In two decades, the Jacksonville Jaguars have had some great players come through this franchise.
In the spirit of counting things down (and biding our time) until the regular season starts on September 13th, we're taking a jersey-by-jersey look at who wore each of the 99 numbers available best for the Jaguars.
Who wore it best: Chris Clemons (2014-Present)
The former undrafted free agent started his career with the injuries, practice squads, and even the 2006 season out of football before catching on with the Oakland Raiders and compiling an eight-sack season. He struggled with the Philadelphia Eagles before excelling in the Seattle Seahawks system, amassing 38 sacks in four years. The Jaguars signed him in 2014, reuniting him with Gus Bradley, and he was a competent pass rushers, collecting eight sacks and forcing four fumbles last year. His one season with the Jaguars doesn't surpass second-best Seth Payne's, but Clemons' total career certainly does. I'd also imagine that another year in Jacksonville will help him surpass Payne's 8.5 total sacks with the Jaguars.
Who wears it now: Chris Clemons (2014-Present)
That's right. We've got the first player on the all-time jerseys list who is a current player.