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: Cecil Shorts III (2011-2014)
For as much crap as Shorts gets, he's the third-leading receiver in Jaguars history and finished his career with a 13.3 yards-per-reception average. His rookie season was a train wreck, but when he was healthy he gave the Jaguars a receiving threat. Without Justin Blackmon on the field, Shorts had to do more than he probably should have, but even when he was running routes alongside the likes of Ace Robinson and Mike Robinson, he still found ways to get open. He caught flack for drops and his targets-to-receptions ratio, but when you look at other top receivers during his time in Jacksonville, he's not that far off from where they finished.
Who wears it now: Tony Washington (2014-Present)
An undrafted member of last year's practice squad, Washington faces an uphill battle with Allen Robinson, Marqise Lee, Allen Hurns, and Rashad Jennings occupying the top four spots among the receiving corps.