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Who is on your Jaguars Mt. Rushmore?

Who would you pick?


There have been a series of posts running on asking who would be in which team's "Mt. Rushmore" of players in their history. Unlike most teams, the Jaguars only have a short history to work with in selecting players, so who would you choose to go up on the mountain?

Here are my choices:

Tony Boselli - Still arguably the best player to ever play for the Jaguars and he's still an advocate for the team and involved in the Jacksonville community.

Fred Taylor - One of the most under appreciate players in the history of the NFL because of a stupid nickname given to him by the local media, but was a true beast on the field in every sense of the word.

Jimmy Smith - Off the field troubles aside, Smith was an electric football player for the Jaguars for nearly a decade. Smith logged over 1,000 yards in nine of his eleven seasons with the Jaguars and will likely hold all of the franchise's receiving records for a long time.

Wayne Weaver - The issues with the team late in his ownership aside, Weaver is still the man who brought the NFL to Jacksonville.

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