We've gone by each level and position group of the defensive side of the ball so we get to move to the Jacksonville Jaguars offense, which has a lot more "known" than the defensive side of the football. The Jaguars offense set some franchise records last year and even produced their first Pro Bowl wide receiver in Allen Robinson and saw some players like Rashad Greene flash big play potential.
Returning player(s): Allen Robinson, Allen Hurns, Marqise Lee, Rashad Greene, Bryan Walters, Arrelious Benn, Neal Sterling, Shaq Evans, Rashad Lawrence, Rasheed Bailey
New player(s): Jamal Robinson
Outgoing player(s): N/A
Bubble player(s): Bryan Walters, Arrelious Benn, Neal Sterling, Shaq Evans, Rashad Lawrence, Rasheed Bailey
We know the top four wide receivers on the roster and at this point it's silly to consider A. Robinson, Hurns, Greene and Lee anything other than locks. They'll all make the team, they'll all be active on game day and they'll all get plenty of playing time and be the main threats at the receiver position.
The real interesting part of the receiver position comes deeper on the depth chart and if the team decides on keeping five or six receivers.
Personally, I think the team keeps five receivers and I think Neal Sterling gets the final spot. He's a big body and can play special teams (coverage), offering something a bit different than the rest of the four players ahead of him. I know a lot of people are going to disagree with that thought, but when you're fleshing out the back end of the roster you have to consider things like kick coverage, etc.
The person most people seem to think is going to stick on the roster is Bryan Walters, but I don't think he has much use anymore. He's redundant to Rashad Greene, but not as good. Both are slot receivers and both return punts, but Greene is significantly better at both than Walters. Not to mention, when Greene was back healthy in 2015, Walters was inactive/didn't play. He's simply just a guy and if they're keeping a JAG as the fifth receiver, I think they're going to keep someone who offers something different both as a body and on special teams.
Now, if the team keeps six receivers there's a chance someone like Walters or Benn make the roster. I think Benn would have made it last season had he not gotten injured, but with A. Robinson and Hurns being so consistent, I think it will be a little more difficult for him to get into the rotation.
The preseason will be fun to watch at the receiver position, because it's going to be a battle for that final one or two spots on the depth chart. I think though, in reality, it's going to come down to one of Walters, Sterling or Benn and my bet is on Sterling.