Jaguars 53-man roster projection following the 2024 NFL Draft

• Here's a look at how the Jaguars' roster could look come Week 1 of 2024
Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence (16) celebrates with Jacksonville Jaguars guard
Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence (16) celebrates with Jacksonville Jaguars guard / Bob Self/Florida Times-Union / USA TODAY
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Jaguars projected offense after the 2024 NFL Draft Part II

Running backs (4): Travis Etienne, Tank Bigsby, D'Ernest Johnson, Keilan Robinson

The Jaguars will put a renewed emphasis on the running game in 2024, so they'll want to have depth at the position. Travis Etienne will get the biggest workload of the bunch, but Tank Bigsby is expected to have a bigger role in Year 2. D'Ernest Johnson stepped up when called upon while Keilan Robinson will mostly contribute on special teams. Having said that, don't be surprised if he gets a few carries every now and then.

Wide receiver (6): Gabe Davis, Christian Kirk, Brian Thomas Jr., Devin Duvernay, Jarvis Landry, and Tim Jones

The Jaguars wide receiver corps got a makeover in the offseason. Gone are Calvin Ridley and Zay Jones. In are Gabe Davis, Devin Duvernay, and rookie Brian Thomas Jr. There will be some carryover from last year, as Christian Kirk is returning for his third season in Jacksonville.

Last season, the Jaguars chose to keep seven receivers into the regular season, but it's hard to see them carry as many in 2024. Four spots seem to be already earmarked. It will be interesting to see who else makes the cut. Perhaps overachiever Tim Jones will find a way to stay. On the other hand, veteran Jarvis Landry, who'll be attending rookie minicamp, could make a positive impression and get the nod.

Tight ends (3): Evan Engram, Luke Farrell, Brenton Strange

Keeping four running backs means Jacksonville will have to carry one fewer player at a different position. In this case, it will be the tight end room. Evan Engram remains the starter but Brenton Strange could see an uptick in playing time if he shows improvement into training camp and the preseason. If he doesn't, Luke Farrell will then be TE 2.

Farrell is mostly used as a blocker but can also function as a pass catcher if needed. If any of the Jaguars' tight ends miss time, the Jaguars can promote Josh Pederson off the practice squad.

Offensive line (9): Cam Robinson, Ezra Cleveland, Mitch Morse, Brandon Scherff, Anton Harrison, Javon Foster, Walker Little, Luke Fortner, and Cooper Hodges

If the Jaguars keep Cam Robinson and Walker Little, they could have a logjam at offensive tackle. Then again, that wouldn't be the worst thing in the world. Rookie Javon Foster will make the team by virtue of being a fourth-round pick and the coaching staff will groom him as their potential swing tackle of the future.

Inside, the biggest acquisition was Mitch Morse, who'll replace incumbent Luke Fortner at center. Ezra Cleveland and Brandon Scherff are back at guard. Cooper Hodges should be a strong candidate to be the top backup in the interior after flashing in training camp last year.