The Jacksonville Jaguars depth chart for the preseason was released yesterday, giving us some insight into how the coaching staff views the player personnel so far this year.
"Three-technique defensive tackle, where Tyson Alualu and Ziggy Hood were listed as co-starters with Sen’Derrick Marks on the physically unable to perform list."
"It seems like Robinson isn’t the only versatile player in the Jaguars’ backfield, and using Gerhart‘s physicality and skill set in other places should give them a great support player to help the offense in any way it needs him.This isn’t to say he’s completely out of the RB race either."
"The first-choice right tackle for the Jaguars in 2014 was Austin Pasztor, and while Pasztor could hold his own, he wasn’t the ideal starter. With various tackles available in free agency, it seemed apparent that they would pick one up.To some, the signing of Parnell was a risk—maybe a mystery. Parnell backed up Doug Free and Tyron Smith on the Cowboys for years, and although he stepped in for Free in 2014 and did an incredible job, he wasn’t the most well-known option."
"“He’s really strong and he’s really physical,” Carroll said of Nowak. “He’s got a good feel for the game even though he’s been on the other side of the ball. He showed it to us last year when we went through the whole season and he was on practice squad and we moved him around. He played defense, he played offense, he was all over the place. We came to really appreciate his overall football knowledge and instincts, and it shows up immediately. I think most importantly right now he’s really stout at the point of attack and he’s really strong. It seems like it’s going to be an asset.”"
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