The Jaguars saw a former offensive line mainstay find a new team yesterday, when Uche Nwaneri confirmed that he had reached an agreement to join the Cowboys. Jacksonville also finalized a signing of its own, however, announcing that second-round wideout Allen Robinson had inked his rookie deal. Eight of nine Jags draftees are now under contract, with only fellow second-round receiver Marqise Lee still unsigned. As we wait for Lee to make it official with his new NFL club, let’s check in on a few links from out of Jacksonville….
- Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union projects what the Jaguars‘ 53-man roster will look like. Jacksonville has some interesting battles brewing, including at tight end, wide receiver, and in the secondary, and O’Halloran places his bets for all of them.
- Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com looks at cornerback Mike Harris as he tries to make the Jaguars‘ roster. After Alan Ball (86 games) and Will Blackmon (58 games), no Jaguars cornerback has appeared in more career games than Harris (31). Still, the Florida State product isn’t the kind of long and physical corner that coach Gus Bradley prefers.
- Sen’Derrick Marks‘ contract with the Jaguars currently ranks as the most team-friendly deal on the roster, in the estimation of Jason Fitzgerald of Over The Cap. On the other end of the spectrum, tight end Marcedes Lewis repeats as Fitzgerald’s pick for the worst contract on Jacksonville’s roster.
Zach Links contributed to this post.