Kendric Pryor, WR
Jacksonville has done wonders with its wide receiving core over the last couple of years. Last year, the Christian Kirk signing caught many by surprise when the Jaguars paid him far more handsomely than anyone had anticipated a team to pay the veteran. But, Kirk put up a strong season finishing over 1,100 yards and eight receiving touchdowns.
Fans are excited to see Calvin Ridley make his Jags debut, too, after serving his suspension and being traded out of Atlanta. Ridley is going to be the clear number one in this offense, but that will allow Kirk and others to find more freedom and make plays of their own.
Veteran Zay Jones figures to start as the third option behind Kirk and Ridley. Last year, Jones had a strong season for Jacksonville, too, finishing with 823 receiving yards and five scores.
Behind those three, there are another nine receivers, with one of the very last being veteran Kendric Pryor, whom the Jags signed off waivers last August. Pryor might have a shot at the practice squad, but it's unlikely, with so many guys ahead of him. As someone who has yet to see any NFL action, Pryor will likely have to continue to wait until he's able to surpass that milestone.