No. 2 Jaguars veteran on the bubble ahead of the 2023 season: Tevaughn Campbell
You know the Jaguars have come a long way since they went 1-15 in 2020 when they have lots of starpower and depth at most positions. The downside of being so stacked is that they will have to let go a handful of players they would otherwise like to keep in 2023. That could be the case of cornerback Tevaughn Campbell.
An Ontario, Canada native, Campbell played five seasons in the CFL before signing with the New York Jets in August 2019. He was waived the following month and signed by the Los Angeles Chargers, where he spent the next three seasons.
Campbell was released several times last year before joining the Las Vegas Raiders in October. Not long after, he was poached by the Jacksonville midseason. He ended up appearing in five games and playing 31 snaps for the Jags.
Even though Campbell provided depth last year, he might have trouble making the 53-man roster. Heck, he's not even listed on the latest depth chart, which goes on to show how crowded the cornerback room is.
While the Jaguars could ultimately keep Campbell around, it's hard to see him getting the nod over sophomore Montaric Brown or fourth-year veteran Chris Claybrooks. If it comes to that, the team's brass is going to go with the player with the highest upside. Although Campbell surely has lots of gas in the tank, he might have already reached his ceiling, which is why it's hard to see him seize a roster spot.