Jacksonville Jaguars: Early 53-man roster and depth chart prediction

Gardner Minshew, Jacksonville Jaguars (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)
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Jacksonville Jaguars offensive line
Jacksonville Jaguars offensive line (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images) /

Offensive line (9, 27/53)


  • 1. Cam Robinson (LT)
  • 2. Jawaan Taylor (RT)
  • 3. Will Richardson
  • 4. Ryan Pope


  • 1. Andrew Norwell (LG)
  • 2. A.J. Cann (RG)
  • 3. Ben Bartch


  • 1. Brandon Linder
  • 2. Tyler Shatley

The Jacksonville Jaguars offensive line should look the same as it did in 2019 and that isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

In 2019, Cam Robinson was coming off of a significant knee injury and the rust showed. However, he did have moments that point to why he was a top-40 pick back in 2018 and a full year of health should show dividends on the field in 2020.

Jawaan Taylor is the unquestioned starter at right tackle after a solid rookie campaign and fans should look for him to take a step forward this season.

The interior is where things could get interesting. While Brandon Linder is the least of the team’s worries at center, both of the Jaguars’ starting guards could be on the hot seat.

In 2018, the Jacksonville Jaguars made Andrew Norwell the highest-paid guard in football but he disappointed in his first two seasons in Duval. The right side was even worse, as A.J. Cann was easily the team’s weakest link on the line.

After drafting Ben Bartch in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Jaguars may have themselves an insurance policy at guard if there are no improvements.

Will Richardson spent the 2019 season filling in at tackle and guard when needed but is now set to backup Robinson at left tackle.

Tyler Shatley has been with the Jags since 2014 and has proven to add nice depth to the interior of the offensive line, while Ryan Pope could hang on to a roster spot given the injury history of both starting tackles.