Signed with Jacksonville: 1996
Years with team: Six
Stats with team: 499 receptions, 6,393 yards, 30 touchdowns
After a nondescript start to his career, Keenan McCardell burst on the scene in 1996, his first year with the Jaguars.
He caught 85 passes for 1,129 yards and three touchdowns in his inaugural season with Jacksonville and was named to a Pro Bowl for his efforts.
McCardell teamed up with Jimmy Smith to form one of the most formidable wide receiver duos in the NFL.
During his six-year run in Jacksonville, McCardell eclipsed the 80-catch plateau and the 1,000-yard mark four times.
The team allowed McCardell to walk and he found a home with Tampa Bay.
Although Jaguar fans were sad to see him go, fans of McCardell had to be happy that he got a ring with the Bucs in 2002 (It was actually his second ring because he was a member of the Washington Redskins in 1991, his rookie season. But he didn't play at all).
McCardell also made one more trip to the Pro Bowl in 2003, when he posted one of the best seasons of his career (84 receptions, 1,174 yards, eight touchdowns).
He played four more years after that (three with San Diego, one with Washington). He hasn't officially retired yet, but he hasn't played a game since 2007.