Who's in the Jacksonville Jaguars Ring of Honor?

  • Current members
  • Current players who will likely be in soon
  • Wild card names to watch
Jacksonville Jaguars, Fred Taylor
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Having only been around since 1995, the Jacksonville Jaguars haven't exactly been the creme of the crop. But, the organization has still produced some talented names over their short history.

Most teams have something such as a 'Ring of Honor' which encapsulates all of the more recognizable and accomplished individuals in franchise history, and the Jaguars are no different, other than what they call it.

Who are considered the team's all-time greats, according to the organization, itself?

Here are the names that have been inducted into the young Jacksonville Ring of Honor, dubbed "The Pride of the Jaguars."



Year Inducted

Tony Boselli



Wayne and Delores Weaver



Fred Taylor



Mark Brunell



Jimmy Smith



Tom Coughlin

Head Coach


What recent or current Jaguars could end up making it into the Pride of the Jaguars?

Maurice Jones-Drew, RB

It feels like it's only a matter of time before the franchise's second-leading rusher of all time gets in. Maurice Jones-Drew rushed for over 8,000 yards and scored 68 times on the ground, with another 11 touchdowns through the air. And, he's also been voted as the fourth-best player in Jaguars history, so he's got that going for his case.

Jalen Ramsey, CB

In three and a half seasons, Ramsey tallied 45 pass breakups, nine interceptions, two Pro Bowls, and an All-Pro selection.

Trevor Lawrence, QB

The team's franchise quarterback and highest-paid player in team history will likely find his name in this circle, eventually. As a former no. 1 overall pick, Trevor Lawrence's career destiny is to earn more than just a spot in the Pride of the Jaguars.

Josh Allen, OLB

As one of the best pass rushers in team history, Josh Allen will make it into this conversation, without a doubt. The Kentucky product burst onto the scene with 17.5 sacks in 2023.

Wild card names to watch for a future induction

Travis Etienne, RB

The former first-round pick out of Clemson is a multi-talented back who could soon find himself in the coveted group. Etienne began his career with back-to-back seasons with at least 1,400 yards from scrimmage.

Foyesade Oluokun, LB

Foyesade Oluokun is a consistent, league-leading tackler who, at times, has been the heart and soul of the defense, yet done so quietly.

Evan Engram, TE

The veteran tight end quickly became one of Trevor Lawrence's favorite targets in the passing game.

Calais Campbell, DT

He only spent three years with the Jaguars, but Calais Campbell earned Pro Bowl honors in each of them while coming home with an All Pro selection.