Blake Bortles - Obviously
Chade Henne - At least one more year with "Check Down Chad". Henne is a good enough back up and a strong presence in the QB Room.
Brandon Allen - Allen forced the Jaguars to keep a third QB based on everything they saw from him this summer, which included a stellar final performance of the preseason. This is the first time in the Gus Bradley era that the Jaguars will keep a third quarterback.
Chris Ivory - The 6 million dollar runner has done nothing but impress since he arrived in Duval.
T.J. Yeldon - Yeldon, like Ivory, has been really impressive. These two should be the Jaguars one two punch in the backfield for at least a couple of years.
Corey Grant - Grant is the fastest Jaguar and the best kick returner on the team. He's also shown a lot from the running back position this summer.
Denard Robinson - Robinson had a rough summer off the field, but on the field he has been solid. A guy you know can you get you 4 to 5 yards a carry.
Joe Banyard - A young runner that has really impressed the staff this summer, Banyard did just enough to steal Robinson's spot on the roster. He looks like a guy that could eventually carry the load for a few games if the other options are on the shelf.
Allen Robinson - No explanation needed.
Allen Hurns - " "
Rashad Greene - By far the Jaguars best punt returner and a developing slot receiver, Greene is a key piece to the future success of the Jaguars.
Marqise Lee - Lee could be the second most talented receiver on the team, but injuries have plagued his young career. Despite a rough first two years Lee looks like he is primed to have a break out 2016 campaign.
Bryan Walters - Too Small, too slow. Words commonly uttered when describing Walters. What those words fail to account for is Walters ability to seemingly catch everything thrown his way. Walters is as steady as they come.
Kelvin Beachum - The teams startling left tackle, the Jaguars hope he can regain his 2014 form.
Luke Joeckel - The transition to left guard hasn't exactly been an easy one for Joeckel, but he will start, so go ahead and mentally prepare yourself for that.
Brandon Linder - Linder is the team's best offensive lineman and he is playing the most important spot (center) on the interior of the line.
A.J. Cann - A 2015 3rd round pick by the Jaguars, Cann is big and mean. As the starting right guard he needs to develop into a mauling run blocker this year.
Jermey Parnell - An aging right tackle, Parnell is the teams starter on the right side and will be serviceable at the least.
Josh Wells - One of the team's best back up tackles, Wells has starting experience and needs to get healthy . . . ASAP
Tyler Shatley - A young offensive lineman that the Jaguars have been high on for a while. He can fill in at multiple positions along the line.
Chris Reed - Another young lineman that the Jaguars have a clear affection for, Reed is potentially a really strong back up.
Patrick Omameh - The Jaguars elect to keep some veteran tackle depth with Omameh.
Jared Odrick - The Jaguars starting big end recorded 5 sacks in 2015 and effectively played the run. Odrick isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
Malik Jackson - The team's best defensive lineman and starting 3 technique must be a leader for the Jaguars to succeed on defense in 2016.
Roy Miller - The Jaguars best run stuffing defensive tackle and a true team leader, Miller is the model of consistency at defensive tackle.
Sen'Derrick Marks - Marks looks to have regained at least some of his 2014 form and could wreak havoc alongside Malik Jackson in clear passing situations.
Dante Fowler Jr. - Fowler is the future at the LEO for the Jaguars, but they need him to also be the present; it's not clear yet whether or not he's ready to take on that task.
Yannick Ngakoue - Ngakoue has been more impressive this preseason than Fowler, who will likely see more playing time than Ngakoue, but Ngakoue will be heavily featured in clear passing situations.
Sheldon Day - Day could be the heir apparent to Sen'Derrick Marks as the team's second three technique.
Abry Jones - Jones is the Jaguars second best run stuffer up front and a valuable role player for this defensive line.
Tyson Alualu - Every year Tyson Alualu is seemingly on the roster bubble and every year he makes the team. He can play all along the defensive front and brings big effort on every play. He's a valuable reserve for this group.
Chris Smith - Chris Smith is the Jaguars third LEO and a guy that needs to step up and make some impact plays in clear passing situations in 2016. Will he though? . . . . .
Telvin Smith - Smith is a dynamo, when he isn't overreacting and getting out of position. He'll be the Jaguars weak side linebacker in 2016.
Paul Posluszny - The Poz is the Jaguars starting middle linebacker for now. This could be his last year as a starter for the Jags.
Myles Jack - Jack is by far the Jaguars most talented linebacker, but for now he is still a backup at middle linebacker and weak side linebacker. The Jaguars need to find ways to get him on the field in 2016.
Dan Skuta - Skuta had an underwhelming and injury riddled first year with the Jags, but this year he'll have the opportunity to rush the passer more and could be in for an impressive season at OTTO/LOTTO/LEO
Hayes Pullard - Pullard had a dynamite summer and showed a lot of versatility. He'll be a primary back up at middle and weak side linebacker.
Davon House - House is the team's number one cornerback and he'll be asked to cover some really good wide receivers in 2016. House will be up to the task ... most of the time.
Prince Amukamara - Prince had one hell of a training camp and earned himself a spot on the roster. He would be a lock to start on many other teams.
Jalen Ramsey - Ramsey is the present and the future. He'll be asked to do a lot for the Jaguars as an outside corner and at the nickel spot.
Aaron Colvin (suspended) - The Jaguars best nickel corner will be out for the first four games of 2016. Won't count as part of 53 until he returns from suspension.
Dwayne Gratz - Gratz made the roster so he could play nickel while Colvin is suspended. If he does well in Colvin's stead he might stick around after week 4.
Josh Johnson - Johnson had a standout training camp and preseason, recording two interceptions (one was a pic six) in 4 preseason games. Johnson lacks the ideal size for the Jaguars scheme, but his penchant for finding the ball is intriguing.
Tashaun Gipson - Perhaps the Jaguars best offseason pickup, Gipson will lead the secondary.
John Cyprien - The embattled fourth year safety needs to prove that the presence of a quality free safety next to him will transform him into a quality strong safety. The jury is still out.
Jarrod Wilson - Wilson is an impressive undrafted free agent and packs a punch when he arrives at the ball. His impressive size and versatility earn him a roster spot.
Peyton Thompson - A guy who shows flashes and looks the part, Thompson will be the second string free safety.
Jason Myers - Myers will be the Jaguars kicker in 2016 [rolls eyes] for better or for worse. He did well on field goals in 2015 (he went 26/30), but the extra points and psyche of this young kicker are major question marks for a team looking to compete for a division title.
Brad Nortman - A revelation at punter for the Jaguars, Nortman has a huge leg and will put it to good use in 2016.
Carson Tinker - The best (and coolest) long snapper in the game sticks around for another season in Duval.
A couple of noteable IR players are Luke Bowanko and Michael Bennett.
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