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Jacksonville Jaguars Schedule

Jacksonville Jaguars

A relatively young team, the Jacksonville Jaguars joined the NFL as expansion teams in 1995. In their inaugural season, the Jaguars broke the record for most wins by an expansion team with a record of 7-9. Their second season, 1996, also proved to be a success as they clinched the 5th seed in the AFC playoffs after beating the Indianapolis Colts. The following season ended strong for the Jaguars as well, with a record of 11-5 and made it to the playoffs again for the second year in a row.

In December 1998, the Jaguars won the AFC Central Division and as a result became the first NFL expansion team to make the playoffs three times in its first four seasons of play. The 2004 season, celebrated as the 10th season of the Jaguars franchise, resulted in a winning record of 9-7 with road victories against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field as well as the Indianapolis Colts at the RCA Dome. The Jaguars finished 2005 with a 12-4 record, which was the second best finish in team history. They qualified for one of the conference's two wild card playoff spots. In 2006, the Jaguars were once again considered play off contenders but injuries continued to plague the team. Reggie Hayward, Greg Jones, Donovin Darius, Byron Leftwich, and Mike Peterson all suffered season-ending injuries and Matt Jones, Marcus Stroud, Paul Spicer, and Fred Taylor also faced injuries during the season. The team started off 2-0, but then lost its next two games. The Jaguars missed the playoffs with an 8-8 record, but there were some positive changes. The Jaguars' second round draft pick, Maurice Jones-Drew, was one of the most surprising rookie sensations and he averaged 5.7 yards a carry, the highest in the league, and tied for 3rd in the NFL with 16 touchdowns.

Because the Jaguars received the first-round pick for the 2007 season, the drafted Reggie Nelson, after passing on Brady Quinn. By picking Nelson they filled a gap created by the departure of free safety Deon Grant. The Jaguars also released longtime strong safety Donovin Darius, who had been suffering injuries. Another change was when the long time back-up quarterback David Garrard became a starter for the team. Garrard led the Jaguars to an 11-5 record and then the playoffs. On January 5, 2008, the Jaguars defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers to win their first playoff game in 8 years. However, the Jaguars fell to the then undefeated New England Patriots.

The current roster for the 2008 Jacksonville Jaguars is as follows :


4 Todd Bouman
9 David Garrard
17 Cleo Lemon


Running Backs

37 Lavarus Giles
33 Greg Jones FB
32 Maurice Jones-Drew KR
24 Montell Owens FB
28 Fred Taylor
34 Chauncey Washington


Wide Receivers

15 John Broussard
16 Clyde Edwards
19 Jeron Harvey
13 Ryan Hoag
18 Matt Jones
86 Dennis Northcutt PR
81 Mike Walker
11 Reggie Williams
84 Troy Williamson
14 D'Juan Woods


Tight Ends

85 Richard Angulo
45 Chris Brown
46 Charles Davis
83 Greg Estandia
89 Marcedes Lewis
47 Isaac Smolko


Offensive Linemen

69 Khalif Barnes T
75 Andrew Carnahan T
76 Richard Collier T
72 Leander Jordan T
68 Chris Liwienski G
67 Vince Manuwai G
63 Brad Meester C
61 Drew Miller C
62 Dennis Norman C/G
77 Uche Nwaneri G
78 Tutan Reyes G
79 Tony Pashos T
74 Maurice Williams T


Defensive Linemen

64 Alex Boston DE
70 Mkristo Bruce DE
93 Quentin Groves DE
97 Reggie Hayward DE
98 John Henderson DT
73 Jimmy Kennedy DT
66 Derek Landri DT
60 Jesse Mahelona DT
96 Tony McDaniel DT
92 Rob Meier DT/DE
99 Bo Schobel DE
95 Paul Spicer DE



56 Justin Durant OLB
50 Tony Gilbert ILB
57 Brent Hawkins OLB/DE
51 Clint Ingram OLB
59 Brian Iwuh ILB
58 Lamar Myles LB
54 Mike Peterson ILB
55 Kenny Pettway OLB/DE
52 Daryl Smith OLB
53 Thomas Williams ILB


Defensive Backs

21 Drayton Florence CB
23 Jamaal Fudge FS
36 Isaiah Gardner CB
26 Michael Grant CB
27 Rashean Mathis CB
39 Rashod Moulton CB/S
25 Reggie Nelson FS
20 Pierson Prioleau SS
43 Gerald Sensabaugh SS
31 Scott Starks CB
29 Brian Williams SS/CB
22 Trae Williams CB
38 Brian Witherspoon CB


Special Teams

3 Adam Podlesh P
10 Josh Scobee K
88 Joe Zelenka LS/TE

Reserve Lists

44 Anthony Cotrone FB (IR)
99 Theo Horrocks DT (IR)
94 Jeremy Mincey DE (Active/PUP)
60 Tywain Myles DT (IR)
42 Chad Nkang SS (Active/NF-Inj.)
80 Jerry Porter WR (Active/PUP)
87 George Wrighster TE (Active/PUP)
90 James Wyche DE (Waived/Injured)


Unsigned Draft Picks

91 Derrick Harvey DE


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