Jaguars post-offseason workouts 53-man roster projection: Offense
The Jaguars' offense will undergo a few albeit important changes in 2023. Right tackle Jawaan Taylor walked in free agency and signed a four-year deal worth $80 million with the Kansas City Chiefs. To replace him, the Jaguars drafted Anton Harrison, who mostly lined up at left tackle at Oklahoma but has the skill set to switch sides. Also, Walker Little will take Cam Robinson's stop at left tackle while he serves a multi-game suspension for PED violations.
Tight end Evan Engram is back for at least one more season after getting the franchise tag. He put up career numbers in 2022 but couldn't strike a long-term deal with the Jags, so he'll play the 2023 season on the tender. Whether the former Ole Miss Rebel leaves next year, the team's brass fortified their tight end room. Besides drafting Brenton Strange, they signed the intriguing Sammis Reyes.
But the Jaguars' biggest addition on offense was without a doubt Calvin Ridley. They acquired him last year before the trade deadline but he was serving an indefinite suspension for betting on football games so he couldn't join the team. Reinstated back in March and ready to reclaim his place as one of the best receivers in the league, the Alabama product will give Trevor Lawrence yet another weapon.
Quarterbacks (2): Trevor Lawrence, C.J. Beathard
Running backs (4): Travis Etienne, JaMycal Hasty, Tank Bigsby, D'Ernest Johnson
Wide receivers (5): Calvin Ridley, Zay Jones, Christian Kirk, Parker Washington, Jamal Agnew
Tight ends (4): Evan Engram, Luke Farrell, Brenton Strange, Sammis Reyes
Offensive linemen (8): Walker Little, Cam Robinson, Ben Bartch, Luke Fortner, Tyler Shatley, Brandon Scherff, Anton Harrison, Cole Van Lanen
Also, while Robinson serves his suspension he won't count against the 53-roster, veteran Josh Wells could potentially take his spot.