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Jaguars vs. Panthers: Week 1 depth chart has T.J. Yeldon as starter

The Jaguars have released a depth chart before their regular season game on Sunday against the Panthers, and T.J. Yeldon is the starting running back.

Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

The Jaguars have released their first official depth chart of the season leading up to their regular season opener against the Carolina Panthers.

The biggest things that stand out are T.J. Yeldon taking the top running back spot away from Denard Robinson. The coaching staff wanted Yeldon to be the starter all along and although Denard had far more reps in the preseason, they're giving it to Yeldon.

Also, Aaron Colvin is the starting cornerback opposite Davon House, with Demetrius McCray at No. 3. Thurston Armbrister is also the backup utility linebacker at middle and OTTO.

Jaguars offense

Position Players
QB Blake Bortles, Chad Henne
RB T.J. Yeldon, Denard Robinson, Toby Gerhart, Bernard Pierce, Corey Grant
WR1 Allen Robinson, Rashad Greene, Bryan Walters
WR2 Allen Hurns, Marqise Lee, Bryan Walters
TE1 Julius Thomas, Clay Habor, Nic Jacobs
TE2 Marcedes Lewis, Nic Jacobs
LT Luke Joeckel, Sam Young
LG Zane Beadles, A.J. Cann, Luke Bowanko
C Stefen Wisnkiewski, Luke Bowanko, Tyler Shatley
RG Brandon Linder, Tyler Shatley, Luke Bowanko
RT Jermey Parnell, Jermey Parnell

Jaguars defense

Position Players
LEO Andre Branch, Chris Clemons, Chris Smith, Ryan Davis
DT1 Sen'Derrick Marks, Tyson Alualu, Michael Bennett
DT2 Roy Miller, Abry Jones, Jared Odrick
DE Jared Odrick, Tyson Alualu
OLB Telvin Smith, John Lotulelei, LaRoy Reynolds
MLB Paul Posluszny, Thurston Armbrister
OTTO Dan Skuta, Thurston Armbrister
CB1 Davon House, Dwayne Gratz, Nick Marshall
CB2 Aaron Colvin, Demetrius McCray, Nick Marshall
FS Sergio Brown, James Sample
SS Johnathan Cyprien, Josh Evans

Jaguars special teams

Position Players
K Jason Myers
P Bryan Anger
LS Carson Tinker
PH Bryan Anger
KR Corey Grant, Denard Robinson, Nick Marshall, Rashad Greene
PR Rashad Greene, Bryan Walters, Nick Marshall, Corey Grant

What do you think of the first unofficial depth chart? Any surprises?