5 Jaguars players who won't be back in 2024 after falling short of the playoffs

• The Jaguars came crashing down vs. the Titans

• They'll turn their attention to the offseason now

• Here are 5 players who won't return in 2024

Jacksonville Jaguars offensive tackle Cam Robinson (74) walks off the field after being ejected for
Jacksonville Jaguars offensive tackle Cam Robinson (74) walks off the field after being ejected for / Corey Perrine/Florida Times-Unio / USA
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4. Jamal Agnew, return specialist

Jamal Agnew joined the Jaguars in 2021 and had an impact right off the bat, returning a kickoff and a missed field goal for touchdowns in consecutive weeks. He also got an extended role on offense due to the lack of weapons the team had in place. His 66-yard touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts was one of the team's bright spots of the 2021 season.

Heck, you could even argue that Agnew was responsible for nearly the Jaguars' offensive highlights in what was an otherwise dreadful 2021 season. However, the former San Diego Torero saw a decreased workload when the Jags signed Christian Kirk and Zay Jones the following year. He still managed to make plays when called upon though, hauling in 23 catches for 187 yards with three receiving touchdowns in 2022.

Angew entered a contract year in 2023. Although he once again had an impact in the return game, he was hindered by injuries. He landed on Injured Reserve after suffering rib and shoulder injuries in the loss to the San Francisco 49ers. He returned in Week 15 but once again got hurt three games later. This time, he suffered a leg injury in the win over the Carolina Panthers after reeling in a 48-yard pass, effectively putting an end to his season.

All things considered, there's no doubt Agnew gave the return game a boost during his three-year stint in Jacksonville. However, the Jaguars may have a hard time bringing him back due to all the needs they need to address in the offseason. They could try to re-sign him at a lower rate but Agnew might want to test the market and look for potential suitors that will shell out the most money for his services.