FB: Greg Jones, Montell Owens
RG: Uche Nwaneri
NT: Terrance Knighton, Legar Douzable
OLB: Clint Session
SS: Courtney Greene
K: Josh Scobee
P: Matt Turk
LS: Jermey Cain
Brock Bolen FB
Jamar Newsome WR
Tommy Galarda TE
Wade Grayson OG
Aaron Morgan DE
Michael Lockley MLB
Scott Lutrus OLB
OK, lets take a look at this roster.
The QBs are simple and obvious, JDR even said the three were gunan be there opening day.
At RB, the first 3 are obvious, but Dujuan Harris makes the roster. It came down to Bolen or Harris, who's more talented, and who's a bigger threat. Harris is. I also figure that the Jaguars can use Dujuan Harris as a swingback between RB and WR. What the Patriots/Jets did with Danny Woodhead. Same size, same weight. Woodhead is a fifth of a second faster, got same burst and quickness. Woddhead gets out of his cuts faster, but Harris is stronger and can jump higer. It could work, and him being a multi-threat weapon helps.
At FB, Jones is great, Owens is ok, but mostly special teamer, and Bolen doesn't make the roster, makes the practice squad though.
At TE, Haynos got cut, I was surprised, must have been that nice grab Potter had last night. Potter is developing more into a receiving tight end, but is still a blocking tight end. Gallarda makes Practice Squad to be developed.
At WR, all players we expected to make the roster, no 6th WR, because Harris is a swingback, and we needed to fill other positions, Newsome made the practice squad.
At OL, Jags went with a lot of depth, Wade Grayson makes P.S.
At DE, Morgan is a late cut, but it's because he is still eligible for P.S, and Hart isn't. Will be on final roster by end of season, and the rest of the DEs are obvious.
At DT, Knighton and Alualu are locks, D'Anthony is coming back from injury, Nate Collins had a solid pre-season and makes the roster. Douzable is reusable, so he makes the roster.
At LB, we only keep 5, because Allen is versatile, and Bosworth is pretty good.
At CB: All obvious, but Wheatley makes the roster, he has had a solid pre-season. Rutland makes P.S. due to special teams ability, and hopefully he can develop into a dime-back.
At S, Jags keep the obvious Landry, Greene, Prosinski, and Issac. If Greene goes down Landry will slide over, but Landry and Prosinski can both play SS, and Issac is physical enough for it, but he's undersized.
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