The Jacksonville Jaguars canceled the last OTA practice and excused most veterans from participating in mandatory minicamp because they were pleased with the progress they made in the offseason. This opened the door for a handful of players to make a positive impression.
Although some players managed to take advantage, there are a handful that saw their stock drop ahead of training camp, including the next four.
No. 4 Jaguars faller ahead of training camp: Tevaughn Campbell, CB
The Jaguars have done a good job of replenishing their cornerback room over the last few months. After using a pair of draft picks on Gregory Junior and Montaric Brown last year, they selected Christian Braswell in Round 6 this past April. On top of that, the coaching staff has given reps in the slot to fifth-round pick Antonio Johnson.
Due to the amount of youth the Jags have at cornerback, veteran Tevaugh Campbell might have a hard time making the 53-man roster next season. A Canada native, Campbell played in the CFL for four years before getting a shot in the NFL.
Campbell signed a reserve contract with the New York Jets in 2019 and joined the Los Angeles Chargers later that year. He was waived in 2022 and spent time with the Las Vegas Raiders before getting scooped by the Jags.
Campbell ended up playing just 31 snaps for the Jags last year. While he provides veteran depth at cornerback, Johnson and Braswell offer more upside.