Jacksonville Jaguars


Full NameJacksonville Jaguars

Nick NameJags


GroundTIAA Bank Field

Team Owner(s)Shahid Khan

Prominent PlayersTony Boselli, Jimmy Smith, Fred Taylor, Maurice Jones-Drew


The Jacksonville Jaguars are one of the youngest NFL franchises which joined the league as an expansion team along with the Carolina Panthers in 1995. The Jaguars initially competed in the AFC Central Division before being reorganized into the AFC South division of the NFL. As a starter in the NFL the Jacksonville Jaguars enjoyed initial success by making it to the NFL Playoffs in four consecutive seasons (after their first season). They even won two Divisional titles within the first five seasons in the NFL. The Jaguars’ first ever draft pick Tony Boselli went on to become the greatest Jaguars player to date. Along with quarterback Mark Brunell and wide receiver Jimmy Smith, the Jaguars enjoyed their most successful seasons in the NFL. The primary colors of the Jaguars are teal, black and gold. The team was initially established by Wayne Weaver in 1993. Pakistani-American business tycoon Shahid Khan purchased the Jaguars in 2011. The Jacksonville Jaguars are currently worth around $3.48 billion. The Jaguars share the fiercest NFL rivalry with their AFC South contemporaries, the Tennessee Titans, Houston Texans and the Indianapolis Colts.

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Jacksonville Jaguars Roster 2022-23

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3C.J. BeathardQB
16Trevor LawrenceQB
24Snoop ConnerRB
1Travis EtienneRB
22JaMycal HastyRB
39Jamal AgnewWR
11Marvin JonesWR
15Tim JonesWR
7Zay JonesWR
13Christian KirkWR
14Kendric PryorWR
Calvin RidleyWR
85Dan ArnoldTE
17Evan EngramTE
89Luke FarrellTE
84Chris ManhertzTE
79Luke FortnerC
72Walker LittleOT
74Cam RobinsonOT
75Jawaan TaylorOT
73Blake HanceOG
68Brandon ScherffOG
69Tyler ShatleyOG
70Cole Van LanenOG


94Foley FatukasiDE
96Adam GotsisDE
98Corey PetersDE
95Roy Robertson-HarrisDE
91Dawuane SmootDE
52DaVon HamiltonNT
41Josh AllenOLB
44Travon WalkerOLB
33Devin LloydILB
23Foye OluokunILB
45K'Lavon ChaissonLB
47De'Shaan DixonLB
57Caleb JohnsonLB
49Arden KeyLB
48Chad MumaLB
50Shaquille QuartermanLB
30Montaric BrownCB
32Tyson CampbellCB
6Chris ClaybrooksCB
37Tre HerndonCB
34Gregory JuniorCB
31Darious WilliamsCB
29Tevaughn CampbellDB
42Andrew WingardDB
20Daniel ThomasSAF
5Andre CiscoFS
2Rayshawn JenkinsSS

Jacksonville JaguarsRecord- Last 10 Years

SeasonDivision FinishRecordPlayoffs
20214th AFC South7-10-0Did Not Qualify
20204th AFC South5-11-0Did Not Qualify
20194th AFC South7-9-0Did Not Qualify
20184thAFC South6-10-0Did Not Qualify
20171st AFC South5-11-0Lost Conference Championship
20164th AFC South9-7-0Did Not Qualify
20153rd AFC South12-4-0Did Not Qualify
20143rd AFC South12-4-0Did Not Qualify
20133rd AFC South13-3-0Did Not Qualify
20124th AFC South13-3-0Did Not Qualify

Jacksonville Jaguars Championships

The Jacksonville Jaguars are yet to hit great heights when it comes to being a proper Championship contender. The Jaguars are one of the four NFL teams who have never made it to a Super Bowl yet. However, the Jaguars were the youngest expansion franchise to appear in a Conference Championship (in 1996). The Jacksonville Jaguars have won 3 Divisional titles but have not been able to make it to many playoffs after the 1990s. The Jaguars have made it to only 7 Playoff appearances to date. The closest the Jaguars came to a Super Bowl appearance was in the 2017 NFL Playoffs when they lost to the New England Patriots 24-20.

Popularly Asked Questions

Who is the Jacksonville Jaguars biggest rival?

The Tennessee Titans are the biggest rivals for the Jacksonville Jaguars. The rivalry stemmed as both the franchises competed in the AFC South division of the league. Historically the Titans currently hold the upperhand in the rivalry with a combined tally of 34-22 over the Jaguars.

Where is the Jacksonville Jaguars Home Stadium?

The current Jacksonville Jaguars home stadium is the TIAA Bank Field located in Central Jacksonville, Florida. The stadium initially opened as the Jacksonville Municipal Stadium in 1995. The stadium is located along the scenic St. Johns river. Apart from being the home of the Jacksonville Jaguars it is also the regular venue for the annual Florida-Georgia college football game. The stadium has also been named the Alltel Stadium and EverBank Field before being renamed as the TIAA Bank Field in 2018.

Why do the Jacksonville Jaguars always play in London?

The Jacksonville Jaguars signed a unique deal which will see them play one NFL game each year in the Wembley Stadium in London. The Jaguars will reap a significant amount of financial benefit from the deal. The Jaguars can earn around 40% more revenue than they do when games are played at the TIAA Bank Stadium. The NFL is also benefiting from this venture as it helps spread the game across borders.

What is the net worth of Jacksonville Jaguars’ owner Shahid Khan?

Shahid Rafiq Khan, the current owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars has a personal net worth of $9 billion. He acquired the Jacksonville Jaguars 2011 for $770 million. He also owns the English Premier League soccer team, Fulham F.C. which he bought for around £150–200 million. He primarily made his fortunes as the owner of Flex-N-Gate which is an automotive company in America.

Where can I stream Jacksonville Jaguars games?

You can stream any Jacksonville Jaguars game on the Jacksonville Jaguars app or the NFL Game Pass app. Jaguars games are also streamed on FOX Sports, or ESPN or CBS.

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