Undrafted free agents: Jason Myers, K; Craig Loston, S; Peyton Thompson, CB; Joe Banyard, RB; Nick Marshall, CB; Carson Tinker, LS; Thurston Armbrister, LB; Ryan Davis, DE; Tyler Shatley, G; Jermey Parnell, RT; Bryan Walters, WR; Nic Jacobs, TE; Allen Hurns, WR; Chris Clemons, DE; Abry Jones, DT; Richard Ash, DT; Rasheed Bailey, WR; Rashad Lawrence, WR; Chris Reed, G; Rashaad Reynolds, CB; Jeff Tuel, QB
Starts: Armbrister (3), Parnell (12), Walters (1), Jacobs (2), Hurns (11), Clemons (8)
Highlights: Hurns has been one of the Jacksonville Jaguars' better offensive players since he signed as an undrafted free agent in 2014. He led the team with six TD catches last season, and this season, he is second with 48 catches for 758 yards and seven TDs. He has played almost the entire season with a sports hernia but missed last week’s game with a concussion. It was the first game he has missed in his career. Receivers coach Jerry Sullivan lauds Hurns' consistency, toughness and work ethic. ... The Jaguars signed Parnell to a five-year, $32 million contract in March to be the starting right tackle, and he has been an upgrade at the position after playing in a reserve role with Dallas. Parnell played only one year of football at Ole Miss and is still relatively inexperienced (19 starts in five seasons). The Jaguars believe his best football is ahead of him. ... Walters (32 catches for 368 yards) has been a reliable No. 3 receiver who stepped up when Marqise Lee and Julius Thomas were not doing much. ... Myers has been solid as a field goal kicker (22-for-26, including a game-winning 53-yarder), though he did miss two potential game-winning field goal attempts against Indianapolis. He has missed an NFL-high six PATs.