- Mike DiRocco, ESPN Jacksonville Jaguars reporter
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Jaguars released their unofficial depth chart in advance of Friday's preseason opener against Tampa Bay. Here is the two-deep along with some quick thoughts:
No surprise here. GM David Caldwell said Bortles would be the backup
They're the only fullbacks in camp.
Brown has been the most dependable receiver in camp.
Barden had three catches in the scrimmage and appears to be ahead of the rest of the group with Clay Harbor out with a calf injury
Joeckel has had a very good camp.
C: Mike Brewster and Luke Bowanko
Brewster has been the best center in camp.
Linder had been working with the first unit until he suffered a sprained foot last week.
RT: Austin Pasztor and Sam Young
GM David Caldwell is very high on Pasztor.
Both have had solid camps so far.
If Miller's surgically repaired shoulder holds up, he will make a big difference against the run.
DT: Sen'Derrick Marks and Ziggy Hood
Hood returns to his natural position after five years of playing outside in Pittsburgh
The Jags are hoping Clemons can return to double-digit sack totals.
Hayes on first and second down and Smith on third down and in nickel situations.
Stupar has gotten a lot of work in camp and has been solid.
This job belongs to Dekoda Watson (groin) whenever he gets back on the field.
Blackmon also will work inside.
Ball returned to practice today so how much he'll play this week is uncertain.
Jags eager to see if Cyprien is ready to take the next step.
Joe Young has gotten a lot of work with the second unit.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Jaguars released their unofficial depth chart in advance of Friday's preseason opener against Tampa Bay. Here is the two-deep along with some quick thoughts:OFFENSEQB: Chad Henne and Blake BortlesNo surprise here.