Player News - Jaguars

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Jaguars.com confirms LB Myles Jack is moving to the middle in the team's base defense.

Jack manned the middle in nickel situations last season. He's getting all three downs following the retirement of Paul Posluszny. Healthy in 2017 after a college knee issue slowed him as a rookie, Jack had the looks of a legitimate playmaker. Still only 23 (in September), Jack could explode as he moves to the middle and further away from his 2015 injury.
Source: jaguars.com
May 21 - 3:13 PM

The Jaguars' official website believes Donte Moncrief is penciled in as a starter.

Moncrief's fully guaranteed $9.6 million salary for 2018 suggested as much, but the Jags' receiver corps is crowded. Marqise Lee will start, while Keelan Cole was impressive as a rookie and D.J. Chark is a second-round investment. Second-year pro Dede Westbrook also flashed promise as a rookie. Moncrief was something of an underachiever with the Colts. He could leave the door open for competition in camp.
Source: jaguars.com
May 21 - 3:07 PM

Jaguars signed sixth-round QB Tanner Lee and fourth-round OT Will Richardson to four-year contracts.

Lee looks the part stepping off the bus, but he did not look like a draftable prospect at Nebraska. Lee completed just 53.6 percent of his passes with 23 touchdowns and 21 interceptions in two seasons at Tulane, and he was not much better his one season in the Big 10, completing 57.5 percent of his throws on his way to a 3,143/23/16 line. His ceiling is as a backup.
May 10 - 6:28 PM

Jaguars signed seventh-round P Logan Cooke to a four-year contract.

The team has also signed seventh-round LB Leon Jacobs. With veteran Brad Nortman coming off a dismal year, Cooke will be the favorite to win the Jaguars' punting job.
May 10 - 5:44 PM

Jaguars declined DE Dante Fowler's 2019 team option.

Fowler is coming off arguably his best season to date, one in which he recorded eight sacks on just under 500 snaps as a reserve behind Yannick Ngakoue and Calais Campbell. The No. 3 overall pick in the 2015 draft, Fowler's option would have paid him over $14 million. That number was deemed too high for a guy with one year of production and some off-field concerns.
May 2 - 3:47 PM

Jaguars signed NC State OG Tony Adams.

Adams (6’1/302) was a four-year starter for the Wolfpack, earning second-team All-ACC as a junior and senior. He primarily played right guard but dabbled at center. Adams’ tape pops in the run game, where he overpowered opponents at the point of attack. Not invited to the Combine, Adams tested out as a sluggish fifth-percentile athlete at NC State’s Pro Day. Adams seems unlikely to become a plus NFL starter, but his tenacity and sheer block execution make him a viable center-guard swingman prospect.
Apr 29 - 9:45 AM

Jaguars signed Miami CB Dee Delaney.

Delaney (6’0/200) spent just one season at The U after transferring from The Citadel, where he was a D-IAA All-American with 12 interceptions in his first three years. Delaney’s lone Hurricanes season didn’t go as planned, missing three games with a knee injury and starting 6-of-10 appearances. Delaney helped himself at the Combine with a 4.46 forty and 6.95 three-cone time. Big and athletic with ball skills, Delaney is a worthwhile developmental prospect with a chance to contribute at cornerback or safety.
Apr 28 - 9:43 PM

Jaguars signed Iowa State WR Allen Lazard.

Lazard (6’5/227) was a four-year starter and two-time first-team All-Big 12 pick, logging a prolific 241/3,360/26 career receiving line with 13.9 yards per catch. Cyclones QBs combined for a 104.1 passer rating when targeting Lazard in 2017. Lazard showed well in Indy with 76th-percentile SPARQ results, acceptable 4.55 speed, and a springy 38-inch vertical. Lazard’s tape shows a wideout who lacks explosive traits and lives in traffic, but knows how to use his body in both the possession and downfield games. Known for being smart and a hard worker, Lazard has some poor man’s Vincent Jackson appeal.
Apr 28 - 8:13 PM

Jaguars signed Stanford DB Quenton Meeks.

Meeks (6’1/209) started all three years in the Cardinal secondary before turning pro, tallying seven career interceptions with two pick sixes and earning second-team All-Pac 12 as a 2017 junior. Meeks tested well in the pre-draft phase with a 4.54 forty, 39-inch vertical, and twitchy 6.72 three-cone time. Meeks showed enough vulnerability in the vertical passing game in college for a potential move to safety, but he could also play Cover-3 press corner.
Apr 28 - 7:25 PM

Jaguars selected Mississippi State P Logan Cooke with the No. 247 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft.

Cooke (6'5/237) isn't considered a particularly promising punting prospect. He'll challenge Brad Nortman, who was one of the league's worst punters last season, in camp.
Apr 28 - 6:33 PM

Jaguars selected Wisconsin LB Leon Jacobs with the No. 230 overall pick in the NFL draft.

Jacobs (6’1/246) shuttled between inside and outside linebacker, fullback, and special teams in Madison, settling in at outside ‘backer as a fifth-year senior and tallying 9.5 tackles for loss with 3.5 sacks. Jacobs was far from a dominant collegiate, but he turned heads with 78th-percentile athletic results in Indy, including a ridiculous 4.48 forty. Jacobs’ NFL ticket is going to be on special teams, but there may be opportunity for him to become more down the line.
Apr 28 - 5:57 PM

Jaguars selected Nebraska QB Tanner Lee with the No. 203 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft.

At 6-foot-4, 218 pounds, Lee looks the part stepping off the bus, but he did not look like a draftable prospect on the field. Lee completed just 53.6 percent of his passes with 23 touchdowns and 21 interceptions in two seasons at Tulane, and he was not much better his one season at Nebraska, completing 57.5 percent of his passes on his way to a 3,143/23/16 line. His ceiling is as a backup.
Apr 28 - 4:54 PM

Jaguars selected NC State OT Will Richardson with the No. 129 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft.

Richardson (6’6/306) turned pro as a redshirt junior after making 31 starts at right tackle for the Wolfpack and earning second-team All-ACC in 2017. PFF College credited Richardson with zero sacks allowed on 400 pass-blocking snaps as a senior. Athletic enough with 35th-percentile SPARQ results, Richardson also benefits from lengthy 35 ¼-inch arms. Richardson offers starting-caliber traits for a right tackle or guard, but he carries off-field issues (2017 suspension, 2015 DUI) and wasn’t quite as dominant as he should have been in college.
Apr 28 - 1:27 PM

Jaguars selected Alabama S Ronnie Harrison with the No. 93 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft.

Harrison (6’2/207) spent three years in Tuscaloosa, starting for two and contributing in all three with 31 pass breakups and seven interceptions. Harrison led the Crimson Tide in tackles as a 2017 junior (74), earning first-team All-SEC. He underwhelmed in pre-draft testing, however, managing a 4.63 forty and 34-inch vertical. Still, Harrison looks the part of an NFL strong safety or dime-package linebacker with the longest arms in this safety class (33 3/8"), a tone-setting playing style, and natural ball skills. He offers upside as a strong safety prospect.
Apr 27 - 10:38 PM

Jaguars selected LSU WR D.J. Chark with the No. 61 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft.

Chark (6’3/199) was a late bloomer in Baton Rouge, making only 15 college starts but erupting for a 40/874/3 receiving line as a senior with 21.9 yards per catch. Chark eviscerated the Combine with 96th-percentile SPARQ results and 4.34 speed. A vertical target in LSU’s perennially dysfunctional passing game, Chark gained over 65 percent of his senior-year yards on throws that traveled 20-plus yards in the air. Although raw as a route runner, Chark is dangerous with the ball in his hands, scoring four career rushing TDs and two kickoff-return TDs in 2017. His inconsistent hands and lackluster college production still concerns, Chark has drawn comparisons ranging from Chris Conley to Darrius Heyward-Bey.
Apr 27 - 9:06 PM


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