PHILADELPHIA - AUGUST 13: Head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars Jack Del Rio looks on from the sideline against the Philadelphia Eagles during their preseason game at Lincoln Financial Field on August 13 2010 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)
Each week, we're going to take a look at how the Jacksonville Jaguars rookies are performing and progressing.
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DT - Tyson Alualu
DNP - Alualu has a calf injury and did not play.
DT - D'Anthony Smith
DNP - Smith suffered an achilles injury and will be out for the entire season.
DE - Larry Hart
Hart finished with only two tackles, but he was able to get pressure on some plays. He was also pushed around quite a bit on running plays, but that was to be expected given his size.
DE - Austen Lane
DNP - Lane suffered a hamstring injury in camp and did not play.
RB - Deji Karim
2 carries, 9 yards
2 receptions, 5 yards
4 kick returns, average of 38.0 YPR with a long of 68 yards
Karim didn't do much running the football or catching out of the backfield, but he did show his explosiveness returning kicks.
CB - Scotty McGee
1 asst. tackle
2 punt returns with a long of 10 yards
3 kick returns, average of 34.0 YPR with a long of 46 yards
Like Karim, McGee showed why the Jacksonville Jaguars drafted him to be a kick returner. He didn't get many chances returning punts, which is his forte, but on kick returns he was decisive and explosive.
DT - Ko Quaye
Quaye looked adequate when he was in the game, but didn't quite show the power he'd show in training camp leading up to the game.
CB - Josh Gordy
I don't really remember Gordy doing anything. That is both good and bad for Gordy.
LB - Jacob Cutrera
1.0 asst. tackle
Cutrera got some playing time and had a sack, but he really didn't stand out much at all to me.
OT - Kevin Haslam
Haslam saw quite a bit of playing time at both right and left tackle. Despite struggling in training camp, Haslam had a very good first pre-season game.
C - John Estes
Like Haslam, Estes made the most of his extended playing time at center. He's made a lot of strides in training camp and was able to carry that onto the pre-season.
OT - Daniel Baldridge
Baldridge is a massive offensive tackle, but he's a project player. He struggled quite a bit.
RB - Chad Kackert
1 carry, 2 yards
Kackert didn't get a to of playing time, but he's a player I expect to see a lot of in the future pre-season. He flashed a lot in training camp.
TE - Mike Caussin
2 catches, 25 yards
Caussin made the most of his playing time, catching a great pass from Luke McCown while he was covered up. He made the tough catch for 15 yards.