WR Rashad Greene 

Greene is entering his fourth season with the Jaguars and he has not been able to find consistent success on this team. The former 5th round pick back in 2015 was brought in to compete for the slot position and also as a return man. As of now his best season was his rookie year. During that season, he finished with 92 receiving yards to go with 2 receiving touchdowns. However, his best impact was on special teams. Greene totaled 301 return yards, averaging 16.7 yards a return to go with one touchdown. These aren’t eye-popping numbers, however during his rookie season, he showed a lot of promise. During the 2016 season, Greene’s play began to decline. He only mustered up 131 receiving yards and was continuously in-and-out the punt return lineup due to muffing punts. As for his 2017 year, Greene started the season out on injured reserved. Due to the transaction being made before the final cuts for the 53 man roster, Greene was not eligible to return to the roster during the 2017 season.

With so much young emerging talent and free agent pickups in the receiving core, it will be hard for Greene to make final cuts. The only way Greene makes the team will be because of injuries from other players in the lineup or if he has an amazing camp/pre-season.

CB Jalen Myrick

Jalen is entering his second season with the team and it may seem as a surprise for why he is on this list. Myrick was a 7th round pick brought in for special team purposes and for depth purposes. However, during the season Myrick was never able to showcase his 4.28 speed on special teams and got minimal playing time during games. The only memorable moment Myrick had was blocking an extra point during the 49ers game that former teammate Aaron Colvin later returned for a 2-point conversion. Other than that Myrick only had one pass deflection and got in at outside corner during the Bengals game after the AJ Green vs Jalen Ramsey battle.

Myrick has a legitimate chance of making the team. However with the signing of DJ Hayden, Don Carey, and UDFA Quentin Meeks, it will be a uphill battle.

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