Jacksonville Jaguars

Jacksonville Jaguars


Pride of the Jaguars

The Jaguars unveiled their own "Ring of Honor" during the 2006 season at the New York Jets game on October 8th, 2006. A contest was held in July 2006 to name their club's hall of fame and "Pride of the Jaguars" was chosen with 36% of the vote. [ [http://jaguars.com/story/5282.asp jaguars.com > News > Press Release > 'Honor ring' named ] ] Former left tackle Tony Boselli was inducted. Team owner Wayne Weaver said that Boselli will be the only one enshrined in 2006 but "others will follow later. [ [http://www.jaguars.com/story/5067.asp jaguars.com > News > Jaguars News > Boselli first in ‘Ring’ ] ] " Weaver also said that recently retired wide receiver Jimmy Smith would probably be the second player to be inducted. [ [http://www.jaguars.com/story/5172.asp jaguars.com > News > Jaguars News > Last link says goodbye ] ]

Other notable alumni

* Akin Ayodele LB
* Bryan Barker P
* Steve Beuerlein QB
* Tony Boselli OT
* Tony Brackens DE
* Kyle Brady TE
* Mark Brunell QB
* Fernando Bryant CB
* Dom Capers DC
* Chris Claiborne LB
* Danny Clark LB
* Jason Craft CB
* Donovin Darius SS
* Sean Dawkins WR
* Jay Fiedler QB
* Chris Hanson P
* Kevin Hardy LB
* Mike Hollis K
* Desmond Howard WR/KR
* Deon Grant FS
* Dick Jauron DC
* John Jurkovic DT

* Sammy Knight S
* Jeff Lageman DE
* Carnell Lake S
* Byron Leftwich QB
* Keenan McCardell WR
* Natrone Means RB
* Keith Mitchell LB
* Pete Mitchell TE
* Hardy Nickerson LB
* Chris Palmer OC
* Seth Payne DT
* Bobby Petrino OC
* Andre Rison WR
* Leon Searcy RT
* Daimon Shelton FB
* Jimmy Smith WR
* James Stewart RB
* Marcus Stroud DT
* Gary Walker DT
* Renaldo Wynn DE

All-time first-round draft picks

Coaches of note

Head coaches

* Tom Coughlin (1995–2002)
* Jack Del Rio (2003–present)

Offensive Coordinators

* Kevin Gilbride (1995–1996)
* Chris Palmer (1997–1998)
* Bobby Petrino (2000–2001)
* Bill Musgrave (2003–2004)
* Carl Smith (2005–2006)
* Dirk Koetter (2007–present)

Defensive Coordinators

* Dick Jauron (1995–1998)
* Dom Capers (1999–2000)
* Gary Moeller (2001)
* John Pease (2002)
* Mike Smith (2003–2007)
* Gregg Williams (2008–present)

Current staff

Work in the community

The Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation was established in 1995, when the franchise deal was first announced. Since then, the Foundation has given over $6 million to area efforts in community improvement. In recent years, there has been increasing emphasis on youth programs, such as Honor Rows and Fresh Futures. The Jaguars also have a program called Playbooks, which is designed to help stop illiteracy.

Radio and television

Since the first 1995 season, the Jaguars' flagship radio station has been WOKV.

Since 2007, WOKV simulcasts on both AM 690 and on 106.5 FM. Brian Sexton, Sports Director for WAWS-TV & WTEV-TV, and a past contestant on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire", is the play-by-play announcer, Jeff Lageman is the color analyst, and WOKV's Sports Director Cole Pepper serves as the pre-game and post-game show host with former Oakland Raider Pete Banaszak serving as post-game analyst. During preseason games, telecasts not seen nationwide are on WTEV channel 47, the CBS affiliate. Since 2007, the announcers were Paul Burmeister and former Jaguars Left Tackle Tony Boselli.

Notes and references

External links

* [http://www.jaguars.com/ Official Jacksonville Jaguars web site]
* [http://www.ultimatejaguars.com/ Ultimate Jaguars]
* [http://www.jaguars.com/Foundation/ Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation]
* [http://jaguars.teamfanshop.com/ Official Jacksonville Jaguars store]

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