5 Jaguars who could be entering his last season with the team in 2024

• These 5 players have been valuable contributors for the Jaguars in the past but may not return in 2025.
Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Tyson Campbell (32) breaks up a pass on Indianapolis Colts running
Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Tyson Campbell (32) breaks up a pass on Indianapolis Colts running / Corey Perrine/Florida Times-Union / USA
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The Jacksonville Jaguars have experienced significant turnover since the end of 2023. This a good thing when you take into account that they've addressed several needs and made upgrades across the roster. That said, more meaningful chances could come in the upcoming months and next year.

The Jags currently have around $34 million in space after releasing wide receiver Zay Jones. Even if they re-sign Trevor Lawrence and Andre Cisco, they'll probably have ample money to make a big signing or two in free agency.

Add the fact that the front office already acquired a pair of mid-round picks in next year's draft, and they'll need to create room for the newcomers. This means the following five players might not return in 2025.

Tyler Shatley could be entering his last season with the Jaguars

Offensive guard Tyler Shatley may have a chance to continue his streak of consecutive games played for the Jaguars. While he won't probably catch up with Brad Meester, he's appeared in 140 straight contests (and 145 in total) since landing in Jacksonville as an undrafted free agent in 2014.

Shatley signed a two-year deal to remain with the Jags in 2022. He became a free agent earlier this year but was brought back a few days before the draft. The former Clemson Tiger has made 51 career starts and 36 of them have come the past four seasons, so it's fair to say that he's been a valuable depth piece. On the other hand, he wasn't great when he was on the field in 2023, so the team's brass probably re-signed him as insurance.

Shatley has become a fan favorite and deserves praise for being their longest-tenured player. However, the Jaguars are also aware that they could use upgrades on the interior offensive line.

Cooper Hodges and Steven Jones could compete with Shatley in training camp and if either one shows upside, Jacksonville may decide to move on from Shatley before the season starts. But if he fends off his younger counterparts, he won't probably return in 2025.