Between trading a former first-rounder and keeping four undrafted rookie free agents, the Jaguars made some eye-opening decisions in Saturday's final preseason roster cuts.
As it stands, Jacksonville's depth chart is overwhelmingly young. Of the 53 players listed only eight have celebrated a 30th birthday. Compared to the Minnesota Vikings and Washington Redskins, who each have 14 players in their thirties, the Jaguars look baby-faced.
The downside is a lack of long-tenured veterans. Almost half of Jacksonville's projected starters have three or fewer NFL seasons under their belts.
In grading the Jaguars it's important to have a sense of scale. To that end, you'll find an example of "grade-A" and "grade-F" depth at each position from other NFL teams' rosters.