory
3Denard Robinson
4Corey Grant
5Joe Banyard
GLB1Chris Ivory
2T.J. Yeldon
3RB1T.J. Yeldon
2Chris Ivory
WR11Allen Robinson
2Marqise Lee
3Arrelious Benn
4Tony Washington
5Shaq Evans
WR21Allen Hurns
2Rashad Greene
3Bryan Walters
4Shane Wynn
WR31Marqise Lee
TE1Julius Thomas
2Marcedes Lewis
3Nic Jacobs
4Ben Koyack
5Braedon Bowman
LT1Kelvin Beachum
2Rashod Hill
3Pearce Slater
LG1Luke Joeckel
2Mackenzy Bernadeau
3Tyler Shatley
C1Brandon Linder
2Jacques McClendon
RG1A.J. Cann
2Patrick Omameh
3Kadeem Edwards
4Chris Reed
RT1Jermey Parnell
2Jeff Linkenbach
3Josh Wells
K1Jason Myers