4 Jacksonville Jaguars who won’t make the 53-man roster in 2024

• You won't see these 4 players on the Jaguars roster come Week 1.

Aug 12, 2023; Arlington, Texas, USA;  Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Yasir Abdullah (56) on the
Aug 12, 2023; Arlington, Texas, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Yasir Abdullah (56) on the / Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports
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The Jacksonville Jaguars come out of free agency with a promising haul. They should continue loading up on playmakers and depth in the NFL Draft. This bodes well for his chances of competing for the AFC South title next season. The downside of racking up talent is that not everyone who was on the roster last year will return in 2024.

After all, rosters have a limited amount of spots, so the Jags, like any other team, will have to make some tough decisions come Week 1. This begs the question, who'll be left out on cutdown day? These four players come to mind.

4. Tevaugh Campbell, cornerback

Needing depth at cornerback in 2022, the Jaguars signed Tevaughn Campbell off the Las Vegas Raiders' practice squad midseason. An Ontario, Canada native, Campbell spent four seasons in the CFL before getting a chance in the NFL with the New York Jets in 2019.

However, Campbell wasn't able to cut it and was waived by the Jets before the start of the 2019 season. He was promptly picked up by the Los Angeles Chargers, where he played the next three years. He was let go before the 2022 season and was claimed by the Raiders.

Back in 2022, Campbell played 31 defensive snaps for the Jaguars. He competed for a roster spot last offseason but came up short. He landed in the Jacksonville practice squad and was elevated to the active roster three times throughout the season. However, he only appeared in one defensive snap and may have a harder time making the cut in 2024.

Even though Darious Williams is gone, the Jags brought in Ronald Darby in free agency. Moreover, Gregory Junior and Montaric Brown are younger than Campbell, so they may have a slight edge over him. If that wasn't enough, the team's brass is expected to take a cornerback early in the draft, so there's a strong chance Campbell will be a victim of the numbers game come Week 1.