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Jacksonville Jaguars Roster

AFC South
Stadium
TIAA Bank Field
Head Coach
Doug Marrone
Offensive Coordinator
Jay Gruden
Defensive Coordinator
Todd Wash
Special Teams Coach
Joe DeCamillis
Defensive Scheme
4-3
Team News
Gardner Minshew II Impressing During Virtual Program

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew II has impressed new offensive coordinator Jay Gruden with his work during the virtual offseason program. Gruden likes how Minshew has taken charge and seems to have a good grasp of the offense. "He has shown a skill set where he can sit in a pocket, step up, make things happen outside the pocket. He's accurate, he's tough and obviously he's a great leader, so he's got the intangibles you want in a quarterback," Gruden said. The sixth-round pick went 6-6 as a starter in his rookie season and had the highest passer rating and fewest interceptions among rookie QBs in 2019. The 24-year-old took the league by storm last year out of nowhere and has the ability to make things happen outside the pocket and with his legs, as he rushed for 344 yards in 2019. All things considered, though, Minshew is a low-end QB2 that will likely see more inconsistency in his second season.

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Jay Gruden Trying To Mesh With Gardner Minshew II

Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Jay Gruden said that it's his job "to make it mesh" with quarterback Gardner Minshew II. "I love Gardner's competitive spirit. Now it's just a matter of him getting some general knowledge of our offense and me figuring out what he likes, what he doesn't like, what makes him tick and go from there," Gruden said. In Gruden's last season as an offensive coordinator with Cincinnati in 2013, Andy Dalton had a career-high 33 touchdowns and career-high 4,293 yards. Minshew is set to be the team's starter heading into 2020, even if they sign a veteran QB before the season. The sixth-round pick a year ago showed toughness and mobility outside the pocket, but the ceiling isn't high and he remains in a run-first offense. Draft him as a midrange QB2, at best.

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Jay Gruden Excited About Using D.J. Chark Jr.

Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Jay Gruden said he can do more with wide receiver D.J. Chark Jr.'s size, speed and ability to get out of breaks in his routes. Gruden will move Chark around some in the slot and called the third-year receiver an excellent physical specimen. Chark is making an impression on his new offensive coordinator and wants to be great. The 23-year-old had a Pro Bowl season in 2019, catching 73 passes for 1,008 yards and eight touchdowns in his second season. There is plenty of upside with Chark with a new coordinator, but expect more inconsistent production in a run-first offense with one of the weakest starting QBs in the league. If everything goes his way, Chark could be a solid WR2, but fantasy owners are better off taking him as a WR3.

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Will Richardson Moving To Left Tackle

Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone said that offensive tackle Will Richardson is moving to left tackle full time, with rookie Ben Bartch slotting in at right guard. Bartch was a fourth-round pick in this year's draft, but he should start immediately on Jacksonville's offensive line. Cam Robinson is the team's starting blind-side protector for quarterback Gardner Minshew, but Richardson will serve as a swing tackle. It's best for Minshew and the entire offense if Richardson is in a swing role instead of a starting role.

13 days ago
Jaguars Sign Mike Glennon

The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed a veteran quarterback, adding Mike Glennon to the team's roster. The 30-year-old passer hasn't started a game since 2017, when he threw for 833 yards, four touchdowns, and five interceptions for the Bears. Glennon isn't a threat to take playing time away from Gardner Minshew II even if Minshew struggles, so the fantasy relevance of this signing has much less to do with Glennon -- who wouldn't be worth a roster spot in one-QB leagues even if he was pressed into the starting lineup -- and more to do with some modicum of trust the team has in Minshew, who gets a slight boost to his value in redraft leagues since he won't have someone like Cam Newton behind him. Minshew is a mid-to-low end fantasy QB2.

20 days ago