The Jacksonville Jaguars are reshaping their roster with new players. This could mean the end of the line for veterans who are fighting for their spot on the team.
I was a bit surprised to see the Jacksonville Jaguars release quarterback Cody Kessler this past week, but it speaks to how the team wants it’s 2019 roster to look.
Kessler was less than spectacular as a part-time starter in an injury-riddled 5-11 season in 2018. Now that the Jaguars have released both quarterbacks from last season, this franchise really does start anew.
Nick Foles takes over under center, with three signal callers fighting for the right to be his back up.